The 31st ANNUAL LOWRIDER FESTIVAL
LOWRIDERS, CLASSIC CARS, LIVE MUSIC, FOOD BOOTHS
SUNDAY APRIL 7, 2013
1800 FREDRICKSBURG RD
San Antonio---Centro Cultural Aztlan invites you to the 31st Annual Lowrider Festival on the grounds of Centro Aztlan. This year we bring the Lowrider show home to the Art Deco Building. The Lowrider culture begins at home; Centro Cultural Aztlan is proud to nurture and promote the next generation of Lowriders by developing the Low Rider Custom Bike competition. Our Lowrider Festival is a family focused event featuring local and regional competitors who creatively enhance their vehicles into incredible mobile works of art, elaborately detailed with murals that are personal reflections and expressions of each participant. Gleaming Chrome, hydraulics, and elegantly restored upholstery, are but a few of the custom enhanced features in these once factory-standard cars and trucks. All competitors will compete for cash prizes and trophies in over 40 different categories. Centro Cultural Aztlan is a non profit Cultural Arts organization founded in 1977 to preserve, develop and promote Chicano/Latino Arts and Culture.
Music is as much of the Lowrider Culture as are the vehicles and aficionados will not be disappointed by the smooth sounds of Bombasta, the sultry voice of Sabrina Beach; dance to the lively music of LizaYbarra; Ernie Garaby & Cats Don’t Sleep, Wilber Beasly, and Joe Jama & the Proof. Enjoy the Oldies but goodies as well as contemporary songs performed by these noted musicians.
Fajitas, Turkey legs, hamburgers, funnel cakes, sausage wraps are but few of the favorite festival foods available at the festival prepared by some of the most popular street vendors.
This year along with the Lowrider competition, the festival will feature Arts & Crafts by local artisans, and back by popular demand the Live Art Paint OFF!
GENERAL ADMISSION $ 7.OO CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER ARE FREE!
All proceeds from this fundraising event will ensure the continuation and sustainability of our cultural activities and general operating fund. For additional information please contact us at 210 432-1896 $7.00 General Admission Children 12 and under are Free