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Entertainment Proposal

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Brian Wachhorst

Brian Wachhorst

T-40 Solo guitar-Vocals

Cigar Roller

Cigar Roller

Speciality, Walkaround

A cigar is a rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco leaves made to be smoked. Cigars are produced in a variety of sizes and shapes. Since the 20th century, almost all cigars are made of three distinct components: the filler, the binder leaf which holds the filler together, and a wrapper leaf, which is often the highest quality leaf used. Modern cigars often come with two bands, especially Cuban cigar bands, showing Limited Edition bands displaying the year of production.

Earth Circus

Earth Circus

Family Entertainment / Cirque / Walk-Around

Earth Circus Productions, Inc is a highly acclaimed entertainment corporation located in Half Moon Bay, CA. specializing in immersive, entertainment experiences in the San Francisco Bay Area, the United States and abroad.

We design, produce and execute live, virtual and hybrid events with your vision in mind. Through insight driven expertise, our event leadership team provides the unique combination of global inspired content, comprehensive broadcasting services and custom designed platform solutions.



Many options

Whether it's a ball, fire or clubs, professional jugglers are the perfect choice for an event that demands laughs, energy and sheer entertainment. Juggling acts are most often infused with comedy and personality, and often use audience participation as part of their act. Jugglers may also utilize a unicycle. Unicycling, juggling and spinning objects simultaneously are sure to please adults and kids alike!

Mariachi Los Gallos

Mariachi Los Gallos

Latin / Mariachi

The mariachi is the sum of a cultural evolution which has taken place over the last century or so in Mexico.

ORIGINS. Professional musicians accompanied Hernán Cortés when he arrived in what is now Mexico in 1519. Among their instruments were the harp and the vihuela, prototypes of those later used by the mariachi. Natives, who had their own highly developed musical traditions, quickly mastered European musical practices. Many regional traditions of mestizo folk music, including that of the mariachi, resulted from the ensuing cultural and musical blending of indigenous and foreign elements.

The first recognized Mariachis in the 1800’s were only 3 to 4 piece groups. Instrumentation included Violins harp and a guitar variant. The harp was replaced by the Guitarron in the early 1900’s.

It was around 1912 when the trumpet was introduced but was quickly thrown out because it was thought to be loud and annoying. After trial and error, the trumpet began to show up again and made a stronger stand as professional musicians learned how to incorporate the louder instrument. In 1940 the trumpet was added for good and has become a major part of todays Mariachi.

Mariachi – What Does It Mean?

Musicologists and folklorists have argued for years over the origin of the word – Mariachi.

The original theory held that mariachi was derived from the French word for wedding – marriage, because of the type of music played at these events. The only problem with this theory is that the music originates in a part of Mexico the French never visited and, even if they had, it began before their arrival in 1864.

Another theory states that the word comes from the indigenous name of the Pilla or Cirimo tree, whose wood is used to make guitars. If this were true then the word mariachi would be applied to the instrument itself and not to those who play it.

It has also been suggested that the name comes from a festival in honor of a virgin known as Maria H. (Pronounced in Spanish - Maria AH-chay) at which musicians played and that over time they were given this name.

The truth is that no one knows where the name originated, but it is one which is associated with a great deal of prestige not only in Mexico, but around the world.

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