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Lunada (night of the full moon) is a cultural event epitomizing the gatherings held for many years in small towns, or “pueblos pequeños,” in Mexico and other parts of Latin America. People come together to share music, lyrics, poetry, and stories, and it is a night full of magical involvement where families and friends enjoy the Latin American culture.

The evening will feature an outstanding performance of excellent compositions created with distinctive Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish influence. 

Lunada (night of the full moon) is a cultural event epitomizing the gatherings held for many years in small towns, or “pueblos pequeños,” in Mexico and other parts of Latin America. People come together to share music, lyrics, poetry, and stories, and it is a night full of magical involvement where families and friends enjoy the Latin American culture.

The evening will feature an outstanding performance of excellent compositions created with distinctive Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish influence.

Lunada (night of the full moon) is a cultural event epitomizing the gatherings held for many years in small towns, or “pueblos pequeños,” in Mexico and other parts of Latin America. People come together to share music, lyrics, poetry, and stories, and it is a night full of magical involvement where families and friends enjoy the Latin American culture.

The evening will feature an outstanding performance of excellent compositions created with distinctive Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish influence.

WHEN

WHERE

Miller Outdoor Theatre
6000 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston, TX 77030
http://milleroutdoortheatre.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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