People en Espanol will bring its “Festival” event—celebrating Hispanic entertainment, culture and community—to San Antonio, TX, on September 1 – 2, according to Monique Manso, Publisher of People en Espanol, and Julian Castro, the Mayor of San Antonio.

A weekend celebration of the hottest in Latino culture featuring concerts, celebrity appearances, family activities, workshops and more, People en Espanol’s Festival is an annual event that will relocate from New York City to San Antonio for the first time. Festival San Antonio will now become a destination weekend for all things celebrating Latino heritage and culture.

San Antonio’s Alamodome will host Festival’s evening concerts festivities from 8 p.m. – Midnight, on Saturday, September 1, and Sunday, September 2. The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center will be the host site for the free to the public day-time activities, including celebrity appearances and panel discussions. From 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on September 1 and 2, visitors to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center can expect to catch Q&A sessions with celebrities, hear tips from leading industry experts on topics ranging from fashion to wellness, receive samples from event sponsors, and enter-to-win contests. Guest appearances will include motivational speaker and People en Espanol columnist, Maria Marin, and People en Espanol Fashion and Beauty Director, Kika Rocha.

The complete Festival weekend is expected to bring tens of thousands of visitors to the city of San Antonio and its famed downtown River Walk area.

“People en Espanol is proud to partner with the City of San Antonio,” said Monique Manso, Publisher. “We have grown Festival from a one-day event in New York City to two full days of events and activities for the whole family. We believe that San Antonio is the perfect city to celebrate Hispanic heritage with its diverse culture and wonderful community.”

“People en Espanol’s Festival is an ideal opportunity to showcase San Antonio’s rich culture and vibrant community to a national and international audience,” said San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro. “Not only will the event have a positive impact on our economy, but it also provides an opportunity to further promote San Antonio as a destination for culture and major events.”

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