Fiesta Birmingham Fiesta 2017 - Quinceañera!

Alabama’s largest celebration of Hispanic culture and heritage is pleased to announce its 15th annual festival! Donations to the scholarship fund at Fiesta are 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.

$8 in advance; $15 at the gate; Children 12 and under free

Fiesta Birmingham – 15avo Aniversario Quinceañera Celebration!
Sáb, 30 Sept | 12-8pm
Linn Park | 710 20th St N, Birmingham
$8 Previo al evento; $15 en la entrada, entrada libre para niños menores de 12 años |Abierto al público

La celebración Hispana más grande de Alabama, se complace en anunciar su quinceavo festival, su quinceañera. También se aprecian donativos para el fondo para la beca para estudiantes universitarios de Fiesta. Desde su creación en el 2003, el evento cultural de Fiesta, ha servido como un puente entre las diferentes culturas que abracan Latino América y Los Estados Unidos y que conviven en la ciudad de Birmingham. La meta del Festival de Fiesta, es educar al público sobre los diferentes países hispanos y sus culturas. Fiesta le ofrece a más de sus 15,000 asistentes la oportunidad de conocer a más de 20 países Hispanos por medio del arte, música, comida y baile en un ambiente familiar.

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