Austin Music Festival No. 3: Pachanga!

Pachanga Latino Music Festival announces its initial line-up

Austin Music Festival No. 3: Pachanga!

Austin music festival Numero Uno, South by Southwest, presently hammers everyone locally, party hosts readying the siege. Once that blows over, the Old Settler's Music Festival rolls in Apr. 19-22. Now comes the initial line-up for Fiesta Gardens' annual Pachanga Latino Music Festival, May 11-12.

Early bird tickets go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday, Mar. 6, 10am, at the Pachanga website. Friday headliner, Puerto Rican powerhouse Calle 13, constitutes quite the coup for the DIY local music gathering, then Saturday breaks open with a goodly portion of the following:

Alejandro Escovedo (Austin)
Ana Tijoux (Chile)
Brownout (Austin)
Chico Trujillo (Chile)
Forro in the Dark (Brazil/NYC)
Davíd Garza (Austin)
Girl in a Coma (San Antonio)
Gustavo Galindo (Los Angeles)
La Santa Cecelia (Los Angeles)
Los Lonely Boys (San Angelo)
Maneja Beto (Austin)
Outernational (New York)
Ruben Ramos & the Mexican Revolution (Austin)
Umano Ache (Laredo)

Yes, niños y niñas, the year in Austin music has only just begun. Pace yourselves.

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Pachanga Latino Music Festival 2012, Calle 6, Alejandro Escovedo, Ana Tijoux, Brownout, Chico Trujillo, Forro in the Dark, Davíd Garza, Girl in a Coma, Gustavo Galindo, La Santa Cecelia, Los Lonely Boys

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