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MEGA Corazon 2020 Pandemic Proof and NOT Cancelled

In celebration of National Poetry Month, April’s episode of Hidden Histories will present Mega Corazón 2020, URBAN-15’s annual spoken word marathon featuring San Antonio’s premiere performance poets. Celebrating a hybrid San Antonio poetic tradition that combines street, classical, and slam performance styles, Mega Corazón is frontal, improvisational, at times painful, and often choreographed for a highly visual impact. This year’s Mega Corazón will take place on Monday, April 6th from 10am-1pm (youth focus) and again from 6-10pm (general audience. Mega Corazon can viewed for free online (urban15.org/live-stream).

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  • URBAN-15

    2500 S. Presa St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 736-1500

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