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Monday, June 15, 2015

Coors Light Free Concert Series WIth Los Skarnales Postponed To June 23

Posted By on Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 12:29 PM

click to enlarge Houston's Los Skarnales headlines the second installment of the Current's Coors Light Free Concert Series on June 16. - COURTESY
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  • Houston's Los Skarnales headlines the second installment of the Current's Coors Light Free Concert Series on June 16.

Update: Tuesday, June 15, 2015, 10:15 a.m. 

Due to Tropical Storm Bill and the ongoing flash flood watched issued for South Central Texas, the Coors Light Free Concert has been postponed until June 23. 



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The San Antonio Current's Coors Light Free Concert Series returns for its second installment on Tuesday, June 16 at the Arneson River Theatre with a line-up headlined by Houston music mainstay Los Skarnales.

For over two decades, this bombastic Latin punk octet has entertained audiences with an eclectic mix of musical styles from ska to rockabilly to cumbia. Their latest EP, "Another Day, Another Borrachera," comes out later this month. 

Here's Los Skarnales' video for "Perdida," off their fourth studio album Dále Shine. 


Rounding out the line-up for Tuesday's Coors Light free concert is SA blues rock trio Slick Dickens and local rockabilly outfit Lucky Odds

The Current's summer Coors Light Free Concert Series continues through October with free outdoor shows at the Arneson River Theatre every third Tuesday of the month. There's free parking at all city-operated parking garages, parking lots and parking meters after 5 p.m., courtesy of Downtown Tuesday. 

Coors Light Free Concert Series feat. Los Skarnales, Slick Dickens and Lucky Odds

Free, 7pm, Tuesday, June 15, La Villita, 418 Villita St., (210) 207-8614


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