Los Angeles Fiesta Mariachis
Mariachi, Ethnic, Latin, Music of Latin America, Marimba, Mexican, Mexican Traditional Music
Trio: $495.00 for 1 hour and $200 per additional hour
(Except On Saturdays and Holidays prime time prices apply)
add $75/hour for each additional musician
Prime Time Pricing:
Trio prices $695 for 2 hours and $250 per additional hour
add $100/hour for each additional musician
solos and duo are available for smaller events, travel charges may apply outside of the LA Metro Area
The Los Angeles Fiesta Mariachi is available for all occasions, including but not limited to weddings, masses, birthdays, funerals, serenades, restaurants, and anniversaries. We are available throughout the greater Los Angeles County and beyond.
Los Angeles Fiesta Mariachi can be made up of 3 musicians for small events and range up to 8 musicians to provide your need and budget. We are also available with a live professional sound system so everyone at your event can enjoy our music.
Mariachi music has become the musical emblem of Mexico and the style is one of the most commonly known Latin American music.
Group leader, Rebecca Gonzales brings with her group of professionals an exciting vitality to any function. Classically trained in violin and voice at CSU San Jose, Rebecca was the first female to perform with a famous all-male mariachi group in the United States, Mariachi Los Camperos at La Fonda Restaurant in Los Angeles California. By special invitation, she sang for President Reagan and performed with Mariachi Cobre at Disneyworld's Epcot Center in Florida. Her singing, as permanent background is still enjoyed throughout the Mexican Pavilion. In 2004 Ms. Gonzales was inducted into the Tucson International Mariachi Conference Hall of Fame. She also teaches violin technique privately, and for the Palos Verdes Unified School District.
Juan Manuel Cortez is a professional arranger, composer and violinist who is internationally recognized for his arrangements and creative works. Educated at the National Conservatory of Music in Mexico City, Mr. Cortez articulates the passion of mariachi in his arrangements, compositions, teaching, directing and performance.