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Esperanza Peace and Justice Center presents Noche Azul: Nochebuena

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Photo courtesy of Azul Barrientos

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center presents the monthly Noche Azul concert, this time with the theme of Nochebuena.

The poinsettia flower, native to Mexico, is known as the Flor de Nochebuena or simply nochebuena. It was called cuetlaxochitl ("flower that withers") by Aztecs, for whom it symbolized the end of a cycle and new life.

Musicians George Prado and Aaron Prado will be accompanying Azul Barrientos.

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center presents the monthly Noche Azul concert, this time with the theme of Nochebuena.

The poinsettia flower, native to Mexico, is known as the Flor de Nochebuena or simply nochebuena. It was called cuetlaxochitl ("flower that withers") by Aztecs, for whom it symbolized the end of a cycle and new life.

Musicians George Prado and Aaron Prado will be accompanying Azul Barrientos.

WHEN

WHERE

Esperanza Peace & Justice Center
922 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA
https://www.facebook.com/events/1389754538290096/1389754551623428/

TICKET INFO

$7
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