Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Street Band Guadalajara

We saw these kids playing downtown Guadalajara on one of the plazas and they really had a crowd.   All the instruments were home made except for a cow bell and a cymbal.  Paint buckets for drums and a PVC tuba.   The smaller wind instruments I'm not sure.   Bass drum was a carboard tube.


Anonymous said...

We saw the same kids in February this year in the same spot. According to our hosts they are very unique and very popular in Guadalajara. Thanks for posting. Andrew K, Lightning Ridge, Australia

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