Adams County's Inaugural Festival Latino Offers a Day of Color, Culture, and Celebration at Riverdale Regional Park

Festival Latino

Celebrate the rich culture and vibrancy of Latino heritage at the inaugural Adams County Festival Latino on Sunday, Oct. 1, at Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton. This family-friendly event promises an unforgettable celebration of Latino culture with live music, art, food, and more!

Featuring a stellar lineup of musical talent, the Adams County Festival Latino boasts performances by Mariachi Internacional, Chicano Heat, Nexus, and a mesmerizing Oaxacan musical celebration led by the talented vocalist, Patricia Alcaraz, as part of La Guelaguetza. The event offers attendees a chance to immerse themselves in the rich traditions and rhythms of Latino culture.

“I’m thrilled to see our community come together to celebrate our rich and diverse heritage at the first-ever Festival Latino,” said Commissioner Chair Steve O’Dorisio. “This event not only highlights the vibrant cultures that make up our county, but also shows our commitment to inclusivity, unity, and the beauty of diversity."

The Adams County Festival Latino is free, making it accessible to everyone in the community. With a plethora of activities and entertainment, including traditional dance performances, art exhibitions, and a wide array of cuisine, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

"This event is a testament to the strength of diversity and the beauty of unity,” said Commissioner Vice Chair Lynn Baca. “Let’s come together, learn from one another, and celebrate the incredible heritage of our Latino neighbors."

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