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MSC Town Hall is Hosting Hispanic Heritage Festival

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at TAMU chapter.

College Station, Texas, September 23, 2023 – MSC Town Hall often hosts musical performances at Aggie Park.  This Tuesday, September 26th, MSC Town Hall will be hosting a Hispanic Heritage Festival in Aggie Park.  It will start at 5:30pm and go to 7:30 pm.

There will be performances by Agglieland Mariachi, Ballet Folklorico Celestial, and Flight by Nothing.  Aggieland Mariachi is set “to perform first for 15 minutes, followed by Ballet Folklorico for 15 minutes, then the Flight by Nothing band will play an 1 hour set,” states Hannah Morris, the MSC Town Hall Vice Chair.

@Agglieland Mariachi is a mariachi club at TAMU, also known as Mariachi Anillos de Oro.  @Ballet Folklorico Celestial is a dance group that performs “baile folklórico”, a traditional mexican style of dance.  And @Flight by Nothing is an indie rock band.  Hannah Morris says that all “three performances are ones” that MSC Town Hall “is really looking forward to.”  They are “excited to be able to present a diverse lineup to celebrate!”

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