Destiny Navaira heads up at UTSA to bring Tejano music to a new generation

Destiny Navaira | Courtesy photo

Destiny Navaira will team up with her sisters of the Mu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma (SLG)for a Tejano Music Cultural event at the main campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio on Tuesday, April 4, 2023.

“I’m so excited and proud to announce this event with the Mu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma,” said Navaira. “As a sister of Sigma Lambda Gamma, I have the opportunity to work with these amazing women and bring Tejano music to a new generation!”

The event will feature a live music performance by Destiny y Remedio and La 45, a young Chicano band hoping to spread Tejano and Chicano culture to a new crowd. The free event will be hosted by Rueben Realtor, awarded Best Realtor by the San Antonio Current.

“Everyone always says there’s a gap between Tejano music and the young fans, so I figured I’d be proactive and do something about it myself,” said Navaira.

The Latin Grammy-nominated singer became a sister of SLG in the Spring of 2011 while attending the University of Texas at Austin.

“Being a Gamma is something so special,” added Navaira. “This sorority opened a lot of doors for me and I wanted to get involved post my time at the University”.

The event is open to the public in an effort to raise money for the Chapter and bring Tejano Music to San Antonio youth and a chance to support SLG with donations (via Cashapp: $UTSAGammas) at UTSA with food, drinks, raffles, and much more at the HEB Student Union Ballroom (1 UTSA Circle, San Antonio, Tx) from 6 – 9 pm.

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