Échale Latino Music Estyles returns to Pearl on September 5th. Sponsored by Dos Equis, the free Labor Day event will showcase feel-good music and entertainment, a curated beer bar, delectable bites from Pearl restaurants, and live art installations, creating a weekend celebration that can’t be missed.
Kicking off the party at 12:30 p.m. is San Antonio-native Los Nahuatlatos who describes their music as a synthesis of traditional Latino styles. El Tule, an Austin-based Latin big band will keep the party going at 2:45 p.m. with Manolo Black DJing twice throughout the evening. At 5 p.m., Money Chicha will headline and close out the day, incorporating the psychedelic sounds of guitars, fuzz, and reverb with heavy percussion, cumbia rhythms and the melodies of Colombia and Peru.
The schedule is as follows:
o 12:30-2pm | Los Nahuatlatos
o 2-2:45pm | Manolo Black
o 2:45-4:15pm | El Tule
o 4:15-5pm | Manolo Black
o 5-6pm | Money Chicha
In addition to the music, Pearl restaurants Southerleigh, Botika, The Granary and Lick Honest Ice Creams will be offering their food for purchase at the one-day festival. Pearl Farmers Market favorite Ms. Chocolatier will also be selling delicious chocolates at the event. Beyond the bites and the beats, Échale will host unique local artisan vendors such as Very That, Las Ofrendas, Pedazos de Maria, BarbacoApparel, Sweet Craft Jewelry, artist Cruz Ortiz’s Snake Hawk Press, and more.