25 Oct Mariachi Herencia de México presents “Concierto Día de Muertos”
at Chicago’s Copernicus Center on October 30, 2021
Chicago’s very own, Mariachi Herencia de México returns to the stage for the group’s first live show in their hometown since the pandemic
Mariachi Herencia de México returns to the stage to perform a musical tribute to Mexico’s Day of the Dead on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 8:00 PM at Chicago’s Copernicus Center located at 5216 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60630.
Based in Chicago, this dynamic ensemble of young Mexican-American musicians keep the history of this festive folk style alive, while infusing the music with a modernistic approach. The Latin GRAMMY-nominated group of both female and male musicians performs masterful mariachi arrangements, with powerful vocals and exquisite harmonies.
“Concierto Día de Muertos” features a compilation of mariachi classics from the group’s latest album series titled “Esencia,” a tribute to the golden age of Mexican music. Mariachi Herencia de México will also perform traditional Day of the Dead songs, including “Paloma Negra,” “La Llorona,” and a special mariachi tribute to Disney’s Coco.
Tickets are on sale at the Copernicus Center Box Office by calling (773) 777-8898 or by visiting https://copernicuscenter.org/. General Admission tickets are available for $25 to $35. Masks are required for all patrons regardless of vaccination status.