San Antonio brings the Mala Luna Music Festival to music-lovers everywhere
By Milissa Salas
While festivals can be a huge, crazy party with thousands of music-goers everywhere, they can also turn into a living nightmare of sweat,grime, and body odor. But the electric energy pulsating through the crowd makes it all worth it.
San Antonio welcomes its own type of ‘Coachella,’ the Mala Luna Music Festival, on the weekend of Oct. 29 and 30. It will be located at thehistoric Lone Star Brewery near downtown San Antonio. Festival hopefuls can buy a two-day general admission ticket for $119, Black MoonVIP ticket for $159 (includes VIP entrance, viewing area, bar, and bathroom), Harvest Moon VIP ticket for $179 (includes VIP entrance,viewing area, bar, bathroom, Mala Luna Hat, and Bandana), or a Fly Me to the Moon ticket for $399 (includes includes VIP entrance accessto side stage viewing deck, viewing area, exclusive super VIP bar, air conditioned trailer bathrooms, Mala Luna Hat, and bandana).
“I want it to be a cinematic memory,” senior Chris Salazar. “I’ll always have something fun I did my senior year.”
The EDM and Hip-Hop festival will be headlined by Kaskade, Travis Scott, G-Eazy, and Steve Aoki. Expect performances from Kevin Gates,Tory Lanez, Rae Sremmurd, Kehlani, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, Jacquees, G Herbo, Sango, Lunice, Kranium, Krill Sammy, Ivy, Vi$ion, Kywk,Greg G, Mitch Games, Phillip Wolf, Chloe Delgado and Chase Sauer.
“I hope to see Travis Scott gets lit in a tree because he did that and went insane at one of his concerts,” senior Marcus Diaz said.
For the music, food, and the possibility of getting lost into a sea of people, this is one event many people are looking forward to.
“It’s going to be so much fun and good vibes with my best friend with the memories and the experience of San Antonio’s first music festival,”senior Jacqueline Gutierrez said.
Attending a music festival allows people to make new friends, vibe to good music, and make long lasting memories.
“I just want to get lost in the sauce,” senior Chris Salazar said.