Texas grunge band Toadies, Chris Perez to play Fiesta music festival

In case you haven’t heard, the beloved Fiesta music festival known as La Semana Alegre is making a comeback this year, and now we know who will headline the stages. The Toadies, a Texas grunge band that soar to fame in the 90s, are coming back to San Antonio as one of the headliners of  La Semana Alegre along with some festival favorites, according to a news release from Hemisfair. 

The Toadies are the North Texas grunge band that most Texans know. Even if you don’t know the name, you definitely know the song “Possum Kingdom.” Search Toadies on Spotify and it’ll be the first song that comes up. They’re most recent contribution to the music was a cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone” for the Texas Wild album benefiting Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.

La Semana Alegre favorites, Legs Diamond and Joe King Carrasco, will also be taking to the stage for two-day music festival that kicks off on Thursday, April 25 at 5 p.m. and the continues through Friday, April 26, starting at noon. Other bands festivalgoers can expect to see include Grammy Award-winning Ozomatli, which plays a “groundbreaking fusion of Latin rhythms and hip-hop beats,” as well as local rock favorites Girl In A Coma, according to the news release.

The Red Pears will also be at the festival fresh off their 2024 Coachella appearance. Other bands taking the stage include Grupo METÁL featuring Chris Perez, Heartless Bastards, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Bombasta, Sun-Day, Sunny Sauceda, Nicky Diamonds, The Heroine and Garrett T. Capps & NASA Country. 

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