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20220309 Mariachi Margaritas Concert 2 or 3Come enjoy the live outdoor concert with the Mariachi Margaritas at Quinta Mazatlán. Get a feel of South Texas and the Rio Grande Valley with the cultural sounds of mariachi music. The second concert of the Music in the Park 2022 series will feature traditional songs from the all-female mariachi group from Brownsville, the Mariachi Margaritas, on Thursday March 10th from 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Mariachi Margaritas has been captivating audiences around Texas and the U.S. performing for festivals, private parties, restaurants, concerts and more since their establishment in 2009. The all-female mariachi from the lower Rio Grande Valley is under the direction of Karina J. Vela and assistant director Avigai Gonzalez. The group consists of 11 talented members with over 50 years of combined musical experience. Mariachi Margaritas are not only professional musicians, but many are also licensed music educators. Music education is and will always be the core motivation for Mariachi Margaritas as they continue to grow as professional music educators and performers. Mariachi Margaritas continues to strive for success and opportunities, reaching beyond their musical talents to embrace their culture and bring the diversity and traditions of mariachi music to audiences everywhere.

Reserve your free tickets now at quintamazatlan.ticketleap.com. Please follow current COVID-19 Safety Guidelines while in park. For more information, contact Quinta Mazatlán at (956) 681-3370 and follow Quinta Mazatlán on social media.

“Music in the Park” has been made possible through generous support of the Rea Charitable Trust. Through their sponsorship, the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley and Quinta Mazatlán have partnered to establish this series of five music concerts, offered free of charge to the residents of the Rio Grande Valley in a beautiful outdoor venue. The musicians for this series are a combination of local artists from the RGV and non-local artists, in a variety of musical styles and crossovers including mariachi, country, jazz, electronic, and classical. During each concert, the artists will provide engaging information about each musical selection. Through this series, a combination of music and nature, “Music in the Park” provides a variety of live music concerts to RGV families at no charge, while helping to promote awareness of the environment in South Texas.

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