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Patio Andaluz 2017 Reunion celebrates, with the oldest teenagers in San Antonio, a night to remember featuring an array of fabulous '60s performers from the internationally famous to San Antonio’s favorite. The event is set in an intimate setting with a traditional dance floor at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

For many San Antonio Mexican-American teens attending the original Patio Andaluz location was a social and cultural sanctuary from the late '50s to the mid-'70s. Back in the day, this was a meeting place for teens of diverse backgrounds to express their individuality. Patio Andaluz was considered the epicenter for dancing, dating and listening to the city’s original singers and musicians — sharing the homegrown vibe. San Antonio music ventured far beyond the city limits with acts like Doug Sahm, The Sunglows, The Commands, Barbara Lynn and more. While the physical landmark no longer stands the memories of young love stories live on.

Relive the “Westside Sound” of Patio Andaluz favorites: Monroe Powell and “his salute to” The Platters, Joe Bravo, Barbara Lynn, Johnny Hernandez, and many more.

Patio Andaluz 2017 Reunion celebrates, with the oldest teenagers in San Antonio, a night to remember featuring an array of fabulous '60s performers from the internationally famous to San Antonio’s favorite. The event is set in an intimate setting with a traditional dance floor at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

For many San Antonio Mexican-American teens attending the original Patio Andaluz location was a social and cultural sanctuary from the late '50s to the mid-'70s. Back in the day, this was a meeting place for teens of diverse backgrounds to express their individuality. Patio Andaluz was considered the epicenter for dancing, dating and listening to the city’s original singers and musicians — sharing the homegrown vibe. San Antonio music ventured far beyond the city limits with acts like Doug Sahm, The Sunglows, The Commands, Barbara Lynn and more. While the physical landmark no longer stands the memories of young love stories live on.

Relive the “Westside Sound” of Patio Andaluz favorites: Monroe Powell and “his salute to” The Platters, Joe Bravo, Barbara Lynn, Johnny Hernandez, and many more.

Patio Andaluz 2017 Reunion celebrates, with the oldest teenagers in San Antonio, a night to remember featuring an array of fabulous '60s performers from the internationally famous to San Antonio’s favorite. The event is set in an intimate setting with a traditional dance floor at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

For many San Antonio Mexican-American teens attending the original Patio Andaluz location was a social and cultural sanctuary from the late '50s to the mid-'70s. Back in the day, this was a meeting place for teens of diverse backgrounds to express their individuality. Patio Andaluz was considered the epicenter for dancing, dating and listening to the city’s original singers and musicians — sharing the homegrown vibe. San Antonio music ventured far beyond the city limits with acts like Doug Sahm, The Sunglows, The Commands, Barbara Lynn and more. While the physical landmark no longer stands the memories of young love stories live on.

Relive the “Westside Sound” of Patio Andaluz favorites: Monroe Powell and “his salute to” The Platters, Joe Bravo, Barbara Lynn, Johnny Hernandez, and many more.

WHEN

WHERE

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
100 Auditorium Cir.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.tobincenter.org/box-office/2017-03/patio-andaluz-reunion-tour-2017

TICKET INFO

$39.50-$84.50
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