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11th Annual El Veterano Conjunto Festival moves to SA

Robbstown's annual conjunto festival honoring all Veterans in memory of Eligio Escobar, has been moved to San Antonio.

Presented by Linda Escobar featuring Chano Cadena Y Su Conjunto, Boni Mauricio Y Los Maximos, Los D-Boyz de Kingsville, Linda Escobar, Lobo IV, Los Arroyos

Del Rio, Los Padrinos, Mickey Y Los Carnales, Lazaro Perez Y Su Conjunto, Conjunto Temblor, Conjunto Siguele de John Saenz, Kailey Dodson y Su Conjunto.

The festival is scheduled at VFW Post 9186, San Antonio from noon- 11 p.m. Sunday, November 8.

Military Ceremonies by Brothers of Fallen Heroes. Tickets are $10 and BBQ Plates will be sold. All proceeds benefit the Veterano Scholarship Fund.

For details: Linda Escobar at (361-442-3962) or email: lindaescobar@ live.com 

 

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