The Victoria Memorial Weekend Bash is coming to DeLeon Plaza in Downtown Victoria, Texas, on May 25 and 26. The event will feature more than 25 artists from the Tejano music scene and tons of other activities and events.
Some of the artists you can expect to see are AJ Castillo, Miklo, Magallie Montiel, and special guest DJ Johnny Chanklas. The Memorial Weekend Bash is truly a celebration of Mexican culture, with not just Mexican musicians but authentic cuisine from local restaurants and even an El Grito Contest hosted by the festival.
You can also check out the Super Car Show on Sunday or even enter your own classic car or truck. At the end of the show, winners of first, second, and third Best of Show will be announced and prizes awarded, so if you’ve got a classic car, call today!
Don’t forget about Gary Conrad, master hypnotist, who will also be featured at the Memorial Weekend Bash, along with other performers, artists, and artisans.
It costs just $10 for a one-day general admission ticket or $15 for both days. You can even get VIP passes, either the Platinum two-day for $75 or a one-day pass for $50, but there are only 100 of these tickets available, so get them while you still can!
Here at Atzenhoffer, we are excited for this annual event and hope to see you there.
While winter in Texas is never that bad, it is nice that spring has finally arrived. With the warmer outdoor temperatures, it is time to start checking things off of your to-do list. This includes taking care of your car. Here are five spring maintenance tips to get you started.
Check your tires. Give your tires a thorough inspection. This should include checking the tread depth, looking for uneven wear, and checking the air pressure.
Change your oil. Check your owner’s manual for the recommended maintenance schedule. If you are due for a change, give your car some fresh oil and a new filter.
Get new wiper blades. You should replace your windshield wiper blades every six to 12 months, especially if they are leaving streaks or stuttering across your window. Don’t forget the rear blade, if you have one.
Check your lights. Make sure all of your exterior lights are working and angled properly. When you can’t signal your intentions to other drivers, it could end badly.
Clean your car. Time to wash away with the winter. Start with the top and work your way down your car. Use a two-bucket method (one for soapy water, one for dirty water). Don’t forget to give the undercarriage a good rinse.