Bobby Pulido, Grupo Fantasma To Play Austin's Pachanga Fest
Grupo Fantasma Daniel Perlaky

The Pachanga Latino Music Festival, a Latin-themed music, cultural arts and food festival to be held at Austin's Fiesta Gardens May 21 and 22, revealed its lineup today (Apr. 7). Performers will include Tejano singer Bobby Pulido, Austin funk orchestra Grupo Fantasma featuring salsa star Larry Harlow, Colombian electro-tropical band Bomba Estéreo and San Antonio rockers Girl in a Coma.

The festival, now in its third year, is expanded to two days for the first time. The event will kick off on Friday evening, May 21, with one stage of music and food.

Returning on Saturday for a second year will be Niños Rock Pachanga, the interactive kids festival that will feature an Annie Ray photo booth, Latin-inspired crafts, and a kids stage with performances by Davíd Garza, Alejandro Vallejo and more.

Tickets are on sale at pachangafest.com and all Front Gate Tickets outlets, including frontgate.com. A portion of all proceeds will benefit the FuturoFund Austin, a philanthropic fund that distributes grants to causes serving the local community. Early bird pricing will be in place until April 20 with advance single general admission tickets available for $15.00 ($20.00 after April 20) and Friday and Saturday VIP tickets for $60 ($75.00 after April 20). Children under 12 are free when accompanied by a ticketed adult.

Here is the lineup for Pachanga:

Bobby Pulido (Edinburg, TX)
Grupo Fantasma w/ Larry Harlow (Austin, TX/New York, NY)
Bomba Estereo (Bogotá, Colombia)
Pacha Massive (New York, NY)
Tortilla Factory (Austin, TX)
Davíd Garza (Austin, TX)
Vallejo (Austin, TX)
Girl in a Coma (San Antonio, TX)
Hacienda (San Antonio, TX)
Brownout (Austin, TX)
Y La Orkestra (Tucson, AZ)
Pilar Diaz (Los Angeles, CA)
Bombasta (San Antonio, TX)
Amplified Heat (Austin, TX)
Carla Morrison (Tecate, Mexico)
Los Bandidos (Austin, TX)
DJ Dus (Corpus Christi, TX)
Piñata Protest (San Antonio, TX)
Mariachi Las Alteñas (San Antonio, TX)
Wille Alvarado (San Angelo, TX)
Brian Lopez (Tucson, AZ)
Making Movies (Kansas City, MO)
Vitera (Austin, TX)
24-7 (Victoria, TX)