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Dia de Los Muertos- Let The Celebration Continue

A lot of people associate Dia De Los Muertos with Halloween– and they’re not wrong. The two do have similarities– but this special holiday continues for multiple days (like a lot of the big Mexican celebrations) and the celebrations are bigger and better. Not to mention this holiday focuses on more than dressing up sexy

 
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Mariachi Funeral Services: Reminders

This summer we focused a lot about Quinceañeras, weddings, reunions, baptisms, and holidays, but we’d like to take some time to remind all of our wonderful website guests and blog readers that our Mariachi services pair well with even the most somber of events. No one anticipates planning a funeral, but hiring us to perform

 
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Labor Day 2015: Mariachi Ideas

Labor Day is celebrated on September 7th this year, and it’s celebrated in honor of the American labor movement, showing how far we’ve come with labor laws, child labor laws, unions, and other labor-related movements. Enjoy this day with your friends and family if you’re lucky enough to have the day off! Some places of

 
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Reuniones Made Better with Mariachi!

Summer is the perfect time for family reunions, friend reunions, and class reunions. So, let’s start planning. Make sure you hire the best Mariachi in town to provide fun, upbeat, cultural, and amazing live music with Mariachi Alegre de Tucson! The best reunion planning starts with figuring out how many guests will be there. Once

 
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Let’s Get Ready for Cinco de Mayo!

Cinco de Mayo is celebrated throughout the US, not just the Hispanic community. So this May 5th, let’s all remember what Cinco de Mayo means, and not just use it as an excuse to put on a sombrero, eat tacos, and drink tequila or Corona. So start cooking those tamales, bring out the decorations, and

 
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Graduation Day Is Coming!

From Kindergarten graduation all the way through Graduate school graduations are coming, so get ready for some crazy parties! No matter the graduation, it’s time to celebrate the only way we know how: Mariachi performances. Bring all friends and family to the celebration of your young one’s proof of knowledge. Have a party the day

 
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Mariachi Bands at Funerals

We’ve talked a few times here about hiring a Mariachi group for a funeral. We understand how hard it is to plan a funeral, whether a loved one just died or you’re making plans so your loved ones don’t have to when you pass. We want to encourage you to hire us for our funeral

 
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Tucson International Mariachi and Daniel Buckley!

The 2015 Tucson Mariachi Conference is coming up (April 8-11) where you can see mariachi performances and competitions, register for workshops, and more. Your beloved Mariachi Alegre De Tucson members were originally part of the Tucson International Mariachi group and helped being this beautiful form of music in conference form from San Antonio, Texas to

 
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New Year’s Celebrations in Mexico!

The New Year in Mexico is full of interesting rituals and traditions, from praying the rosary, attending mass, to making wish lists, there’s a way for everyone to celebrate the New Year! Ritualistic cleaning: To start the year off right and remove bad vibes, attracting great things, families in Mexico will clean their house thoroughly.

 
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More Mexican Christmas Traditions

We’ve talked about the overall happenings at Christmas in Mexico, but today we’ll talk about a few of the traditions and how you can incorporate that into your holiday celebrations to make the end of this year one to remember. Posada: Between December 16th and 24th, children often perform the 9 “Posada” processions. Posada comes

 
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