Vegas Tejano Takeover 2024 Celebrates 20 Years of Music and Fun Next Summer

If you love Tejano music and culture, you won’t want to miss the 20th anniversary of Vegas Tejano Takeover, the biggest and longest-running Tejano festival in Las Vegas. This year’s festival will take place July 11-14, 2024.

Sarah Chavez, the founder of Vegas Tejano Takeover, says that the event is more than just a concert, it’s a celebration of Tejano heritage and community.

“Our Vegas Team is hard at work preparing for our historic 20th anniversary of Vegas Tejano Takeover,” Chavez said. “We have some amazing surprises in store for our loyal fans who have supported us for two decades.”

The festival will take place at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, the official hotel of the event. Chavez advises attendees to book their rooms as soon as possible, as they are limited to 1,000 rooms per night.

To book online now, click here. To book by phone, call Westgate Resort at 1-800-635-7711 between the hours of 6:00am to 11:00pm PST daily (Monday-Friday), and mention the Vegas Tejano Takeover code, SVTM4R. The discounted rate is $72 per night (Thursday/Sunday) and $104 per night (Friday and Saturday).

Vegas Tejano Takeover 2024

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The festival will feature some of the biggest names in Tejano music, as well as some rising stars. The talent line-up will be announced soon, but Chavez hints that there will be major acts performing on Thursday, July 11, and Sunday, July 14, as well as Friday and Saturday.

“We welcome your thoughts on preferred artists you would like us to consider,” Chavez added. “We want to make this festival the best one yet for our fans.”

For more information about the festival, visit the official website at You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates and news.

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the best of Tejano music and culture in Las Vegas. Join the Vegas Tejano Takeover and celebrate 20 years of history and fun!

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