Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán prepares nostalgic concert in León

Leon, Guanajuato.- Víctor Álvarez, main harp of Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, He spoke in an interview with AM about the presentation this May 13 at the Manuel Doblado Theater to celebrate 125 years of experience.

We are about to present ourselves at the Manuel Bent Theater, carrying all our music, waiting for this great reception, I think that before the pandemic began we did not go to León, ”he said by telephone.

Known as the best mariachi in Mexico, the ambassador of Mexican music, the mariachi will present the best of their repertoire, including songs by José Alfredo Jiménez, Juan Gabriel and their new single “Sin Ella.”

The mariachi will be in León. Photo: Special.

This tour has been presented in Guadalajara, Mérida, Cancún, Mexicali, Tijuana, Puebla, Xalapa, Aguascalientes, Querétaro, Toluca, soon León and Monterrey.

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We are celebrating 125 years of Mariachi Vargas, we come with this, with our second single that we released last year, this whole song called “Sin Ella”, and we are ready to give them a good show,” he reiterated.

For artists, representing Mexican music is a great responsibility that also fills them with emotion.

“It is a great responsibility and also a great emotion that all of us colleagues have to have that legacy and all this tradition, all this that comes from six generations,” he commented.

The mariachi promises two hours of great music. Photo: Special.

For this year, El Mariachi Vargas has several projects to develop, including a new single and a new 125th anniversary album.

“About collaborations, we have not had any approach, but we are open to collaborations; we are focused on launching the mariachi, and concentrated on sharing the best of our art”, he reiterated.

The mariachi will present the best of their repertoire. Photo: Special.

“We invite you this May 13 at the Manuel Doblado Theater, we are going to remember old times and we will have a very special night,” he concluded.

The cost to see them is from 1,680 pesos to 560 pesos.

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