Enjoy Free Live Music This Saturday at Hispanic Heritage Celebration in Downtown Arlington
By Levitt Pavilion Arlington
Posted on September 15, 2022, September 15, 2022


Hosted by the Mayor’s Latino Advisory Council, this first-ever Hispanic Heritage Celebration will feature an evening of free live music that kicks off with a mariachi band performance from Mariachi Perla de Mexico, followed by concerts by Conjunto Cats (at 5:30 p.m.), popular Fort Worth band Latin Express (7 p.m.) and headliner Sunny Sauceda, the Tejano Music Awards “Entertainer of the Year” artist from 2019 (8:30 p.m.). In other words, you’re going to want to wear comfortable shoes, because we know there’s going to be dancing!

This concert is free! Other event highlights include food truck cuisine and shopping from local vendors, all happening on the beautiful Levitt Pavilion lawn in Downtown Arlington. Please bring blankets and lawn chairs. You also can bring your own food and coolers with beverages, including alcohol, but no glass containers, please. Early arrival is encouraged, and parking is also free. Find out more when you visit levittarlington.org.

Sunny Sauceda

San Antonio native and accordion extraordinaire, Sunny Sauceda, began his musical career at the tender age of 5 when his first published song was released on Joey Records with his father’s group, Los Monarkas de Mario Alberto. With multi chart topping songs, music videos, live feeds, multiple awards, and successful tours Sauceda y Todo Eso have continued to provide high energy shows night after night and have maintained a large following on all their social media platforms with multiple videos going viral! In 2019 Sauceda was awarded Entertainer of the Year at the prestigious Tejano Music Awards. We are ready to dance the night away with Sunny at the Levitt Pavilion!

The Latin Express

Is a musical group based out of Fort Worth for over 20 years Established in 1975, the Latin Express continues to be a mainstay in the Dallas, Fort Worth Music scene. Not only well known for Tejano but also R&B Latin jazz, and Salsa. One of the main reasons for the group 5 longevity is the group’s dedication to tradition and musical values that are rarely seen today. For example, the group continues to perform with a full horn section comprised of trumpets, trombones, and saxophones. With a tight knit rhythm section of bass, guitar, drums, and keyboards. We are excited to have Latin Express back on the Levitt stage for our Hispanic Heritage Celebration!

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