Living in El Paso you know mariachi music is a major thing, especially with Hispanic families. If you or your family enjoy listening and dancing to mariachi music then get your ears and feet ready.

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We all know how mariachi music is popular in El Paso and how much El Paso families love listening to it. After all, have you ever noticed at Hispanic families' get-togethers there is usually a mariachi band?

Get ready to tell your family and friends because you know this will definitely draw a crowd.

On Saturday, April 30, Ay Amor! will be a day of dancing and listening to a variety of mariachi groups.

There are different mariachi groups set to perform on Saturday, April 30, at Asacarate Park. You can expect to see Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan, Mariachi Los Camperos, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, Mariachi Los Arrieros, Ballet Folklórico Cuahutli, and Mariachi Tapatío.

Now you know some of your grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends will be doing the most common mariachi dance, zapateado. If you're a part of a Hispanic family then you should know mariachi music is vital.

All the fun will kick off at 4 pm which is also the time when the doors will open. If you would like to buy your tickets you can purchase them by clicking here.

If there is anything I love to hear by a mariachi band it is the Las Mañanitas song on birthdays. But I bet lots of families in the borderland are excited for this big mariachi fest going down this month.

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