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Fredstock Music Festival

Each year, students and faculty of San Antonio College’s Music Business program put on the Fredstock Music Festival. Named after longtime program director Fred Weiss, the fest is part on-the-job training for students, part fundraiser and all fun. This year’s lineup is steeped in the traditions of the blues and roots rock, featuring performances from SA legends Los #3 Dinners, Jimmy Spacek and the Westside Horns, Ruben V, Granvil Poynter and more. The free event will also feature food trucks/booths and vendors of various types. This free event features popular local and regional talent, such as Jimmy Spacek, Ruben V., Los #3 Dinners, Eddie and The All Nighters, and Granvil Poynter.

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