This week brings the return of the Tejano Music Awards (TMA) Fan Fair, one of the most exciting events in San Antonio. Held at the Historic Market Square (it outgrew its first two locations, Sunset Station and Joe Freeman Coliseum), TMA Fan Fair features 125 live bands over four days, March 17–20, 2016, in what is considered to be the “Tejano Music Capital of the World.”
The 36th annual event, which is free and open to all ages, will showcase live Tejano music on multiple stages from artists including:
- Elida Reyna y Avante
- Shelly Lares
- Lucky Joe
- Hometown Boys
- Ricky Valenz
- Eddie Gonzalez
- Joe Bravo
- Ricardo Castillon y La Diferenzia
- La Calma
- David Marez
In addition, TMA Fan Fair provides Tejano lovers with the unique opportunity to get up close to their favorite artists during autograph sessions and performances. Participating artists in the meet and greets include Ram Herrera, Jonny Martinez, Cacy Savala, Beto Ramon, and Joe Posada.
More information is available on their website.
Living in San Antonio
Among the many other advantages of living in San Antonio is being able to enjoy the city’s many exciting events throughout the year. Buying a home in San Antonio also means living in one of the hottest cities in the nation. According to the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, “The housing market in San Antonio is thriving, with the number of homes and the cost to buy a home rising. Affordable new homes in San Antonio, like those built for Southside masterplan Mission del Lago, continue to attract buyers looking for the ideal combination of location, floorplan, amenties, and convenience. This 800-acre San Antonio golf course community is the fastest-selling community in all of San Antonio in its price category and one of the fastest growing across all price points.
Mission del Lago offers spacious single-family homes by D.R. Horton and Lennar, an array of community amenities, a convenient location close to downtown, and prices from the $160s.
The Southside is arguably the hottest part of the city, with several large employers including the San Antonio Toyota Plant; the mixed-use Brooks City Base taking shape; and the new Texas A&M University campus growing faster than expected. New Southside businesses and expansions, including FMC Technologies, the new two-story HEB supermarket, and the Greater Mission Recreational YMCA also continue to feed the revitalization.
For more information, visit Mission del Lago or click below to view move-in ready homes.