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MARIACHI USA Cancels Hispanic Heritage Month Show in Austin

The Hispanic Heritage Month event scheduled for Sept. 17 was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

HOLLYWOOD, CA. — Rodri Entertainment announced MARIACHI USA will have to cancel this year’s highly anticipated Hispanic Heritage Month show at Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park on September 17, 2022, due to unforeseen circumstances.


“It is with deep regret that we must cancel MARIACHI USA; however, we look forward to returning at a more convenient time in the near future,” said Rodri J. Rodriguez, creator, producer, and host of MARIACHI USA.
For MARIACHI USA event-goers who have already purchased tickets, please contact the point of purchase for a full refund. For more information, please visit

Created in 1990, MARIACHI USA has become the premier mariachi music festival in the world. Founded and created by the multi-talented artist-producer, Rodri J. Rodriguez, of Rodri Entertainment. Rodriguez, a visionary and cultural arts advocate, created the festival to give music a forum for artistic expression and a way to celebrate the rich musical traditions that so many have come to enjoy. Held at the Hollywood Bowl since its inception, the Festival continues thrilling audiences of all generations. Rodriguez’s spectacular live event productions have written a whole new chapter in the world of entertainment.

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