El Teatro Lincoln presenta:
Mariacahi y Bailadores
on Sunday, May 15th at 2:00pm
Mariachi Huenachi is a nationally award-winning high school band from Wenatchee that has played at Seattle Seahawks and Mariners games and shared the stage with the Grammy Award-winning Los Tigros del Norte. The group performs at the Lincoln Theatre in what promises to be a lively and inspiring show for the whole family.
Bailadores de Bronce
In 1972, a group of students at the University of Washington, led by Josefina Jaramillo Alvarez, united in a common goal to demonstrate their pride in their Mexican heritage through music and dance. They questioned the lack of a Mexican dance group at the UW. In many ways it was a product of the Civil Rights and Chicano movements.The dedication of the dancers is seen during performances in their intricate footwork and refined choreography. The richness of the culture can be seen in the beautiful costumes from the various regions of Mexico. The high energy and enthusiasm of the dancers transcends the stage and is felt by the audience at each performance. Bailadores de Bronce portrays the positive aspects of the Mexican culture in the broader community, breaking down cultural barriers and building bridges within the community.
Mariachi Mount Vernon
The Mount Vernon High School Mariachi Band, under the direction of Omar Ordonez and Jacob Scherr, will be representing our community in the day's activities. In just three years this dedicated group of students has developed into a wonderful unit. Come out and support this great local program!
Advance Festival Seating Tickets: $20 adults, $15 seniors & students, and $10 for children 12 and under. $5.00 Student/Child rush tickets available day-of-show!
Net proceeds from this event will be divided between the Lincoln and performers.