The Magic is Back

Roadrunners

Red young

Maylee Thomas

María María

By Jesús Aguado

Texan Carrie Cameron keeps on working for those most in need. This year, the Magic Town Music Festival will not just take place at a magical venue, but it will also feature more than 70 musicians.

Festival Day
Sat, Mar 11, 12pm
Centro Cultural Santa María del Obraje
With ticket sales limited to 100 guests, it is always a sell-out!
VIP Area tickets are available for US$100/2,200 pesos.
General Admission Festival Tickets are US$25/550 pesos available until March 4
General Admission Festival Tickets on Festival Day: US$35/770 pesos

All the profits will go to the daycare center for single mothers, Casa de los Ángeles. Cameron told Atención that the festival has been reduced to just one day—and it will be held inside and outdoors at Centro Cultural Santa María del Obraje on Friday, March 11, from noon to 11pm.

Cameron commented that this year the Festival will feature 70 acts, and Magic Town is opening its doors to more Mexican bands from Celaya, México City, and Querétaro. There will be music on the street, parking will be available for the audience, and the chapel on the grounds will be open for visits.

Tickets are available at Galería Buena Vida on Aldama 42, US$25 in advance/35 at the door on the day of the event.

The Festival VIP party at Casa Linnea is already sold out. And the party open to the public will be at Cent’anni on calle Canal on Friday, March 10, at 7pm. María Sánchez will perform. This is a list of the performers: Pila Seca, Moda No, Lady Zen, Media Luna, The Maylee Thomas Band, Big Cat, featuring Malford Milligan, Dave Sebree, and Red Young, etc. For more information, go to www.magictownmusic.org

 

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