MXLAN to Celebrate Mexican Food and Music on Night 2

Mayor of McAllen, Javier Villalobos, celebrates the inauguration ceremony of the greatest festivities that unite the people of two nations. Also in attendance were President Annette Franz and Josh Mejia, President and CEO of the McAllen Chamber of Commerce. Photo Roberto Hugo González
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Annette Franz,
President of the McAllen Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors.
Photo Roberto Hugo González

On day two of MXLAN, the five-day summer art and music festival that celebrates young Latino culture, attendees can experience live murals, the groundbreaking music scene, an artisan mercado, a food festival and more Again.

Enjoy a night of Mexican-inspired cuisine with Sabor at Mexico Food Festival. The event kicks off tonight at 7:30 p.m. and features food from more than 12 local McAllen restaurants, including Palenque Grill, Villa del Mar, Yardhouse, Ana Liz Taqueria, Tingy and more. Tickets are $40 each and include food festival admission, unlimited tastings, plus three drinks or adult beverages and live music. Tickets are available at www.mxlan.com.

Josh Mejia,
President and CEO of the McAllen Chamber of Commerce.
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Tonight at the Revolutionary Stage, watch performances starting at 7:00 p.m. featuring DJ Queen Killahbee, Lost in Limbo, Victor Internet, Neon Indian DJ Set and Inner Wave.

Food and artisan vendors are available throughout the McAllen Convention Center and celebrate with a street parade that begins at 8:00 p.m.

MXLAN is presented by the McAllen Chamber of Commerce and sponsors include the Town of McAllen; McAllen International Airport; Boggus Ford; Addicted; and Tecate/Alb. Other sponsors include the South Texas Health System; College of South Texas; HEB; Ruby red hospitality.

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MXLAN. These are our roots, we are the flowers.

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