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Musica En La Calle

Hotel Havana’s eclectic spirit springs to life with Music en la Calle, a community favorite that brings block-party vibes to the River Walk. Essentially a free outdoor music series rounded out with vendors and pan-Latin fare and cocktails for purchase from onsite Ocho, the event’s fifth incarnation combines the South Texas talents of Austin-based Latina country singer-songwriter Amanda Cevallos and her band The High Hands, cumbia/hip-hop fusionist Juan Alfredo Rios (aka Chido Machine) and local 13-piece Latin indie orchestra Volcán. Convenient for holiday gift seekers, Music en la Calle comes complete with unique, handcrafted and artist-made wares from the likes of VeryThat (ceramic tiles, jewelry, totes and tees), Snake Hawk Press (prints, cards, T-shirts and stickers designed by local art star Cruz Ortiz), Grey Moon Vintage (retro apparel and accessories) and Feliz Modern (cheery housewares, decor and more).

  • Hotel Havana

    1015 Navarro, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 222-2008

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