The Ramona Pageant Board of Directors has decided to postpone the 2021 Ramona Pageant performances because of the Pandemic. The plan is to restart in 2022. We will post any updates but for now, see you in 2022...
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Carlos Corral - (626) 224-4876
Fred Herrera - (818) 636-3670
90 years since it's founding, the Arias Troubadours now include
the fourth generation of musicians, singers and dancers. In
1915 at the occasion of the Panama -California Exposition
in San Diego, Ca., Jose Arias founded the Arias Troubadours
not only to entertain audiences but to continue the traditions
and influences of music in early California.
Through the years the Arias Troubadours have performed for
U.S. Presidents such as former Pres. George Bush, sr., former
Pres. Bill Clinton, and countless celebrities such as Gilbert
Roland, Ricardo Montalban, John Wayne, Frank Sinatra, Bob
Hope, Mel Gibson, Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith and Cheech
Marin. That tradition continues today as the Arias Troubadours
The Rose Parade
Santa Barbara's Early California Day's
Moraga Winery, Bel-Air, Ca.
Mission Inn, Riverside, Ca.
The Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, Ca.
There is a long history of association with
the Ramona Pageant which is California's official Outdoor
play. In 1924 Jose Arias and his Troubadours were invited
to perform for the Ramona Pageant. That relationship
continued as during April, 2020, his nephews,
grandchildren and now even great-grandchildren were again
the Ramona Pageant orchestra, singers and dancers.
December 9, 1927 -June 27, 2011
heart and soul of the Arias Troubadours for so many years,
the current members of
the group are striving to maintain his legacy.