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Fiesta, Alabama’s largest celebration of Hispanic culture and heritage, is pleased to announce its 15th annual festival to take place Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, from noon to 8 p.m. at Birmingham’s Linn Park. Admission to Fiesta is $8.00 per person in advance and $15 at the gate. Children ages 12 and under are admitted free. Donations to the scholarship fund at Fiesta are also encouraged at the event.
Since its inception in 2003, Fiesta has served as a bridge, celebrating the culturally diverse traditions of Latin America’s various Spanish-speaking countries right here in Birmingham. With the goal of educating the public about the many different Hispanic countries and their cultures, Fiesta provides the opportunity for more than 15,000 patrons to journey through 20 represented countries and experience the best of Hispanic art, music, food and dance.
With this being Fiesta’s 15th year, 2017 marks an important milestone for the festival—Fiesta’s Quinceañera. In Latin American culture, a young girl’s 15th birthday, or her quinceañera, is one of the biggest, most important celebrations in Hispanic tradition and involves the whole family. In traditional, quinceañera fashion, this year’s festival is...
Fiesta offers activities for all ages—fun for the whole family! Explore the family village, cultural village, community village, health and wellness village and the McDonald’s Fiesta Tour—the Annual Latin Grammy Experience—featuring trivia games, a photo booth and more.
Authentic Latin Food
Enjoy local, authentic food from a variety of participating vendors and get a taste of the best Latin American food Birmingham has to offer.
Listen and dance along to our extensive lineup of artists and performers, live from one of Fiesta’s two stages, including the festival’s Coca-Cola Main Stage.The 14th Annual Fiesta, Alabama’s largest celebration of Hispanic culture and heritage, will be held at Linn Park in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday, October 1 from 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. With the goal of educating the public about the many different Hispanic countries and their cultures, Fiesta’s approach has been to do this through presenting the best of Hispanic art, music, food and dance.