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Tourists enjoy music on the seashores of Mazatlan, following new music hours set by city

There are around 12 bands that offer their services in the bay of Mazatlan.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- On this Saturday of the national weekend, tourists who visit Mazatlan take advantage of the day to swim on the beach and eat some seafood on the seashore, accompanied by Sinaloa bands.

There are around 12 bands that offer their services in the bay of Mazatlan.

Carlos Osuna, a member of the Encanto del Pacífico band, assured that they handle various music packages since they can play per song or per hour, depending on what the client asks for; In addition, prices vary, since the number of musicians also influences.

” We are 11 members, I have my own separate group, but I take the opportunity to come and earn something extra here on weekends and more on holidays, which is when more people come, the costs are different, we have the song in 250 pesos and 3,500 pesos per hour, it depends on what the client asks for, we are open to all kinds of proposals, “he said.

However, there are groups with fewer members that charge from 2,000 to 3,500 pesos per hour.

The days that musicians have the most work are the weekends, although they make exceptions on festive dates since these are the occasions in which they are in greatest demand.

” Although there are also many lovers of banda music here, tourists are our best customers during vacations and holidays, it makes them new to see live music here on the beach, eat in front of the sea, with its seafood, some drinks and music, what else do they ask for, “he said.

They stick to the rules

The schedules they handle are those indicated by the authorities

” Here on the beach we are from 1:00 or 2:00 in the afternoon until 7:00 at night, which is when people already take their course, either to the clubs or to their hotels and houses, and we leave for our commitments elsewhere, whether at parties, events, bars, wherever we are required “.

The Mazatlan Post

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