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Boots, trumpets, and hats: Let's celebrate Mariachi's Day!

By: Aline Rivas

There are no melodies that make hearts jump like those that sound with the trumpets, the guitars and the violins that form a Mariachi.

On January 21 is celebrated in Mexico Mariachi Day, recognized as Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

The Mariachi is a traditional music and a fundamental element of the Mexican culture through which values, heritage, history and different indigenous languages are transmitted.

Originally, these musicians played sones from the west of the country, but since the 1930s included in their repertoires huapangos, rancheras, corridos, syrups, minuets, polkas, walloons, chotis, waltzes, serenades and traditional songs of rural life.

Some of the most important mariachi composers have been José Alfredo Jiménez, Tomás Méndez, Rubén Fuentes, Gilberto Parra Paz, Manuel Esperón, Vicente Fernández and Juan Gabriel, and many others.

At Royal Solaris Los Cabos we love music composed by a Mariachi and therefore every Monday at 8:30 pm at the Tehuacán Theater we celebrate our Mexican Fiesta, where we have the presentation of a talented Mariachi that will liven up your night, besides On Wednesdays part of the musicians that make up the Mariachi is presented in our restaurant Panchos, adding a Mexican flavor to your dinners.

So if you want to enjoy a vacation with a very Mexican touch, we give you one more reason to stay with us.

Book today and get ready to enjoy the best vacation at Royal Solaris Los Cabos!


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