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Be Part of History

Get set for the Latin Music Festival, September 18

Published on LatinoLA: August 2, 2004


Be Part of History


LATIN MUSIC FESTIVAL September 18, 2004 @ Arrowhead Credit Union Park in San Bernardino, CA. Doors open at 3 pm and the concert ends at 11 pm.
Festival web site: http://www.santospro.com or call, 909 653-7777.

This is a full-day festival with food, refreshments, concession stands; and music CDs/ Memorabilia vendors and concert with: MALO, featuring Jorge Santana; Chico/The Village Callers; The East LA Revue, featuring Mickey Lespron; Cauldron; and The Best of Everything. The event will be hosted by American Radio Network personality, Frankie Firme.

Two dance floors for everyone?s convenience and dancing pleasure. General admission is $25, and we have Special Seating admission of $40 available through Ticket Master. The special seating includes a padded seat, directly in front of the stage; a dance floor next to seating; beverage and refreshment servers to take your orders and deliver.

The Fender Center ? has donated a Fender Stratocaster ? guitar, which will be autographed by Jorge Santana and raffled at the festival. The winner need not be present and tickets at $2 each will be available during the event and at the Fender Center ?, Corona. All proceeds from this raffle will be donated to the Kids Rock Free ? organization at the Fender Center for the Performing Arts ?.

The area will be filled with excitement, as the San Bernardino Route 66 Celebration event will be in full swing, within a mile of the venue. An estimated 395,000 people are expected in the area during the celebration.

The Latin Music Festival is filming and recording the musical concert, for documentation purpose. Be part of history, as the original members of The Village Callers will perform their hits, including ?Hector? on stage for the first time in 35 years.

We will distribute 6,000 programs with advertisement, vendor locations, business card display, and information about the talent.

More information to come as the event is growing and preparing for
September 18, 2004 at The Latin Music Festival.






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