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McAllen’s Sunset Live Returns October 13


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Sunset Live, October 13

Texas Border Business

McAllen, Texas – The Valley’s favorite outdoor concert series is back this October 13th!

The City of McAllen announced the twelfth season of Sunset Live which kicks off Saturday, Oct.13 at 6 pm at Oval Park just outside of the McAllen Convention Center. The series, which has hosted 33 concerts since the first season in 2013, is the leader in outdoor live music, with an average of 36,000 annual attendees to date and growing.

With about a dozen regional and national bands that range in style from Indie to Blues playing on one stage, Sunset Live packs plenty of entertainment in one season.

October Session Lineup

SEFO guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Madrid, Spain,

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SWELLS an electro-pop band from Austin, TX,

FEA a Chicana punk rock band out of San Antonio, TX

Linda Crystal McAllen native artist

Sunset Live is about a lot more than great live music. This concert series combines stellar music, outdoor activities, variety of food trucks, beverages, and local artisans, creating one of the most popular music gatherings in the Rio Grande Valley.

Upcoming 2018 Fall Season Dates:

  • Oct 13
  • Nov10
  • Dec 8

About Sunset Live:

Held every second Saturday of the month, with three concerts in the spring and three concerts in the fall, Sunset Live focuses on promoting the arts and giving up-and-coming artists and musicians a different type of exposure outside of the local bar scene.

Sunset Live has grown each year and become one of the most highly anticipated events all year.  Organizers are excited to have all of these unbelievable performances on tap and make this year’s season an unparalleled experience for music-lovers of all ages.

For more information on the full line-­up and concert series, visit www.mcallenconventioncenter.net or  www.facebook.com/SunsetLiveMcAllen

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