In 2019, the South Side of San Antonio will play host to the city’s first-ever country music festival. Kerrville’s JAM Broadcasting 103.7
The Buck is owned by a local family, and Justin McClure will serve as the evening’s emcee. The Texas Hill Country is covered by the company’s four stations.
The 22nd of October, all day, is the day for the event at Colt’s Sports Park, located at 11056 Applewhite Road.
Tickets can be purchased in advance from this link for $15, or at the door for $20. Those under the age of 12 get in for free.
There will also be food trucks, local artisans, and fun things to do. Please feel free to invite your loved ones.
San Antonio is one of the best places to find new country music artists because of the thriving scene in Texas and the surrounding states.
For a long time, San Antonio has held the title of “Tejano capital of the world,” and it has been host to countless festivals, concerts, and meetings dedicated to this musical style.
The San Antonio Country Music Festival was created to help unite the city’s country music scene, highlight local talent, and raise money for high school music programs.
This year, the festival is donating a portion of its revenues to the McCollum High School music department to help maintain excellent resources for the school’s music students.
About Mario Moreno Music
Mario Moreno, a country music singer/songwriter, grew up on the South Side of San Antonio and attended McCollum High School, graduating with the Class of 1996.
As the son of a famous singer, Mario Moreno Sr., Mario began his singing career at age 9. On the South Side of Chicago,
he was influenced by the music of George Strait, as well as that of Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, and Emilio Navaira, with whom he attended McCollum.
Since forming his band in 2010, he has played at venues across South Texas, such as the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and the Y100 Morning Show.
He recorded several of his own tunes since he was committed to his country music heritage and enjoyed writing music.
In addition to “Never to Be Found,” which reached No. 38 on the Texas Country Radio Music charts, Mario has recorded the original compositions “Set Me Free,” “One Last Take,” “It’s Your Love,” and “Just Friends.”
Mack Damon, who has won a Grammy, was responsible for recording and producing his latest hit, “Loving You,” at Stone Creek Sound Studios. You may get more current information by checking out TheActiveNews.Com.