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La Vernia MusicFest Saturday in park

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The La Vernia Foundation for the Arts is excited to present the La Vernia Musicfest Saturday, April 14, from 3-10 p.m. at the La Vernia City Park on San Antonio Road.

Bring a friend to enjoy live music including genres of jazz, rhythm and blues, and crooners, plus gourmet food vendors, cooking demonstrations, and wine.

Tickets are $8 in advance, and are available at The Music Loft in La Vernia, and online at, or $10 at the door.

All proceeds will benefit music scholarships and future events. Sponsors can request more information at For more information, call Randy Leonard at 210-216-8218 or Brad Beck at 210-260-3171.

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