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Winnipeg Folk Fest (Mainstage)
Interstellar Rodeo (Edmonton, Canada)
SXSW 2016 (Austin, Texas)
Panamerican Games (Toronto, Canada)
Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto, Canada)
Day of the Dead Festival - Harbourfront Centre (Toronto, Canada)
Folk on the Rock (Yellowknife, Canada)
Prismatic Arts Festival (Halifax, Canada)
Regina Folk Festival
Winnipeg International Jazz Fest
Brandon Folk Fest
The Rainbow Trout Festival (St. Malo, Canada)
The Harvest Moon Festival (Clearwater, Canada)
The Fire and Water Festival (Lac du Bonnet, Canada)
The Winnipeg Fringe Festival
Nuit Blanche (Winnipeg, Canada)
Live on the Rooftop series for the Winnipeg Art Gallery
Sold-out shows in Winnipeg at the Times Change(d) and Pyramid
The band was featured on CBC’s Defnitely Not the Opera (DNTO) with Sook Yin Lee.
The Mariachi Ghost was featured on NPR’s Alt Latino’s and Weekend Edition (US)
Featured on music blogs: Mic.com. Playback STL, There Goes the Fear and Pocho.com
The band made waves in El Salvador, where they made the front page of both major newspapers, La Prensa Gráfica and El Diario de Hoy, as well as reaching #38 in the yearly top 111 list of the radio station Radio Femenina
The Mariachi Ghost was featured in La Jornada, a national Mexican newspaper
The band licensed music to:
The Food Network/Cooking channel/Discovery Channel Europe, Australia, Asia for the show From Spain with Love
Discovery Channel US/Canada/Australia/Asia for the show One Night Stands with Annie Sibonney
The online series The Book Club
Because of my job I see a thousand bands a year. I listen to a to a lot of new stuff . I have never seen or heard anything like this. It is one of the most original projects I’ve ever seen. We will be following these guys’ progress. We want to work together.
– Joe Ferrari, Sony Music Canada
They are without question one of the most dynamic and captivating collections of performers of traditional and progressive Mexican music one could ever hope to witness.
– John Scoles, Times Change(d) owner (Winnipeg)
A killer Day of the Dead prog-mariachi with interpretive dance and a Guy Maddin–directed video. Too much concept for one band? Nope, not at all.
- Laura Hamlett (Playback STL)
A Mexican mariachi/jarocho/rock band from Winnipeg?? Absolutely. And it works seamlessly.
- Felix Contreras (NPR)
Oh my God, that was...AWESOME! Where do I see more of that?! That band is from Winnipeg? Get out. Seriously? GET OUT! How did they even come up with that idea? That’s incredible. And it’s working! Wow! What an amazing show...I can’t even...I...Ha ha ha!
– Ticketmomster (Winnipeg music blogger)
The fusion presented by the Mariachi Ghost is masterful and the musical quality of their work is outstanding as is their performance. They use transcending musical elements in their songs.
– Christian Müller, Radio Femenina (El Salvador)