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Occasions Mariachi Alegre de Tucson Won’t Like to be Left Out Of

There are many occasions to which you can invite Mariachi Alegre de Tucson to play for you and we would be glad to do that. First, we’ll look at the various occasions you can hire our services. In Mexico, when there is a celebration, it is called a Fiesta. Just like parties in the United

 
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Mexican Independence Day- Sept 16!

Happy Los Niños Héroes day, everyone. It’s now time to get ready for Mexican Independence Day! Mexican flags fly freely, festivals and parties are enjoyed by many, and the history of Mexico is remembered. Before Mexican Independence, Spain ruled over, limiting trade routes and appointing Spaniards to colonial posts in Mexico. Encouraged by the USA

 
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The Mexican Hat Dance!

The Mexican Hat Dance is well known throughout the world as the national folk song of Mexico. Most of the time when people are asked to name a song related to Mexico, this song is recalled (along with songs like “La Cucaracha”). Popularity of this song and dance came from Anna Pavlova from Russia. This

 
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Mariachi Funerals and Masses during the Summer – $180

Published on July 8, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

Summer is a time for vacations and fun; water play and picnics; parties and suntans. It is always a relief when school is out and a rigid schedule does not have to be kept. They don’t call them the hazy, crazy, lazy days of summer for no reason. Even though the summer months do bring

 
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Mariachi Alegre de Tucson and Seranatas

Seranatas may be one of the most romantic ideas you have ever heard. If you are a girl, you will probably agree that having a group of handsome men singing love songs to you and you alone, is just about as good as it gets.  In the old days a seranata, which is just the Spanish word

 
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Dia del Padre con Mariachi Alegre de Tucson

  This 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,

 
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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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A Mariachi Band Can Make Your Wedding Special

Published on May 30, 2014 by in Mariachi Band

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

 
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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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A Celebration of a Life Well-Lived

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

 
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