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Pachanga Festival showcases Latino talent across musical genres

By Nancy Flores - American-Statesman Staff



When it comes to showcasing the rich diversity within Latin music, the Pachanga Latino Music Festival offers something to please just about everyone’s ear, from hip-hop to cumbia.

The two-day festival, now in its sixth year, starts Friday night at Fiesta Gardens with headliners Intocable. Zapata-based Intocable has been successful in transitioning from Tejano music to Norteño and is now one of the biggest names in regional Mexican music, with multiple Grammy and Latin Grammys under its belt.

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