La Fiesta del Pueblo 2018 is a free celebration of Latinx food, music, art and culture on Sunday, September 23rd, 2018, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., on Fayetteville Street and City Plaza in Raleigh.
Here’s a map of the festival.
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Main Stage Schedule
- 11:30 – The NC Brazilian Arts Project kicks off the festival by marching and drumming from the Youth Fair stage to the main stage.
- 12:00 – Bolivia Unida
- 12:15 – Sandra Camila
- 12:45 – Magetsi 4H Club
- 1:00 – NC Brazilian Arts Project
- 1:15 – Orgullo de Tierra Mixteca
- 2:00 – Opening Ceremony
2:15 – Takiri Folclor Latino
- 2:30 – Orquesta K’Che
- 3:15 – Marcos Napa
- 3:30 – Danza Azteca Tonatzin
- 3:45 – Los Guanajuatenses
- 4:30 – Venezuelan Dance Group
- 4:45 – Ritmos y Tradiciones Panameñas de NC
- 5:00 – Plena Libre
Youth Stage Schedule
- 12:30 PM – Pepe Ponce
- 1:30 PM – Ballet Folklorico Mexicano “Yolotzin”
- 3:30 PM – Takiri Folclor Latino
- 4:30 PM – Jazziando
- 4:00 PM – Raleigh Rockers Crew
- 5:00 PM – Orgullo y Alma Latina
- 5:30 PM – Che Apalache
Arts and Crafts Vendors
- Yarina Crafts: Embroidered handmade dresses, name bracelets, embroidered sweaters, Andes instruments, bags with native designs, and jewelry.
- La Isla Bonita: “La Isla Bonita” represents a bit of many Latin American countries, selling items such as threaded bracelets, earrings, tagua rings, necklaces, hats with the colors of national flags, shirts with the flags of Latin American countries, backpacks, bags, and more.
- Flaca y Loro: Mexican handcrafts such as Baja hoodies, fruit seeds bracelets, earrings, necklaces and headbands, handmade clay sugar skulls, Huichol t-shirts, handmade pocketbooks and messenger bags.
- Lili’s Gift Shop & Accessories: A new addition to La Fiesta del Pueblo, featuring uniquely designed purse and key holders, re-usable shopping bags, and travel shoulder bags inspired by Peruvian textiles.
- Woodkeychains.com: Based out of Florida, Woodkeychains.com import handmade varnished keychains directly from Colombia, which serve as a useful everyday item or as a gift for loved ones.
- Guatemalan Arts and Crafts: Beaded jewelry, keychains, hair accessories, figurines as well as placemats, table runners, and other fabrics all handmade by Mayan artisans in Guatemala.
- ¡Ay! Maria: Women’s jewelry and accessories, Mexican clothing and accessories for children, men and women.
- Inca Marka Ecuador: Ecuadorian ponchos, dresses, necklaces, instruments, purses, and more.
- Isabel’s Boutique: Peruvian jewelry, featuring sterling silver, gold & stainless steel pieces.
- Comercial del Norte: Local vendor selling bracelets, necklaces, keychains, jerseys and caps.
- The Best of the Best Piña Colada
- Coma Rico
- El Molcajete
- Pupusas y Tacos Marina
- The Corner Venezuelan Food
- Vida Dulce
- Enrique’s Place Latin Grill
- Cuban Latin Grill
- El Pueblo
- Taste of Texas
- Café Five Stars
- Classic Ice Cream
- CocoCrissi Tropical Icees
- Piña Colada Perumex
- El Jefecito
- Poblanos Tacos
- Kona Ice of Raleigh
- La Isla Bonita Piña Colada
- La Brisa
- Lili’s Kitchen