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Banda El Recodo & Mariachi Vargas (Cancelled) - September 20, 2019

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Banda El Recodo & Mariachi Vargas (Cancelled)

September 20, 2019 at 8:00 PM

Don Haskins Center

OUT OF RESPECT FOR THE COMMUNITY AND THE VICTIMS OF RECENT VIOLENT INCIDENTS AEG AND VIVA TU MÚSICA HAVE DECIDED TO CANCEL THE ‘200 AÑOS DE MÚSICA MEXICANA’ CONCERT PLANNED FOR SEPTEMBER 20 IN EL PASO, TEXAS

AEG / VIVA Will Offer Refunds For All Tickets Purchased For This Cancelled Date

Los Angeles, CA. (September 3, 2019). Out of respect for the community and the victims of the events that shook the city of El Paso, Texas recently, and which directly affected the city’s Latino community, AEG and Viva Tu Música have the decided to cancel the “200 Años de Música Mexicana” concert that was originally planned to take place on September 20, 2019 at Don Haskins Center. AEG and VIVA believe that this is a time for unity and solidarity as the country grapples with alarming gun violence.

AEG will issue refunds for all tickets in the same way they were purchased. Fans can call 1 (800) 745-3000 or visit the Don Haskins Center’s box office.

The “200 Años de Música Mexicana” Tour, comprised of two of the most legendary bands in the history of Mexican music, Banda El Recodo and Mariachi Vargas de Tecatitlán, will continue with stops in Los Angeles & Chicago in October of this year.

The unprecedented tour takes its name from the time that together the two groups have remained relevant, present, and successful. Banda El Recodo recently celebrated its 80th anniversary, while the famed and mythical Mariachi Vargas de Tecatitlán was founded 120 years ago. Two centuries of tradition and talent that exalt the name of Mexico and its people will come together on the same stage to celebrate the best of Mexican culture across the American territory.

About Banda El Recodo:
Banda El Recodo was founded by Don Cruz Lizárraga in 1937 in Mazatlán, Sinaloa. Their music has reached six continents and they have performed in notable international events like the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Throughout its more than 80 years of musical history, the band has played alongside legendary figures such as José Alfredo Jiménez, Pedro Infante, Juan Gabriel, Lola Beltrán, Lucha Villa, Antonio Aguilar, among others. The group is also known as “The Mother of All Bands”, because it has been a pioneering force and has lead the way in the evolution of this style of Sinaloan music, becoming the most popular and respected band in the genre worldwide. In 2007 they became the first Regional Mexican band to play at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. They have released more than 200 albums, received tributes around the world, and won important accolades such as multiple awards at Premios Lo Nuestro, Billboard Latin Music Awards, and the Latin GRAMMYS, among many others.

Acerca de Mariachi Vargas de Tecatitlán:
Mariachi Vargas de Tecatitlán was founded in 1898 by maestro Gaspar Vargas López. The group is celebrating its 120th anniversary having one of the most important cultural legacies in Mexico and being an emblematic icon of Mexican musical history worldwide. Throughout its history, the mariachi band has performed in more than 40 countries and has collaborated with choirs, symphonic orchestras, dance companies and internationally renowned artists. Over the years, Mariachi Vargas has also played alongside figures such as Jorge Negrete, Pedro Vargas, Pedro Infante, Antonio Aguilar, Lola Beltrán, José Alfredo Jiménez, Juan Gabriel, Luis Miguel, Lucero, among others. Today, the group is under the artistic production and general direction of maestro Don Rubén Fuentes and the musical direction of maestro Carlos Martínez.

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