Fiesta! People En Espanol Festival Presented by Target

Some good friends of mine over at will be at People En Español Festival presented by Target. This is an event celebrating Hispanic entertainment, culture and community in San Antonio, Texas, on September 1-2, 2012.

The weekend includes performances by the biggest names in Latino music: Daddy Yankee, Luis Miguel, Prince Royce, Tito “El Bambino”, Larry Hernandez, 3BallMTY, and Banda Los Recoditos.
For more People en Español Festival information on Facebook 

I am so excited to see this line-up. Hands down, Prince Royce is my favorite from the line-up! The Bronx native has been writing music since he was 13. But Royce officially got his start in 2010 when “Stand By Me,” the first release off his self-titled album, hit the radio waves and quickly rose to the top of the charts. This is such a sweet video. 
I swoon over his smooth style and sensitive lyrics! 

If you can't make the concert it doesn’t mean you can't participate! There are several big Twitter Parties happening! For more information visit Facebook
  • ‘Glamazon’ Twitter Party on Thursday 8/30 at 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 at 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 at 3-4pm EST will focus on the Latin music featured at Festival, including favorite songs, pictures of key moments in artists lives, etc. 
Tweet and win fabulous prizes to include 16 concert tickets for the People en Español Music Festival in San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 1 and 2, $900 in Target gift cards and more. 

Make sure you use the hashtag #TargetatFestival - In addition to the giveaways the Tweep who tweets and RTs the most links on Mamiverse related to these Twitter parties and the People en Español Festival by the end of the week using this hashtag will receive a $100 Giftcard


*This is a sponsored post and was created in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect*