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Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Spanspek But Were Afraid To Ask


Alright folks, Spanspek is right around the corner.  And as you read this you may be asking yourself, "I don't know anything about this festival who's blog I just happen to be reading".  To that I say keep reading lost internet user!  The answers you seek are right before you!

So yes, this post is meant to answer any questions you may have about Spanspek!  If somethings been left out, no worries!  Just send us an e-mail at spanspek@hotmail.com or comment over at our Facebook page.  Thanks and have a good day and we'll see you on the 28th!

Basics:

Spanspek Music and Arts Festival
Friday, September 28th, 2012
Orosi Memorial Hall, 41645 Road 128, Orosi CA 93618
$5 / 5:30pm to 10:30pm / All ages
Facebook Event Page

Bands/Set-Times

6:00 – 6:35pm – Pro Wings (Main Stage)

6:35 – 7:10pm – Werebear (Floor Stage)

7:10 – 7:45pm – Sci-Fi Caper (Main Stage)
 
7:45 – 8:20pm – Basura (Floor Stage)

8:20 – 8:55pm – Collecto (Main Stage)

8:55 – 9:35pm – Achievement House (Floor Stage)

9:35 – 10:15pm - Sahab (Main Stage)

Artists

Barrio Art Collective
Mauro Carrera
Cecilia Carrillo
Christina Galang
Sergio Huerta
Pete Lugo (premiering an original work exclusively for the festival)
John Matcham
Katie Oros
Orosi High School Art Department
Printworks College of the Sequoias
April Ramos
Amie Rangel
Matthew Rangel
Jermz Woodard

Directions/Parking

From Visalia:

- Highway 63 North (will take you all the way to Orosi)
- Left at Miller Avenue. Venue will be on southwest corner. Unload on north side of venue, along Miller Avenue.

Google Directions: http://goo.gl/maps/Tqiq9

From Fresno:
- 99 South.
- Exit Mountain View Ave., turn left (will take you all the way to Orosi)
- Turn left at Road 128/Highway 63 North
- Left at Miller Avenue. Venue will be on southwest corner. Unload on north side of venue, along Miller Avenue.

Google Directions: http://goo.gl/maps/eQLUa

Parking is located across the street from the venue.

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