The Port Isabel High School Mariachi band has done it again! On Saturday, April 15, the Tarpons traveled to Robstown, TX to compete in the CottonPicker Mariachi Festival, and they walked away with the top prize in the Plata Division.
This is a huge achievement for the Port Isabel High School Mariachi band, who faced tough competition from other talented groups. However, their dedication and hard work paid off, and they were able to showcase their musical skills and take home the first-place trophy for the violin, rhythm, and vocal sections.
The Port Isabel High School Mariachi band has long been known for their excellence and passion for music, and this latest win only adds to their impressive track record. They have proven time and time again that they are a force to be reckoned with in the world of mariachi music, and their talent and dedication are truly inspiring.
We want to extend our sincerest congratulations to the Port Isabel High School Mariachi band on their Plata Division win at the CottonPicker Mariachi Festival. Their hard work and dedication have paid off, and we are incredibly proud to have such talented musicians representing our community.
The Port Isabel High School Mariachi band's success is a testament to the hard work and dedication of their teachers, mentors, and supporters. It is thanks to their guidance and encouragement that these young musicians have been able to achieve such great heights.
Once again, congratulations to the Port Isabel High School Mariachi band on their Plata Division win at the CottonPicker Mariachi Festival. We look forward to hearing more amazing music from these talented musicians in the future!