Photo courtesy of The Briscoe Western Art Museum

From the banks of the River Walk, guests can travel to Northern Mexico as they enjoy a night of music under the stars at the Briscoe’s “Sips and Sounds of the West” Norteño Night.

Celebrating all things vaquero in honor of Hispanic heritage and the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, "Vaqueros de la Cruz del Diablo: Contemporary Photography of the Northern Mexican Cowboy," the Briscoe’s Sips and Sounds series will spotlight Norteño music with band Los Callejeros De San Anto in the museum’s McNutt Sculpture Garden. This event is a night of music, drinks and tacos.

Launched by Pinata Protest frontman Alvaro Del Norte with bandmates Jose Morales on bajo sexton, bassist Richie Brown and Chris Ramirez on drums, Los Callejeros De San Anto blends well known influences of Conjunto and Norteño into the perfect Tex-Mex street band and is “abuela approved”. Each ticket includes two complimentary beer tickets. Food Truck fare is available for purchase from Dona Kika’s Tacos & Gorditas.

From the banks of the River Walk, guests can travel to Northern Mexico as they enjoy a night of music under the stars at the Briscoe’s “Sips and Sounds of the West” Norteño Night.

Celebrating all things vaquero in honor of Hispanic heritage and the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, "Vaqueros de la Cruz del Diablo: Contemporary Photography of the Northern Mexican Cowboy," the Briscoe’s Sips and Sounds series will spotlight Norteño music with band Los Callejeros De San Anto in the museum’s McNutt Sculpture Garden. This event is a night of music, drinks and tacos.

Launched by Pinata Protest frontman Alvaro Del Norte with bandmates Jose Morales on bajo sexton, bassist Richie Brown and Chris Ramirez on drums, Los Callejeros De San Anto blends well known influences of Conjunto and Norteño into the perfect Tex-Mex street band and is “abuela approved”. Each ticket includes two complimentary beer tickets. Food Truck fare is available for purchase from Dona Kika’s Tacos & Gorditas.

From the banks of the River Walk, guests can travel to Northern Mexico as they enjoy a night of music under the stars at the Briscoe’s “Sips and Sounds of the West” Norteño Night.

Celebrating all things vaquero in honor of Hispanic heritage and the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, "Vaqueros de la Cruz del Diablo: Contemporary Photography of the Northern Mexican Cowboy," the Briscoe’s Sips and Sounds series will spotlight Norteño music with band Los Callejeros De San Anto in the museum’s McNutt Sculpture Garden. This event is a night of music, drinks and tacos.

Launched by Pinata Protest frontman Alvaro Del Norte with bandmates Jose Morales on bajo sexton, bassist Richie Brown and Chris Ramirez on drums, Los Callejeros De San Anto blends well known influences of Conjunto and Norteño into the perfect Tex-Mex street band and is “abuela approved”. Each ticket includes two complimentary beer tickets. Food Truck fare is available for purchase from Dona Kika’s Tacos & Gorditas.

WHEN

WHERE

The Briscoe Western Art Museum
210 W. Market St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.briscoemuseum.org/music/

TICKET INFO

$15-$25
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