Herberger Theater Center and C.A.L.L.E. de Arizona Present First Annual Mariachi & Folklórico Festival on March 2, 2024

PHOENIX, February 19, 2024 – Get ready to ignite your excitement and experience the inauguration of a brand-new tradition! Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultural tapestry of Mexico through the exciting blend of music and dance. The first annual Phoenix Mariachi &
Folklórico Festival presented by C.A.L.L.E. de Arizona and the Herberger Theater Center is scheduled for Saturday, March 2, 2024.

Festivities kick off at 7 p.m. with headliners Mariachi Estrella de México, the dynamic band straight from the heart of Guadalajara, Jalisco. We will also hear from the incredible talent of Mariachi Sonido De Mexico. But that’s not all – we’re keeping the thrill alive with local talents like Olivia Calderon, Mariachi Rubor, and an array of performers yet to be unveiled, building anticipation for an extraordinary showcase.

Adding an electrifying touch to the festivities, the dazzling folklórico dancers from Ballet Folklórico Quetzalli-AZ will sweep you off your feet. A special Garibaldi Vendor Mercado will be held prior to the concert. Get ready for a celebration that’s not just about music and dance; it’s a joyous explosion of cultural richness and pure exhilaration!

There is a special VIP Reception starting at 5:00 p.m. featuring Tequila Herradura, live music with Dora Serrano and curated swag bags.

Tickets are $45, $65 and $85 for VIP. To purchase tickets, visit HerbergerTheater.org or call the Box Office at 602.252.8497.

Sponsors include Telemundo 39, Presna Arizona and Tequila Herradura.

About Herberger Theater Center
The Herberger Theater Center is Arizona’s center stage, engaging the community through diverse arts experiences that ignite emotion, stimulate conversation, and inspire connections with the arts. Built in 1989 to foster the growth of performing arts and revitalize downtown Phoenix, the Herberger Theater has celebrated the diverse, multicultural heritage of the Phoenix community with accessible performing arts experiences year after year. The Herberger Theater is home to three resident performing arts companies: Arizona Opera, Childsplay Theatre, and iTheatre Collaborative. The Herberger Theater also sustains several arts education and outreach programs that provide children and adults with a chance to experience the beauty and magic of live performing arts. Learn more at HerbergerTheater.org.

About C.A.L.L.E de Arizona
C.A.L.L.E de Arizona is a non-profit organization deeply committed to honoring and preserving the rich traditions of Mexican culture. Our mission goes beyond merely organizing Mariachi and Folklorico events; it’s about nurturing leadership skills among our youth and emphasizing the value of education. Through captivating artistic expressions, we create a profound appreciation for Mexico’s heritage and promote cultural pride. We bring communities together through joyful celebrations, forging connections, and enriching lives through shared experiences. As a cultural cornerstone, we instill a sense of belonging and unity, contributing to the vibrant tapestry of the Phoenix Valley community. For more information, visit calle-az.org.