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West Side Oldies Dance Party

On Sunday, October 22, San Anto Cultural Arts will be hosting a Westside Oldies Dance Party featuring DJ Plata (Tucker’s Kozy Korner, Sexto Sol), plus The Frank Rodarte Band (Saxophonist in the Del Kings and Los Blues). The event will kick off fall programming for San Anto and raise additional funds needed to sustain many of the youth initiatives hosted by the organization throughout the year. One of the Westside’s crown jewels, San Anto Cultural Arts has been creating engaging and educational community programs since 1993. Founded by Manny Castillo, Cruz Ortiz, and Juan Miguel Ramos, the nonprofit continues to foster positive growth throughout the Westside including the creation and management of some of the city's most cherished murals. With so much emphasis on the Westside sound and Chicano oldies as of late, San Anto’s true roots oldies dance party will prove to be the real deal.

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