Mariachi Cobre

Mariachi Cobre is a band of internationally acclaimed mariachi musicians. The group was formed in 1971 by Randy Carillo, his brother, and two fellow students. Over the years the company of players has changed, but they've been performing at Epcot's Mexico pavilion since the very beginning, and are among the longest lasting live performers at the park.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: On the steps of the Aztec pyramid in the Mexico pavilion or inside the pyramid in the market.
  • Date Opened: 10/1/1982
  • Capacity: Several hundred can easily watch any given show, though crowds are not generally so large.
  • # of Shows: Seven shows per day, Tuesday through Saturday
  • Characters: None
  • Photos and Autographs:
Time Commitment Information - Hide Section
  • Wait Times: Crowds don't generally form until the show starts.
  • Length of Show: 25 minutes
  • FastPass: No
  • Queue Description: None
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  • Health Restriction: None
  • Ride Access: Viewing of the show is from common areas of the Mexico pavilion or the World Showcase walkway and are entirely accessible to wheelchairs and ECVs.
  • Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary
  • Service Animals: Yes
  • Audio: The entire show is audio-based, but no assistive devices are available.
  • Weight and Size Issues: Should be none
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  • Height Restriction:
  • Child Swap:
  • Other Issues:
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Offsite Links (we can not vouch for their accuracy or timeliness)
  • Official Web site — The group's official Web site, where you can buy CDs, learn about the members, or see their schedule of appearances.

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