Bring your family for a celebration of the Latino culture through food, music, dance, arts and activities. Southside Park will be home to the biggest celebration for Hispanic Heritage month in Sacramento
Instituto Mazatlan Bellas Artes de Sacramento (IMBA), is one of California’s principal Mexican folk dance companies. IMBA is unique in US/Mexican artistic history through its rich in company history, repertoire of choreographies, and world-class dancers.
Grupo Kanino is the musical revolution born in Northern California. This artistic organization is integrated by experienced musicians from Mexico and the United States. Some of its members are innate second and third generations of musicians.
Formed by Sara Mendoza y Fernando Rodríguez in 2001, Colombia Viva’s objective is to communicate and promote the Colombian’s culture through music, rhythm and charm, iconic characteristics of the beautiful country.
From the movements of the goddess, and the great influences from Africa and Brazil, to the pulsating rhythms of Rio de Janeiro’s Carnaval, Mistura Brasileira delivers a grand performance.
Conjunto Alegré is one of the Northwest’s most popular bands, and has been a mainstay on the local Latin music scene for over 20 years. Their sizzling repertoire includes hits from nearly every Latin nation on the map.
Club Peru de Sacramento started the workshop of Danzas Peruanas. With pride, they spread the beauty of Peruvian traditional dances and folklore to the youth in Sancramento and its surroundings.
In this new millennium in which salsa music hosts a vanguard of superior musical talents, Pepe y su Orquesta maintains its sole purpose of vibrating people’s souls with its typical tropical rhythms, heartfelt lyrics, musical quality, and elegant performances.