Mariachi Group on Grafton Street, Procession down Walnut Street 1 day ago   04:44

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Derek Dodd
Summer 2012

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Tere Sasa
No....el vendedor...
German Guerrero
MAN... TODO BIEN, ASTA QUE SALIO ESTE GUEY... 😯yevelo yevelo!!!
Andrés Legorreta
Que no se les cruce el vendedor en plena canción! Domenlo un poco!
futbolfan37
Bara bara. Pensó que estaba en el metro insurgentes
Abigail’s
Viva Mexico 🇲🇽
Dana Gil
LLEVELO LLEVELO!!!!!!!!!!!
Xasthur
jajajajaja llevelo, llevelo!!! cabron el vato eh jajajjaa.
mr niceguy
bem
pythonetics1
Perfect street music at its best.
Christian Guijosa
Buen acento chilango, es un buen imitador de los vagoneros del metro de la ciudad de Mexico. Jajaja Que buen mariachi por cierto. 
efrain perez
estoy en Dublin donde se presentan?
Octavio Ayala
Llévelo!! Llévelo!!!
miguel kim
hubieran empezado con otra canción :/ con Son de la negra
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Procession down Walnut Street Mariachi Group on Grafton Street, 1 day ago   01:40

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The Mariachi play as they proceed down Walnut Street to the Main Stage, picking up more and more followers as they play.

ArtsFiesta is a celebration of Mexican culture, which for 2010 features an all-female Mariachi band, Mariachi Femenil Nuevo Tecalitlan, from Springfield's sister city of Tlaquepaque, Mexico.

Springfield Sister Cities Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people of the City of Springfield and people of similar cities in foreign nations acquire a consciousness of each other and to understand one another as individuals, as members of their community, and as part of our global community.

We Strive to:

Encourage peace through understanding
Welcome and embrace unity within diversity
Facilitate cultural, economic, technological, and informational exchanges
Transform distant locations into person to person relationships

To join, donate or learn more please visit PeaceThroughPeople.org