FESTIVAL PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL Presented by Target, a multi-faceted celebration of the best in Hispanic entertainment and culture, will once again take over San Antonio, Texas this Labor Day weekend: Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1. Two-night concert ticket packages, starting at $60.00, are available now through Ticketmaster.
A mix of live performances each evening at the Alamodome and free open-to-the-public daytime activities at The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, this year’s Festival PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL Presented by Target will be produced by the legendary, Grammy Award-winning, Cuban-American musician and producer, Emilio Estefan.
Festival PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL will include performances from a diverse mix of musical acts that represent popular Hispanic music. The 2013 Festival PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL line-up includes Mexican singer and international superstar Alejandro Fernandez; Award winning and chart topping Puerto Rican reggaeton duo, Wisin y Yandel; singer, songwriter and actress Demi Lovato; award-winning singer/songwriter JenCarlos Canela; Texas native Mexican-American Tejano musician Bobby Pullido; and Mexican singer Frankie J.
In addition, Festival PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL’s free, open-to-the-public daytime events offer a wide range of activities that celebrate the best of Latino culture and community. Additional musical performances; Q&A sessions, celebrity meet & greets; sessions with leading industry experts on topics ranging from fashion to wellness; and a sampling of favorite brands through special on-site consumer experiences round out the day time events at the convention center.
Night time performers Canela and Pudillo will serve double duty also appearing at the festival’s daytime events. Other participants include journalist and talk show host Cristina Saralegui; Mexican model, singer, actor Rafael Amaya; Venezuelan model and actress Marjorie de Sousa; actor, singer, rapper and dancer Adam Irigoyen, best known as Deuce Martinez on the Disney Channel original series “Shake It Up”; leading journalist and TV host Myrka Dellanos; motivational speaker, columnist, author and radio host Maria Marin; and celebrity trainer Jose Fernandez. Festival PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL daytime events are free of charge and tickets are not needed to attend.