Last Sound Cream Sunset Session Wraps Up 2018 with Bidi Bidi Bom Bom
Pearl is closing out the 2018 season with their last Sound Cream Sunset Sessions: People’s Choice with a Selena-inspired dance party.
WHAT: Sound Cream Sunset Session is wrapping up the 2018 season with a bang and a little bit of Bidi Bidi Bom Bom. On Wednesday, October 24, DJ Manolo Black, people’s choice as one of the most popular DJs at Sound Cream, will spin the best of Selena, cumbias & more in honor of the Queen of Tejano.
Sound Cream Sunset Sessions is a weekly dance party and DJ showcase, featuring every genre from Cuban salsa to House, mixed by locals and guest DJs from across the country. Trey Lopez, aka Manolo Black, is an Austin-based DJ and has been a member of Texas’ Latin-Tropical Bass collective Peligrosa since 2008, which has been featured on KLRU’s Arts in Context documentary series. Growing up in South Texas, he was exposed to all kinds of music and was fortunate to have had a record store called The Melody Shop in his hometown. He would make regular trips to this place with his family to purchase his own records ever since then he’s been digging and searching for music.
He is known for eclectic sets that and flow seamlessly from Cumbia, Caribbean, Brazilian and Afro-Latin vibes to heavy soul, hip hop and funk dance floor jams. He has shared the bill with artists such as Brownout, Los Masters Plus, Calle 13, Broken Social Scene, Quantic and Bebel Gilberto to name a few. On stage he has collaborated with DJ Mel, Adrian Quesada, John Speice (Brownout, Grupo Fantasma drummer and the legendary Nuyorican Poets Café.
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WHEN: Wednesday, October 24, 2018
5:30 to 9 p.m.
WHERE: Pearl Park
312 Pearl Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78215
Pearl, located north of downtown San Antonio, provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces, paseos riverside amphitheater, and the third campus of The Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future with LEED-certified complexes mixed with historic architecture.
The 22-acre Pearl site is home to The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio, the year-round Pearl Farmers Market, Hotel Emma and its restaurant Supper. Pearl restaurants include La Gloria by CIA graduate chef Johnny Hernandez; Nao Latin Gastro Bar, from The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio; Blue Box Bar; Botika; The Boiler House Texas Grill and Wine Garden; The Granary ‘Cue and Brew; Cured; Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery; Bakery Lorraine; Jazz, TX; Local Coffee; Larder; Sternewirth; Lick Honest Ice Creams; Green Vegetarian Cuisine; and High Street Wine Co. The Bottling Department, San Antonio’s first food hall, includes restaurants Bud’s Southern Rotisserie, Fletcher’s Hamburgers, Maybelle’s Donuts, Tenko Ramen, and The Good Kind.
Pearl is also known for its shops, including The Sporting District, The Twig Book Shop, The Tiny Finch, Adelante Boutique, Ten Thousand Villages, Curio, LeeLee Shoes, Dos Carolinas, Leighelena, Niche Boutique, The Synergy Studio, Bike World, and The Vintage Bouquet Bar.
Notable office tenants at Pearl include San Antonio Hispanic Chamber, Nature Conservancy, San Antonio Area Foundation, RBC Securities, The CE Group, Inc., WestEast Design Group, KGB Texas, and The San Antonio Business Journal. The Can Plant offers urban contemporary apartments with a place in history. The Cellars are luxury apartments offering hospitality and culinary excellence, extraordinary living spaces, concierge-curated services, and more. Event spaces include the historic Pearl Stable and the more contemporary Pearl Studio. For more information visit www.atpearl.com.