21st Annual Patagonia Mariachi Festival

Spice up your spring with the Mariachi Festival at Patagonia Lake State Park! Enjoy a wide variety of Southern Arizona Mariachi bands on stage and lots of fun family activities.

Activities will run all day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and will include Southern Arizona Mariachi bands and dancers, authentic Mexican food, hot dogs, kettle corn, shaved ice and roasted corn.

Visitors may bring their own picnic basket and kids can enjoy a piñata and face painting! And don’t forget to bring plenty of water, lawn chairs, sunscreen and a hat for those 90-degree days. 

Wine Tasting (Cata de Vinos)
The Mariachi Festival will also host a wine tasting area where you can sample a variety of special brews by local wineries, breweries and distilleries. Southern Arizona has quietly built a reputation for producing excellent wines, so come see what's pouring.

Parking (Estacionamiento)
Patagonia Lake State Park will have overflow parking available and a shuttle service to the event area. Visitors should arrive early for best parking.

General Information (Información)
Entry for the Mariachi Festival is $20 per vehicle of up to four adults (fee per additional adult is $3). The fee for walk-in visitors is $3. The Park entrance station opens at 7 a.m.


Mondays and Fridays through April
Bird Walk
Both novice and seasoned birders enjoy the variety of birds that visit and live in the southern Arizona foothills.


Saturdays & Sundays through April

Boat Tours

Experience a boat tour around Patagonia Lake! Discover the history, vegetation, and overwhelming beauty of the surrounding area.


May 18, 2019


Patagonia Lake State Park
400 Patagonia Lake Rd
Nogales, AZ 85621


9 am - 9 pm


$20/vehicle (up to 4 adults)

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