Creating an atmosphere to stir the passions, Mariachi Arraigo de America performs a free concert at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, at Allen Public Library. Mariachi Arraigo de America has made a major impact on the North Texas music scene, performing at Dallas City Hall for Día de los Muertos, Grapevine Main Street Festival and Six Flags over Texas.
For their Allen Library debut, bandleader Francisco Cuellar Mariachi indicates that Arraigo de America will perform arrangements from across different regions of the Southwest and Mexico, including Cielito Llindo, Mexico Lindo and Guantanamera
Hispanic and non-Hispanic fans embrace mariachi music as the happy music of the world. The nostalgia and history expressed through the mariachi tunes bring delight and pride to all listeners. Today, it is enjoyed across the world and by countless ethnicities.
This nine-piece band is comprised of a diverse group of instruments—guitars, trumpets, bass, violins.
Can’t be there in person? The program will also be streamed live on ACTV. Find viewing options at Watch ACTV or view online at ACTV.org or YouTube.com/AllenCityTV
The library is located at 300 N. Allen Dr. For more information, call 214-509-4911.