I’ve wanted to go to a Luis Miguel concert my whole life! I still remember his debut, I was about 7 years old and I couldn’t take my eyes off the TV screen. His songs have accompanied me throughout my life, he is just a couple of years older than I am and I have identified with his music every step of the way. Even though I haven’t had the chance to see him in person at a concert, I know almost every single one of his songs by memory and I own and cherish most of his CD’s. I know some day I will be able to sing and dance in the same room. I hope.
So I wish I were in San Antonio this weekend at the Festival People En Español Presented by Target, an event celebrating Hispanic entertainment, culture and community, including music performances by big names in Latino music including Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Tito “El Bambino,” Larry Hernandez, 3BallMTY, Banda Los Recoditos, and, of course, none other than my favorite, Luis Miguel!
In addition, Festival People En Español offers visitors two days of free, open to the public events including the opportunity to catch exclusive Q&A sessions with celebrities and telenovela stars, hear tips from leading industry experts on topics ranging from fashion to wellness, and interact with favorite brands. How cool is that?
If you are in or near San Antonio, go! It is this Saturday and Sunday, September 1 and 2. at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. You can also join in some more fun thanks to Mamiverse.com
Join Mamiverse.com for an exciting, weekend-long Twitter party celebration for a chance to win fabulous prizes including 16 concert tickets, $900 in Target gift cards and more: Here are the details:
- ‘Glamazon’ Twitter Party on Thursday 8/30 from 9-10pm EST on what it means to be beautiful (both inside and out) as women, Latinas, and moms.
- Virtual Make-Over ‘Salon’ on Saturday 9/1 from 3-4pm EST will mirror a ‘Beauty Day’ with your bestie, on-site make-up tips, techniques, etc.
- El Mundo Baila Twitter Party on Sunday 9/1 from 3-4pm EST will focus on the Latin music featured at the Festival including favorite songs, pictures of key moments in artists lives, etc.
Click here to RSVP for the twitter parties.
Follow the hashtag #TargetAtFestival and have fun!
Disclosure: This post is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Bloggers Connect. As always my comments and opinions are solely my own.