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Mariachi at the Time of your Sorrow

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Yes, Mariachi is often the sound of gaiety, laughter, and dancing.  But for those of the Mexican culture, or for those who are drawn to the Mexican culture, the Mariachi band is a familiar and proper way to say “good-bye” to your loved one. Fortunately, there is Mariachi Alegre de Tucson*, led by George Bejarano to help you with your funeral, wake, or graveside services.

  Mariachi is a much expected and valuable addition to many Mexican cultural rites of passage.  The funeral is no different.  Trained in the services surrounding the death of a family member, the band is extremely sensitive to the needs and desires of its clients. The bereaved family can be certain that their wishes will be followed to a “t”, and that the addition of the mariachi music will be tasteful, respectful, and appropriate.

With sincerity and understanding, the musician’s leader will meet with the family to decide on song choices, on how the band will be integrated into the service, and to be of service themselves, in any way necessary. The Mariachi Alegre de Tucson is well-acquainted with playing for funeral services.  In the 40 years they have been together they have played for scores of funeral services.  They know the Mexican traditions, the Mexican culture, in general, and they know how to compassionately and sympathetically do their part to make their inclusion one that is meaningful.

There is a relatively standard set of songs that are played at funerals, in that way the set is quite similar to the music played for a mass.  Normally, songs that had a special or meaningful place in the deceased’s life are included.  Also included are songs that celebrate the life of the departed one, while still having the tone of the inevitable feelings of loss that are, undoubtedly in the hearts and minds of the family. Some standard songs from which the family can choose are: Amor Eterno, Un Dia a La Vez, Despedida con Mariachi, Te Vas Angel Mio, Cruz de Madera, Nadie Es Eterno, Adios a La Vida, La Barca de Oro, and Las Golondrinas.

We certainly want our clients to be aware of the pricing for our services, but we also want them to know that Mariachi Alegre de Tucson considers it a privilege to assist the family in the respectful farewell to their beloved.  We want to be a part of the service without distracting in any way.

Our pricing is as follows:

Masses and Burials in the Tucson Metropolitan Area – $450 for 2 hours

Masses and Burials Out of Town – $650 for 2 hours (minimum – 2 hours)

Thank you for considering us. We can be reached at 520-981-3459

* Mariachi Alegre de Tucson is also available to play at your upcoming weddings, birthday celebrations, family reunions, quinceneras, and serenatas**.

**Serenatas include 6 – 8 songs and the price is $235 if in the city of Tucson.

To be absolutely certain of booking us on the date you desire, be sure to call as soon as possible so that we can set aside the date and time of your event!

 
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Dia del Padre con Mariachi Alegre de Tucson

 

villa hermosa 81913This Sunday is Father’s Day.  A day to celebrate our fathers, living and those who have gone on before us.  The US version of Father’s Day is a happy celebration, and we Mexican-Americans have taken this day of celebrating our fathers into our hearts , as well.  There is a Dia del Padre in Mexico, but it is a little different.

For one thing, in Mexico, Father’s Day days has a more festival feel than it does here.

Also, the day is a time to honor fathers, but it includes honoring “father figures” who have had an impact on your life, like uncles, big brothers, grandfathers, stepfathers, and others.

Like in the US, fathers are given greeting cards and ties, but in Mexico City, every Father’s Day, there is a race called “Carrera Dia del Padre 21K Bosque de Tlalpan”.  It is a time for father and son to bond by spending the day outside and running a race together.

Of course, just like in the US , Father’s Day includes lots of good food. On the morning of the special day, an enormous meal is prepared made up of dad’s favorite food. And always, as with all celebrations worldwide, there is dessert.  In Mexico that would include Mexican chocolates,or  pan dulce, a sweet pastry with several wonderful toppings.

Family is very important to the people of Mexico, so most festival days are spent with the family.  The time spent together on Dia del Padre is used to honor the important men in each other’s lives.

The Mexican people have the best celebrations imaginable, and Father’s Day is no exception.  Make your celebration a good one, too.  Here are some traditional things to do for Dad in the US:

Sunday Brunch – Gather family and friends for bellinis, or champagne and orange juice and all the elegant “breakfast’y foods you can think of.  It can be a relaxing time to catch up with each other’s lives, relax, and give dad a day off.

Take a bike ride together as a family.  You’ll be getting some exercise and spending time together that is peaceful and fun.

Go on a picnic, maybe even in your own backyard.  Throw a blanket on the ground, have lemonade and sandwiches, and recline after you eat, for a short nap.

Get old mementos and picture albums out of the closet.  Sit together and take a walk down memory lane.  Get out the slides and videos, if you have some, pop some popcorn, and have fun.

Next year, one of the things your father would love is a surprise visit by a mariachi band.  That is something we love to do, c

me to your party to serenade the celebrant.

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Exprese su amor y gratitud con una serenata a su padre este dia de los padres (el dia 15 de junio) Serenata 6-8 canciones solo cuesta $235.‏

 

 

 
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A Few Things that Mariachi Bands and Weddings Have in Common

Published on June 7, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

Bride, Groom, Mariachi BandIf you have never thought of having a Mariachi Band for your wedding, you may want to rethink your wedding plans.  Music of any kind is always one of the most important layers of the wedding experience, but here is why Mariachi is very much like a wedding in the first place.

Mariachi has passion.  You don’t get the feeling that the Mariachi Band is just there because it’s their job they have been hired to do.  No, with a Mariachi Band, you get the feeling that this is the first wedding they have ever played, and that they’re playing as if the bride were part of their family.

Passion?  Weddings have plenty of passion.  Who can ever go to a wedding and not shed a tear, laugh hysterically; or dance as if no one is watching?  The answer is no one.  The love and connection at a wedding and reception are palpable.  Everyone feels like they are part of the bride and groom’s family, and everyone is there to share their love with the newly wed couple.

A good Mariachi Band can get a crowd going.  It’s hard not to get up and dance. or , at least, sway, once the band starts playing and singing.  The horns seem to be beckoning you to the floor and everyone wants to be part of the good time.

Hey, weddings do the same thing.  People who haven’t danced in years suddenly find themselves up on the dance floor, dancing like they’ve never danced before.  Shyness, tiredness, apathy, all leave.  The dance floor is the great equalizer.

Mariachi music is a traditional Mexican treasure.  In fact, the Mariachi was picked as a National Treasure by the Smithsonian Museum, because of the history it has had for Mexican-Americans and Americans alike.

Wedding ceremonies are a National Treasure, also.  Well, they haven’t been chosen by the Smithsonian for this honor, but the celebration surrounding weddings, in any country, is very special.  The happiness that radiates from all the activities surrounding a wedding day is contagious.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPGEVsoXaRg

When those who know Mariachi well listen to the familiar music, it brings back memories of other celebrations and festivities that they have been a part of in their lives.

Weddings, too, can make those in attendance remember their own weddings and the weddings of their loved ones. These happy recollections make the fiesta even sweeter, and, definitely encourage all the guests to come together to ensure that the bride and groom feel their support and love.

Mariachi Bands are “unplugged“, meaning that they do not use any electrical amplification.  Their music does not need amplification because it uses instruments that have the ability to carry their sounds clearly and for a long distance.  The voices of Mariachi singers are also strong and majestic.

If you really think of it, weddings are authentic, too.  They do not need a microphone when the couple is saying their vows.  They do not need a close-up video to see the bride and groom’s joy.  They don’t need special lighting to see the glow on the bride’s face.  Weddings, just like the Mariachi, need no amplification.

 
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Ten Reasons You Need a Mariachi Band at Your Wedding Reception

Published on May 31, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

The time is almost here.  It used to be that June weddings were all the rage, but now, all the warm weather months are fair game since it is so much easier to have a wedding, if you can have guests inside and outside for the ceremony and the reception.  So, let us tell you why a mariachi band is a great addition to a wedding.  And, by the way, those of you who are having July or August weddings still have time to sign us up for your special occasion.

1280px-Mexico_Showcase,_Epcot_(6068562614)1.  You may not have known this, but we are going to let you in on our little secret.  Mariachi bands can be very romantic, if you make sure that you have set up the venue and the timing to best showcase the band.  If you will, please picture the mariachi members dressed in their macho fitted suits with silver buttons gleaming.  Candles are lit, the light in the room is low, and, from out of nowhere comes the band playing the loveliest, most romantic, most heart-tugging love song in their repertoire.  As they begin to play, the bride and groom meet in the middle of the dance floor and begin to waltz while gazing into each others eyes.  Every lady in the audience will tear up and every camera will flash as guests take a picture of  this beautiful, heart-warming moment.

8476008_f4962.  Do you ever have that wedding nightmare in which all your guests are sitting at their respective tables at the reception and are beginning to looked bored?  We know!  What could be worse than bored guests?  The only way to stop this recurring nightmare is to make sure that you have reserved your mariachi band for the reception.  Sometimes the band leader can tell you about mariachi dance groups in the area.  If they have any contacts, a dancer or two is a great way to get folks up on the the dance floor.  Even without a dancer to prime the pump, once the mariachi music starts, it is the rare person who can resist the happy, enthusiastic  sound of the music played by a mariachi band.  It’s an instant party starter.

3.  If you have a lot of guests who don’t know each other, mariachi can be one of the best conversation starters ever.  The gaiety and happiness of the music and the friendly and out-going members of the band make people want to get to know each other.  Mariachi “breaks the ice“.

4.  Since a mariachi band is small and does not need any sort of amplification, the price for their services often comes in lower than the price for other entertainment groups.

5.   Weddings are fun for everyone, including kids.  You would be surprised at how quickly the children will hop onto the dance floor and join in the dancing.  It’s instinctive.  It’s organic.  They can’t help themselves.  They will be the life of the party.

6.  Mariachi bands, especially Mariachi Alegre de Tucson, can play just about any traditional and contemporary song that you throw at them.

7.  If you are having a seated dinner, the mariachi can stroll among the tables and serenade your guests, and you, as you all enjoy your meal together.

8.  A great idea is to have the mariachi band play while you are taking your church pictures.  Letting them warm up the guests and pass the time while you are being photographed seems like a win-win, don’t you think?  Margaritas included, of course.

9.  A mariachi band is fun.  It’s a no-brainer.  A mariachi band is just fun!

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10.  You have one of the best Mariachi bands in the country right here in your very own town.  They are Mariachi Alegre de Tucson, and they are experienced, responsible, talented, great showmen, authentic, and easy to contact.

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A Mariachi Band Can Make Your Wedding Special

Published on May 30, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

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Summer is the time for weddings, and, since summer is here, and you are planning a wedding, it’s time to finalize your arrangements and lock in the reservation dates for the elements that will make up your fabulous day.  By now, most brides have decided on their dresses and only have to verify that they have made their appointments for their final fitting. For you guys, who don’t have a clue about this, we will explain.  The bride wants to make sure that her dress is perfect for the day of the wedding.  If all the planning hustle and bustle has taken a few pounds off, she will need to have the dress “taken in” a little before walking down the aisle.  If she has gained a couple of pounds because of all the parties she has been thrown, she’ll have some adjustments made as well.

Then she will have to assure herself that the cake, flowers, tuxedos, party tent, catering , and music are all in place. Wait, music, what is she going to do about music at the reception?  After some thought, she will remember how much fun she had at her cousin’s wedding, and that it was all because they had a mariachi band for the reception. She thinks that may be just the ticket for her wedding day.

Maybe you want to know why the mariachi band was such a success at her cousin’s affair?  Well, here are five fun reasons:

1.  Sometimes a band that you think will be perfect for a wedding reception really isn’t.  Often couples opt for a D.J., which, of course, can be nice.  However, when it comes time for the bride and father to dance, most D.J.’s don’t have the right song to play, especially if you meet only one time with the D.J., on the day of the wedding.

2.  There are types of bands that are so loud they violate the venue-neighborhood noise ordinances.  Mariachi is nice and loud, but it is not, in any way, electronic, and the sound will not carry as far as a wired band.  Besides, if the beautiful tones of the mariachi do drift over into a neighbor’s yard, they will probably thank you, not report you!

3.  If you let your mom talk you in to her choice of a band, it will probably be a “big band” type of group.  This kind of music can be pretty, and fits into the formality of some weddings nicely.  The only problem is that you will be missing out on the “fun” factor.  When a mariachi band arrives, the “joint starts jumpin”.

4.  With some bands, it is possible they will not take special requests from the audience.  That’s not in the party spirit, now is it?  Once your guests get wound up, they are going to want to hear songs they have loved in the past.  Mariachi Alegre de Tucson is one mariachi band that can play almost any mariachi song that is requested.  Their repertoire includes thousands of songs.  That’s right, we said thousands.

5.  In some cases, a band that you book will play the songs you have asked them to play, and that’s  it.  This is not the case with Mariachi Alegre de Tucson.  Mariachi Alegre is in the business of “feeling the mood”.  They know when a love song is appropriate, they know when to play a lively dance tune, and they know when it’s time for the whole family to get on the dance floor and dance as a group.  How, you might ask?  They’ve been doing this a long time, that’s how.

Call  George Bejarano at  (520) 981-3459 today!

 

 
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A Few Things You may not have Known about the Mariachi

Published on May 17, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

Living in the U.S., many Americans do not know very much about Mariachi bands. Those who have heard the dramatic and emotional renderings of a Mariachi performance have often been moved to tears by the tenderness and authenticity of the performance. Here are a few things you may not have known about the music of the Mariachi in generalMariachi Alegre de Tucson, AZ, and tossed in will be a few facts about Mariachi Alegre de Tucson, as well.

Some may not have heard, but Mariachi Music has been singled out by the United Nations’ education and cultural organization, UNESCO, to be listed on the intangible cultural heritage list.

One of the most important functions of the Mariachi Band, at least in Mexico, is to serenade a gentleman’s sweetheart. In the Mexican culture, not so long ago, young men and women were usually kept apart from one another. The gentleman who wanted to court the lovely lady of his dreams, would hire the Mariachi singers to serenade his loved one, as a sort of musical love note.

When a young girl has her fifteenth birthday, she is thrown a Quinceanera party as a celebration of her step into womanhood. There are extravagant parties, plenty of food, gifts for the festejada and for all the guests, and the Mariachi Band. This is another great opportunity for serenading with beautiful songs about love, sadness, and, in general, songs that touch the heart. Mariachi Alegre de Tucson is always a good choice for a quinceanera party. Because their repertoire is so extensive, the party, which often goes on for hours, will never run out songs requested by the birthday girl, her friends, and the party’s guests.

Three-men mariachis, in Mexico City, can be found on Plaza Garibaldi, and in Guadalajara at Plaza de los Mariachis, and are ever present to be hired for serenading, especially on Mothers’ Day. Most citizens of Mexico also expect the presence of a Mariachi Band at any large party or event.

It’s a lot like that in Arizona, as well. Mariachi Alegre de Tucson is ready and willing to set aside a date for your next party, fiesta, wedding, mass, or quinceanera. Once you set the date, call (520) 981-3459, and George Bejarano will set aside the date, ask for any special instructions, and be there exactly when you have asked him to have the band at your event.

Just in case you are not familiar with the different terms used in the mariachi world, here is a brief primer:

Traje de Charro – the well-fitting suit with silver buttons, and embroidery, the soft tie, and the wide-brimmed sombrero.

Jarabe Tapatio – (Mexican Hat Dance), is the national folk dance.

Typical instruments used in mariachi are – violin, guitarrón (a large, deep-bodied, base guitar), guitarra de golpe (guitar with lower pitch than the vihuela), vihuela (guitar with six double strings), guitar, trumpet, and, occasionally, a harp.

 
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Graduation Party with a Mariachi Band

Published on May 12, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

mariachi alegre de tucson az 2013Graduation time is here. This is one of the most important events of a young person’s life. Walking up to get your diploma proves that you have studied hard; you have been a responsible student; and that you persevered to the very end. Whether your next step is going to college or getting a job, your graduation day is an important rite of passage and you should make the most of it.

Most families throw a celebration party for their graduate. If yours is not planning a party, you can be sure that after the ceremony, you will be invited to have supper with some friends, or invited to another graduate’s party. It’s always a good experience when you can be with your friends from school for the last time. Not the last time in your life, there will be reunions and Christmas parties after this, but this may be the last time you are all in one place until that first ten year reunion.

Whatever your plans are, your family, or your friends, would be smart to book a band before much longer. Around this time entertainment of all kinds gets booked, not only for graduations parties, but also for weddings and summer festivals. So, now is the time to get your act together.

What can you expect when you have a graduation party? There will be plenty of good food. There will be decorations of some kind. There will plenty of celebrating. There also needs to be music, and in this part of the world there is nothing more exciting; there is nothing more contagious; there is nothing that gets a crowd going more than a mariachi band. And, the best Mariachi band in Arizona is Mariachi Alegre de Tucson. Why, you might ask, is this the best band to enlist if you want to add excitement to your graduation party? Here’s why:

It is easy to get an idea of how good they are by listening to their music, or watching their videos. Mariachi Alegre de Tucson has both of these types of media on their website. They also have a listing of all the songs they know, Any song you may want to hear will probably be on their list.

If you want your friends and family to have a great time, mariachi bands are a no-brainer. Once the music begins, it is almost instantaneous…everyone will start dancing.

Being finished with school and having the whole summer, before beginning college or having to work, is a time that deserves serious celebration. Mariachi Alegre de Tucson can play a big part in making the party come to life.

One happy family started their graduation celebration with a nice supper and good conversation. When everyone was seated and getting to know the other folks at their table, a 6 piece mariachi band strolled in. And, if you have ever heard a mariachi band, you will know that the music they play is not soft and unobtrusive. Everyone had no choice but to stop, listen, and enjoy! And, enjoy they did! It was a wonderful surprise for the graduates, and a special treat for all the guests.

Give Mariachi Alegre de Tucson a call. Make your graduate remember his or her party forever.

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Ever Think of Having a “Cinco de Mayo” Wedding?

Published on May 10, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

Americans have adopted Cinco de Mayo from our Mexican friends across the border, and have made it into the U.S. version of a huge fiesta for the sake of a fiesta. Actually, as many already know, the holiday is a day for Mexicans to celebrate the Battle of Puebla. The battle occurred because Mexican soldiers were fighting against French troops for claim to the Puebla de Los Angeles. The Mexican troops were successful in seizing the city and the date of the victory was May 5, 1862, hence the name Cinco de Mayo.

Since the U.S. seems to love this holiday, perhaps there are brides who would like to duplicate this festivity in the theme of their weddings. Turning the whole affair into a festival might be just the ticket for some brides-to-be. Imagine having these sorts of additions to your wedding:

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Bright colored paper flowers would be perfect.

Mexican food is a must, and will be enjoyed by all.

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A cake in the shape of a cactus will be a scene-stealer. And, of course, the most important of all, mariachi Alegre de Tucson.

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Another idea that is very popular for today’s weddings is a photo booth. Imagine having props available to make the pictures more fun. You could include a photo booth that will delight your guests.

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All these touches will make for not only a beautiful wedding, but also a wedding you and your friends and family will always fondly remember.

When you include Mariachi Alegre de Tucson, you will be getting a band of great acclaim. They have even been invited abroad to share their authentic music with those who may have never been able to hear it, except for Mariachi Alegre de Tucson’s visit to their country.

As many of you already know, it is the business of a Mariachi Band to keep the party going. One of the trademarks of the mariachi is that they will take requests, and Mariachi Alegre de Tucson has hundreds of songs in their repertoire . Some of the most common wedding songs for the mariachi band are: Que Bonito Es Amar, Celito Lindo, La Bamba, La Paloma, El Balaju, La Varca De Oro, El Guaco, Thunderball, and La Adelita, to name but a very few.

And, something magical happens when the band begins to play. Mariachi will cause your guests to suddenly get out of their chairs and begin to dance. It never fails. They can’t help themselves. For most brides, the best part of the wedding is that her guests have a good time, that, along with wanting to be the prettiest girl at her own wedding. Well, it’s difficult not to have a great time at a wedding which includes the ingredients we have talked about.

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Mariachi Alegre de Tucson can play very festive songs, and get the room jumping. But, until you have heard the band play a beautiful Mexican love song, especially for the bride, you have never seen a bride and her mother cry such tender tears.

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A Celebration of a Life Well-Lived

Funeral services (Servicios de Funeral)Every culture has significant and unique rituals surrounding death and funerals. In Mexican communities, death is as important a stage in life as any other rite of passage we celebrate. This feeling goes as far back as to the Mayan and Aztec worlds. The casual and accepting attitude toward death is a part of being Mexican.

With the introduction of Catholicism, the old rituals combined with the church’s beliefs to form a deeply spiritual attitude toward death. One of the holidays that is celebrated by Mexicans and Mexican Americans alike is the Day of the Dead. Westerners sometimes do not understand this day of remembrance and mistake it for an irreverent celebration. This is far from what it is meant to be, which is a day to honor those who are deceased.The celebration includes decorated and doll-like skeletons that play instruments, dance, and sing. This celebration is an affirmation of an afterlife and a way to ease the grief that they have experienced.

Most Mexican Americans are Catholic, and a funeral is a sacred part of life. Many friends and family members attend and honor the deceased, assisted through the mass by the priest. If the family lives in a rural location, the funeral might take place in the home of a family member. Again, numbers of friends and family members come to pay their respects and strengthen their connection to all who attend. In such a setting, the casket might be placed on a table or might be placed beneath burning candles and herbs. If the family lives in town, the wake can take place at a mortuary. Either way, the ceremony ends with a church mass.

During the church mass, a mariachi band may play. This is a way to show respect and comfort the family of the deceased. Mariachi Alegre de Tucson follows in this tradition and is proud to offer this service to the family.It is with great care and much sympathy that they participate in this celebration of the beloved family member who has died. This has been a Mexican tradition for over 100 years.

The music of the mariachi band is one way to take away some of the pain and sorrow being experienced by the family. Mariachi Alegre de Tucson believes that their music also enables a connection between the older and younger generations. Many of the deceased are of the age to have been raised to the sounds of Mexican music. Mariachi Alegre hopes that their music is a demonstration to the young people attending the service that the life of the music, the spirit of the mariachi is a way in which the deceased can remain connected to his loved ones.

Other countries, Italy, for example, have similar customs. Can you remember the funeral ceremony in the film The Godfather? This is a tradition carried on today. Also, in New Orleans, many still have the jazz band playing sad music as the procession moves to the burial site. But, once the departed is interred, the band and family members dance to happy, even joyous music as they process away from the site. This represents the celebration that the deceased will have in heaven that very day.

Please contact us if you need our services in this way. It is a privilege to offer our music in this manner.

Mass (Misa) in town (en el pueblo): $225 hr (hora)

Mass (Misa) out of town (afuera) : $325 hr (hora)

We can offer reduced prices with mass and burial.

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What is a U.S. Fiesta Anyway?

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Let’s begin by saying that a U.S.Mexican fiesta has to have the following ingredients:

Lots of family and friends
Lots of friends of friends
Plenty of guacamole
Lots of tortillas
Don’t forget a big bowl of salsa
How about a make-your-own burrito table?
Margaritas for the adults
Horchata for the kids

Then, you’re going to need some activities, like:

Pinata
Dancing
Hot Chile Eating competition
Steal the Sombrero
Mexican Hat Dance

Color is a very important part of a Mexican fiesta. Bright, vivid paper flowers can be in an arrangement on the table or can be draped like a garland over the dancing area. All colors are allowed at a fiesta, there are no rules about color in Mexico.

And, last, but most certainly not least:

Music!

The Mariachi Band will be the absolute best part of the party. When the band starts playing, you can be sure that everyone is going to have a great time. The kids will start moving and dancing as soon as the first note is played. People in the audience will love asking the band to play a favorite tune of theirs. At last count, Mariachi Alegre de Tucson had over 2,000 song in their repertoire. In Mexico, the crowd will judge the group of players based on the number of songs the band knows. If you don’t know a high percentage of the songs requested, your band will not get good word-of-mouth compliments. Here’s the thing. Not only does Mariachi Alegre know lots of songs, they know songs that other mariachi bands don’t know. The members have been playing for many years, so they are familiar with older, less well-known songs, as well as the newer ones that most people have heard before.

The Mariachi alegre de Tucson is always punctual, professional, and polite. They will at all times be dressed appropriately, and at each fiesta they perform, they play like it is their very first performance. And, you know what? These guys can really get a party going.

If you’re looking for experience, you have come to the right place.
If you want true mariachi talent, they’ve got it.
If you want authentic Mexican tunes, they know them.
If you want a few American tunes thrown in, they can do that, too.
If you are looking for a great addition to your next fiesta, Mariachi Alegre de Tucson is the best addition you can find.

Mariachi Alegre has gotten so many good comments from their clients and so many excellent reviews from people who know what they are talking about that you might want to sign them up now for your party, because they get booked quickly this time of year.

Having a wedding?
Want a mariachi band at a special mass?
Looking for a fun way to celebrate a graduation?
What about surprising your mother on Mother’s Day?
How about all those folks who will be visiting you this summer? Don’t you want to throw a fiesta for them?

Call: George Bejarano
520-981-3459
Mariachi Alegre Tucson Arizona

 
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