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¡Soy Mexicano! Goes to San Antonio

This is a premiere performance of a new stage production for Mariachi. Join Art and Brenda and experience the music, dance and culture of Mexico through their young eyes. Production comes from Texas State University and includes performances from Mariachi Nueva Generacion, Mariachi Lince de Oro, Grupo Folkorico, Mia Gonzalez from San Marcos and San Antonio's very own Sebastien De La Cruz, Charro de Oro.

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  • Magik Theatre

    420 S Alamo St, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 227-2751

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