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Slideshow: Mala Luna 10/29

Photos by Ami Sarabia and Jerry Quijano

Mala Luna Music Festival kicked off its inaugural two-day festival at the historic Lone Star Brewery, located in Southtown near downtown San Antonio, Oct.29 and 30. Tickets sold out, resulting over in 30,000 people attending over the course of the weekend.

The festival organizers donated a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales to the Network for Young Artists, an after school music education program that offers classes in voice, guitar, piano, keyboard and dance for children ages 4-20.

The event featured live music performances, live art installations, local food vendors and merchants. Performers included Travis Scott, G-Eazy, Steve Aoki, Kehlani, Lil Yachty and more.

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Ami Sarabia
Ami Sarabia
Visual Editor
Amisarahi Sarabia uses her creativity and visual skills to create an engaging community news site for the A&M-San Antonio campus and surrounding communities. Ami previously reported for The Pulse at Palo Alto College and worked as a photographer at San Antonio's Tower of the Americas. In 2014, Ami started her own website “The Girl Is Poison” (http://thegirlispoison.com) dedicated to beauty, lifestyle and entertainment. Ami’s passions include photography, reading, blogging and listening to The Beatles.
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Jerry Quijano
Jerry Quijano
Visual Editor
Jerry Quijano's enthusiasm for storytelling earned him a spot to attend the 2016 Podcast Movement in Chicago where he received instruction on crafting audio stories. He was selected as an alternate for NPR's Next Generation public radio training. Jerry envisions working in public radio in a large market and would like to become a producer on WBEZ’s This American Life. He serves as assistant editor of The Mesquite and producer for "Magnified," a podcast production.
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