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Christmas in Mexico

If you are among the Christmas enthusiasts who are already decorating the Christmas trees, buying Christmas presents, and singing Christmas carols, then you should consider the Mexican Christmas Season as your new best friend. Mexico is known for family values and partying for anything and everything. Christmas is no exception. The Christmas season in Mexico

 
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Quinceañera and Mariachi

As many of you already know, the quinceañera is the biggest event for a young Latina/Hispanic girl, until her wedding day that is. Upon reaching the age of 15, a family will celebrate a young girls’ “coming of age,” allowing her to look, act, feel, and be treated like a fairy tale princess for an

 
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You Get What You Pay For!

Like any profession, Mariachi Alegre do Tucson is a business. We have bills to pay and families to feed, just like anyone else. This is why haggling can be damaging to our business. This is not to say we overcharge or anything, we just know what our time and quality is worth. Our rates for

 
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Mariachi Alegre de Tucson Reviews!

On Weddingwire.com, Mariachi Alegre de Tucson has received an average of 5.0/5.0 stars! The lowest scoring in any section was a 4.5, while still maintaining a 4.9 average for that customer. WeddingWire even awarded us the Couples Choice Award for 2013. Other sites boast high reviews for our groups as well, often with individual scored

 
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Dia de los Muertos: The Day of the Dead

Halloween for Americans is fast approaching. Dia de los Muertos is observed around the same time and is often compared to Halloween and related holidays. This day is a much bigger deal in Mexico than Halloween is in the States. The deep tradition include building private alters to honor the deceased with intricate designs of

 
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Mariachi: Not just for Quinceañeras anymore!

Picture a Mariachi band in your head. Close your eyes and let your brain recreate the scene where you first saw one perform. It was a joyous event with friends and family laughing and having a great time, I bet. This is what we strive for at Mariachi Alegre de Tucson. Our bands are guaranteed

 
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A Few Things that Mariachi Bands and Weddings Have in Common

Published on June 7, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

If 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.

 
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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

 
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Mark your Calendars for Up-Coming Events

There are so many dates coming up when you are going to wish you had remembered to book some music for your guests or audiences. Of course, there is U.S. Mothers’ Day and Mexican Mothers’ Day. Mexican Mothers’ Day is May 10 and the U.S. Mothers’ Day is May 11. In both cases, don’t you

 
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Allow us to Greet you with a Hardy “Bienvenido!”

We are the Mariachi Band of Tucson, Arizona! The Mariachi Alegre is composed of four musicians who love to play mariachi music. As you can imagine, there are many mariachi bands in Tucson. Our band, however, has taught most of the other groups here all there is to know about playing mariachi. That’s right, we

 
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