Nov 2nd

  • Hours11am-7pm
  • AdmissionAdults $15, Kids under 10 are FREE

When: Saturday, November 5th 11am to 7pm -gates open at 10am
Where: Warren Ballpark, Bisbee, Arizona
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased locally here at the shelter, at Jo’s Consignment, Bisbee Coffee, Bisbee Breakfast Club, Old Bisbee Brewery, Everhart Insurance, and Hitching Post or online at or
Adults: $15 Kids 10 and under are free
Vendors: Must submit an application. They can get an application by contacting the ED via email at
Fees: Full meal $250
Snack or 1 item: $100
Merchandise: $100
Information only: Free
Vendor must provide own electricity and water. If they are selling food, the must get a county permit to sell. Vendor fee must be paid before the event.
Umbrellas and canopies are allowed, but will have a designated area where they can be set up. No coolers, no weapons of any type, no political ads, no food or drinks can be brought in (including water)
Details of the line up can be found at

Mariachi fever is about to hit our community again with all the colorful festivities and beautiful passion that comes along with it. This will be the seventh annual mariachi Festival and is shaping up to be the very best. The organizers have booked some of the finest Mariachi performers in the business. This year we will be celebrating our headliner, Sonido de Mexico, who are celebrating their 25th Anniversary tour. Joining in on the fun are Mariachi Aztlan de Pueblo High School, Mariachi Pueblo Viejo, Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson, Las Azaleas, and Mariachi Nuevo Azteca de Tucson. These groups will be accompanied by the exceptionally talented traditional 80 plus folklorica dancers from Compania Danza Folklorica Arizona. Back by popular demand, we will have our very own 8-year-old Mariachi superstar Jasiel Ortiz, who has been an essential part of the festival since 2015. Also joining us this year, will be a special appearance from 10-year-old sensation Mariapaula Mazon, who was featured on Good Morning America and will be performing Selena Quintanilla songs.
Included in this year’s festival will be culinary craftsman from throughout the state who will be selling delicacies with a Mexico flair, traditional barbecue, and other fine food items as well as other vendors with their unique trinkets, snacks, and souvenirs. There will also be inflatable slide for the kids, face painting, and dancing. We have opened up this year’s event for vendors who will be serving craft beer, soft drinks, coffee, kettle corn, salsa, ribs, popsicles and water.
To celebrate our rich Bisbee mining heritage, we will have a miner’s display featuring artifacts and minerals from mines throughout the state. We will also celebrate the freedom we enjoy in our beloved country by honoring our heroes who put it all on the line to preserve it----our military. The cost of entry is still very minimal at a mere $15 for adults and children under the age of 10 are free.
Saturday, November 5th will be the main event which will last from 11 am to 7 pm (gates will open at 10 am). Tickets are on sale and can be purchased online by going to or at the following local merchants: Tin Town Resource Center, Bisbee Breakfast Club, Bisbee Coffee Company, Jo’s Consignment, Everhart Insurance, Old Bisbee Brewing Co, and the Hitching Post. We kindly ask that you not bring any food, drinks, coolers, weapons of any kind, nor politics to the festival. Blankets, umbrellas, and chairs are always welcome. Pop up tents can be placed in the outfield. Please remember that all proceeds support Bisbee Coalition for the Homeless. We are a non-profit organization and your donations support those who are in need.
For an early bird weekend preview, join us on Friday November 4th at 5 PM in Old Bisbee near the Bisbee Coffee Company for a Mariachi Flash Mob featuring Mariachi Nuevo Azteca.
We are always looking for volunteers. If you are interested and able to help, please contact us via our website: and see our Bisbee Mariachi Festival Facebook page.

  • Location
  • Historic Warren Ballpark
  • Bisbee, Arizona 85603

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