As Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off, the Folly Theater is planning ahead to celebrate its final day with a mesmerizing performance by Mariachi Las Alteñas! On October 15th at 5 pm, this all-female mariachi group will take the stage at the historic Folly Theater in Kansas City, promising an unforgettable evening of music and culture.
Mariachi Las Alteñas: Breaking Barriers
Founded in 2002, Mariachi Las Alteñas hails from the heart of the Lone Star State, San Antonio, Texas. What sets them apart is their unique identity as an all-female mariachi ensemble. Breaking traditional gender barriers in the world of mariachi music, these talented women have proven time and again that their musical prowess knows no bounds.
The group is known for its impeccable musicianship, breathtaking vocal harmonies, and a repertoire that seamlessly blends traditional mariachi classics with contemporary tunes. Mariachi Las Alteñas have performed not only across the United States but also on the international stage, captivating audiences with their spellbinding melodies and heartwarming performances.
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s important to acknowledge the profound impact of mariachi music in preserving and promoting Hispanic traditions. Mariachi Las Alteñas embody this cultural heritage through their performances, keeping the spirit of mariachi alive and thriving for generations to come.
The Folly Theater: A Historic Gem
Located in the heart of downtown Kansas City, Missouri, the Folly Theater is an architectural marvel that has stood the test of time. Built in 1900, it has been a hub for artistic performances, including music, dance, and theater, for over a century. The Folly Theater’s ornate design and acoustics make it the perfect venue to experience the soul-stirring melodies of Mariachi Las Alteñas.
Celebrating the Final Day of Hispanic Heritage Month
On October 15th at 5 pm, the Folly Theater will come alive with the enchanting sounds of Mariachi Las Alteñas. This performance will be a fitting finale to a month-long celebration of Hispanic heritage, showcasing the diversity and richness of Hispanic culture. The concert promises to be a musical journey that transcends borders and brings people together through the universal language of music.
Thankfully to some fantastic sponsors of this event, the Folly Theater worked hard to make tickets as accessible as possible, with child/student tickets for $10, adult tickets for $25, and premium seating for those that want to be close to the action for $45! Secure your tickets now at FollyTheater.org.
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