The Mariachi Festival in Juventino Rosas brings together 19 musical groups

  • Juventino Rosas is known as “Tierra de Mariachis”.
  • They hold an event implementing the sanitation and controlled capacity measures established by the Ministry of Health.

Juventino Rosas, Guanajuato, September 12, 2021. With the participation of 19 musical groups, the 8th was successfully carried out. Mariachi Festival 2021 in the main garden of the Juventino Rosas municipality.

Implementing the sanitation and controlled capacity measures established by the Ministry of Health, the municipality, through its Directorate of Economic Development, and with the support of the Secretariat of Tourism of Guanajuato, through the Directorate of Tourism Products, met the last Friday 10, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September, to mariachis, artisans and the gastronomic sector in this event that had the objective of reactivating the economy of the city.

Juventino Rosas, “Tierra de Mariachis”, has a record of 24 groups of this popular genre and the most famous musical tradition in Mexico.

During these 3 days, visitors from the state of Guanajuato sang at the top of their lungs Mexican songs played by: Mariachi Los Potrillos, by Tony Fuentes; Mariachi Los Conquistadores, by Victorio Vázquez; Mariachi Oro from Mexico; Mariachi Reyes Santa Cruz, by Israel Granjeno; Mariachi Voces de México; Mariachi Nuevo Santa Cruz; Mariachi Juvenil América; Mariachi Juvenil Lluvia de Estrellas; and Mariachi Real Juventino Rosas.

As well as Mariachi El Caporal, by Joel Guerrero; Mariachi Ases de Oro, by Lino Sánchez; Mariachi Lluvia de Estrellas; Mariachi Los Camperos, by Nati Cano; Mariachi Real Continental; Mariachi Azteca, by Juan Saucillo; Mariachi Siete Leguas; Mariachi Viva México, by Benito Montecillo; Mariachi Los Tapatíos; and Mariachi de América, by Jesús Rodríguez de Hijar.

This artistic activity was inherited by the internationally known composer, Juventino Rosas, said the municipal mayor, Serafin Prieto Álvarez.

The festival was enriched with the exhibition and sale of handicrafts such as silver, belts, copper, clothing, typical gastronomy, overflowing, woven bag, wooden toys, looms, made in the municipality of Juventino Rosas, San Miguel de Allende, Santiago Maravatío; as well as Tlaxcala and Michoacán.

Attendees also enjoyed gastronomy such as tacos, gorditas, wings, potatoes, hamburgers, pizzas, typical sweets, prepared drinks, seafood, casseroles, pozole, pambazos, enchiladas, flutes, jerky and infused.

In a 100% family atmosphere, the visit of people from Celaya, San Miguel de Allende, Villagrán, Cortázar, León and Dolores Hidalgo was registered.

Article: Soure