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Magic Springs presents first Hispanic headliner on September 6
Magic Springs presents first Hispanic headliner on September 6

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -  Magic Springs Water & Theme Park will present its first Hispanic headliner during a summer concert in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. On Sunday, September 6 the accordion musical act “Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon,” one the most popular norteño groups, is set to perform live at the Timberwood Amphitheater.

“We’re excited to present “Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon,” in addition to an opportunity for hundreds of families to explore all our water and theme park has to offer. We’ll have dancers, Mariachi Band and other special activities to kick-off Hispanic Heritage Month,” says Steve Honeycutt, General Manager of Magic Springs. “For one special price Arkansans and visitors can enjoy both parks and watch as the band transforms the stage into a grand fiesta in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.”

Magic Springs has set a special half-price admission fee on September 6, making the price for general admission $22.50 + tax.  Tickets can be purchased online at magicsprings.com or at the front ticket gate on the day of the event. Admission includes all day access to the amusement park rides and water attractions available between Magic Springs and Crystal Falls, in addition to the concert. “Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon” will perform at 8:00 p.m. and is included in the special ticket price. 

Magic Springs Water & Theme Park is located 1701 East Grand Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901. For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.MagicSprings.com.

A note about Norteño Music (from Wikipedia)

Norteño (Spanish pronunciation: [norˈteɲo], northern), also música norteña, is a genre of Mexican music related to polka and corridos. The accordion and the bajo sexto are norteño's most characteristic instruments. The genre is popular in both Mexico and the United States, especially among the Mexican and Mexican-American community, and it has become popular in many Latin American countries as far as Chile and Colombia. Though originating from rural areas, norteño is popular in urban as well as rural areas.