SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio’s largest annual music festival has been canceled as COVID-19 numbers continue to skyrocket.
What You Need To Know
- Festival tweeted cancellation this week
- Usually hosts dozens of musical artists during 2-day event
- Has philanthropic partnership with local nonprofit
The festival announced via Twitter on Wednesday that the event would not be able to be carried out in October because of the “current situation."
The post advised people to stay safe and healthy.
Mala Luna Festival usually hosts dozens of musical artists in the field near Nelson Wolff Stadium during a two-day slate. Last year, the festival’s headliners included Russ and Miguel with other performances by YG, Summer Walker, Megan Thee Stallion and many more.
In San Antonio’s giving fashion, the festival has a philanthropic partnership with Miracle League of San Antonio and donates a portion of the proceeds to the local nonprofit organization.
The nonprofit provides children with mental and/or physical challenges an opportunity to play baseball as a team member in an organized league, but has canceled all games amid the pandemic.