FREE at Festival People en Español 2013
Before his perfomance at the Alamodome, everyone will be able to see Jencarlos Canela interview live at the Henry B. González Convention Center for free.
JANNEY 'CHIQUIS' MARÍN
Chiquis Marín will be our special guest during our Tribute to Jenni Rivera, La Diva de la Banda.
El Señor de los Cielos [Lord of the Sky], Rafael Amaya, will land at Festival People en Español to talk about his successful novela and his life beyond the cameras.
MARJORIE DE SOUSA
Marjourie de Sousa, the hottest and also very funny actress from Venezuela, will attend Festival to talk about her most popular shows like Perfume de Gardenia, Amores Verdaderos and more.
Myrka Dellanos is a cuban journalist who describes her self as a devoted mom and daughter, and Jesus-lover. She will arrive at Festival with a special proposition: a spiritual Sunday.
Bobby Pulido wants all his fans to have a chance to watch him perform. That's why, during the free activities at the Henry B. González Convention Center, he will sing some of his great hits before his night concert at the Alamodome.
Recognized as one of the most influential role models for today’s Hispanic woman, Cristina Saralegui will be at Festival People en Español with a very special topic: Latinos & Education.
This young actor and singer has grown a huge number of fans from his performance at the Disney Channel's show Shake It Up. He is also a Latin handsome!
Known as a latina empowerment guru, María Marín, will talk about Love. " Of all the topics in the world, love is the one that most concerns women. That is our weakest spot." She says.
Latinos in Sports. For this topic, Festival will count on Sergio "Maravilla" Martinez. This 38-year old Argentinian southpaw is rated, pound for pound, as one of the best boxers in the world.
People en Español colummnist, mental health counselor and early childhood expert. Jeannette Torres will be at Festival People en Español to debate over a vital topic for women: How to find the right balance between having a successful career and a family.
This Mexican-American boxer will jump on the Festival ring to talk about Women Breaking Barriers, as she is the first woman in U.S. history to win a medal in the sport of women’s Olympic boxing. She will share some of her experience as a Latina in a male-dominated field.
Five-time Latin Grammy award winner. This christian singer and author wants to bring more than just music and fun to Festival: “[I want] to be a light, an inspiration for people to look at God.” He said. Marcos Witt proposes a Sunday for the Soul.