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11:30 AM – Danza Guerreros Quetzatcoatl de Durham

12:00 PM – Grand Opening Ceremony

12:05 PM – Baila Beats Academy/ Pink Beats Dance Tea 

12:15 PM – Zona Típica

1:00 PM – Corazón Peruano

1:15 PM – Sociedad Anónima 

2:00 PM – Opening Ceremony  

2:15 PM – Huepa 

2:30 PM – Los Guanajuatenses  

3:15 PM – Bomba Boriqua  

3:30 PM – Orquesta K-Che 

4:15 PM – Flor De Hidalgo 

4:30 PM – Banda Zeta

6:00 PM – End of show

Banda Zeta

Banda Zeta was formed in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. Their most recognizable song, “La Niña Fresa”, topped the charts in both the U.S. and Mexico in the mid 90’s. Popular also, was their cover in Spanish of the famous Eagles’ song, “Hotel California”. They’ve recorded 13 albums since their founding in 1993.

Banda Zeta is considered a representative of technobanda, a genre of regional Mexican music formed from the fusion of the Sinaloan band and the grupero genre.

Banda Los Guanajuatenses

Los Guanajuatenses, like the name indicates, originates from Guanajuato, Mexico. This group was formed by 13 musicians from a town called San Pedro Tenango in 1999. Their music is heard on Hispanic radio stations in North Carolina. With their authentic Mexican style, they make everyone dance, young and old.

Orquesta K’che

North Carolina’s Orquesta K’Che [‘kah-CHAY’] has become the Triangle’s Latin Party Dance Band.  When on stage, the eleven (11) piece band will delight the audience by projecting the musical energy of its members, who are ready to ignite and excite your next event or activity. “Orquesta K’che” is ready and looking forward to sharing its music and excitement.

Sociedad Anónima

We are based in North Carolina and we’re promoting rock in your language. Rock / Pop cover music in Spanish like Caifanes, Enanitos Verdes, Mana, Timbiriche, La Unión, Selena, Gloria Trevi and La Oreja de Van Gogh and more. From Mexico and Guatemala. Long live rock!


Zona TIPICA is a group of Dominican musicians living in North Carolina. They got together with their talent to make TYPICAL music from the interior of the Dominican countryside. Perico Ripiao, composed of drums, accordion, conga, guitar, and singers

Flor De Hidalgo

The group was formed in 2023, with the main purpose of preserving and sharing the culture and folklore of Mexico. The group is made up of mostly women of all ages, who have joined the culture and traditional dances out of love and joy. They join us this day with a traditional presentation from the state of Hidalgo!

Corazón Peruano

Our Peruvian Folk was founded in 2002 by Sonia Alvarado, to promote our culture and folk dances. Our music and dance are a fusion of sounds and styles drawing on the country’s Andean, Spanish, and African roots. Hundreds of years of cultural mixing in Peru have formed a broad musical landscape along with unique pre-Hispanic and mestizo dances to accompany the tunes we will be performing.

Bomba Boriqua

Folkloric Afro-Puerto Rican dances known as Bomba and Plena

Baila Beats Academy / Pink Beats Dance Team

Baila Beats Academy focuses on teaching Afro-Latin Dances and their cultural roots. We focus on following & leading gender-neutral roles to make dance more fun and inclusive, as well as provide a safe space for all to enjoy the wonderful benefits of dance. We accept and welcome everyone!

Pink Beats ladies dance team focuses on performing Salsa and empowering women to connect with dance and music, by encouraging them to be themselves on the stage and dance floor.

Danza Guerreros Quetzalcoatl de Durham nc

A dance group that celebrates the traditions and culture of Mexico through Aztec dance. Performing in full regalia, the dancers are a multi-generational ensemble dedicated to maintaining customs in their community. Their objective is that our young people do not lose our traditions, our culture, but above all, that they do not lose their roots.


Huepa! means  joy and celebration in the form of performing arts. Huepa! is composed of children, teens, and adults from different ethnicities and backgrounds to promote Latin American cultural identity. Huepa! strongly believes that by celebrating one’s roots and traditions our children can become stronger adults in mind and spirit. Let’s make this world a better  place one dance at the time.

Che Empanadas


Che is a restaurant and bakery featuring baked, flaky empanadas with fillings from beef and chicken to many vegetarian and vegan options. Empachori, an Argentinian chorizo and mozzarella-filled empanada with our house-made chimichurri sauce, brisket, shrimp, fruit tarts, alfajores (Argentina’s signature dessert with dulce de leche), chocotorta

Classic Ice Cream

American ice cream

Ice cream and drinks

CocoCrissi Tropical Icees

Puerto Rico / Italy

Icees $5


Dominican Republic

Pastelillos $5, Chicharrón y tostones $12, Maduros $5, Chimi $12, Pollo fritos y papa fritas $12, Morisonando $10, Jugó de limón, piña, tamarindo $8

El Sombrero Azul

Mexico / El Salvador

Pupusas, tacos, quesadillas y burritos

Empanadas RD

Dominican Republic

Empanadas, cheese balls, chicken croquettes loaded fries and loaded plantain

Finca Burger


Classic Burger $13, Bacon Burger $14, Jalapeño Burger $17, Maracucha $17, Carolina $17, Veggie $1, Onions rings $7, Drinks $2.

Five Star Coffee

Honduras and Central America, South America coffees

Retail bags of cafe, cold brew (ice coffee), Drip coffee (hot coffee)

Grace Food llc (dba Mexiarepa Grill)

Tex Mex / Venezuela

Arepas, Pepitos, Tacos, Tortas

La Brisa


paletas ($3), aguas frescas ($5), chips ($3)

La Republica Taco


Mexican cuisine

Lelo’s Cuban Café


Authentic Cuban sandwiches, steak sandwiches, empanadas, yuca fries, yellow rice, black beans, maduros, and protein options of lechon or steak, cafe con leche, pastelitos de guayaba y queso crema, fresh squeezed lemonade, and bottled water. Our menu prices range from $5.00 to $18.00.

Mango Loco LLC


Antojitos Mexicanos: mangonadas, chicharrones preparados, cóctel de frutas, esquites, Piña Loca, gazpachos, churros rellenos. Precios $7 – $15.

Poblanos Tacos


Tacos 3x $13, Quesadilla $13, Burrito $14. Nachos $15, Aguas Frescas – $7 med – $10 lg, Sodas $2, Water bottle $2

Tacos Mama Chava


Street mexican authentic taco truck: Tacos- 3x $10.00, Quesadilla- 1x $10.00, Sopes- 2x $10.00

Tacos Neza


Tacos 3x $10. Tortas $11. Burritos, Quesadillas, Quesabirria, Nachos, Nuggets, Aguas frescas, Lemonade

Taste of Texas


Antojitos Mexicanos, todo menos de/ all under $10

The Corner Venezuelan food


Arepas13, Cachapas 14, Pepito 16, Tequeños 8, empanadas 10, Patacon 15

Tropical Kabob & More by Chef Palau

Puerto Rico

Pinchos $6, Bacalaitos $5, Empanadillas de Pollo, Carne y Pizza $5, Alcapurias $5, Pina Colada $6

  • Alez Creations
  • Amantolli Handicraft LLC
  • Artesanía Latina My Pasó Fino
  • Artesanías El Michoacano
  • Artesanías Narvaez
  • Artesanías Nicte Ha
  • Bolovan
  • Crafts by Shirley
  • Elizabeth Lopez Fashion
  • ElysDraws
  • Flaca y Loro
  • Guatemalan Arts and Crafts
  • Inka Marka Ecuador
  • Isabel boutique
  • Manos Mágicas y Creativas
  • Masully Shop
  • Miriam Ximil Art
  • Nana Moon Spark
  • Nerys
  • Parcero Studio
  • Pearls Nd Colors Bracelets

Accessibility Information

La Fiesta del Pueblo is free and open to the public, with all of the day’s events taking place on Fayetteville Street as well as on the intersecting streets (Hargett St., Martin St. and Davie St.) Fayetteville Street is more than half a mile long, so there will be some distances to travel between sections of the festival.   

Drop-off areas

Fayetteville Street and the first block of all side streets will be closed for the festival. Wilmington and Salisbury streets will remain open. Designated “Drop-off” areas will be available on the east and west sides of Fayetteville Street, at the Davie Street intersection, and at the Martin Street intersection. Consult our festival map for a detailed distribution of the download points for the festival. 

Volunteers in official La Fiesta T-shirts are all around the festival – please ask one of us if you have a question! 

Public transport

The Moore Square Bus Station is located at 214 S. Blount Street, 1.5 blocks from the heart of La Fiesta del Pueblo. 

The R-Line, a free shuttle, will also be available to help you get from your parking space to the festival footprint. 

All R-Line and GoRaleigh vehicles are equipped with ADA access via an elevator or ramp.  

Parking lots

Street parking surrounding the La Fiesta del Pueblo footprint is usually free all day on Sunday.. 

City parking decks are pay to park on Sunday. Please refer to the map for all City of Raleigh parking decks available during La Fiesta del Pueblo. 

Getting Around

All of the activities taking place at La Fiesta del Pueblo are on the street level with the roads closed off to motor vehicles all day on Sunday. While this means that some areas of the streets and sidewalks do get crowded, all street-level activities are physically accessible. You can avoid some crowding by going up or down a block to Wilmington or Salisbury and then returning to Fayetteville via one of the cross streets. Do note that some streets have a slight uphill pitch to them, especially the side streets: Martin, Davie and Hargett. 

Accessible Viewing Areas 

A designated accessible viewing area will be available in front of the stage for people who use mobility devices and their companions to help ensure that you can see what’s happening on stage. This area is intended for visitors who use wheelchairs, scooters or other mobility devices and their companions, as well as guests who have a disability that substantially limits their ability to stand and their companions. Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first served basis. 

Sighted Guides

For people who are blind or have low vision, you may request to be paired with a sighted guide who will help you navigate La Fiesta del Pueblo. While our preference is for you to reserve in advance, some sighted guides are available during the festival at the booth at the intersection of Davie Street and Fayetteville Street.  

Service Animals

We welcome service animals at La Fiesta del Pueblo.  


Street level accessible restrooms (portable toilets) are located on two side streets of the festival footprint: West Martin and East Davie street.  See Program Map for more details. 


La Fiesta del Pueblo has many precautions put in place to prevent but also help in the case of an emergency. If you need assistance, please look for one of these people: 

  • La Fiesta volunteers wearing purple shirts 
  • Uniformed City of Raleigh police officers 

Call 911 if you need immediate assistance for an emergency. 

Questions or Comments?

La Fiesta del Pueblo’s organizers work hard to make all of its programming accessible to everyone!  If you need assistance or have additional questions during La Fiesta del Pueblo, please visit one of our information booths located at the intersection of Martin street and Hargett street, Plaza del Pueblo, or in City Plaza 

If you have additional questions or comments, or would like to be part of the general conversation about accessibility at the event, please email Veronica at or call (919) 835-1525. 

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  • Alliance of Aids Services Carolina
  • CFNC
  • DHIC
  • Diamante Arts & Cultural Center
  • Duke University School of Nursing
  • Durham Regional Association of REALTORS, Inc.
  • Education Justice Alliance
  • Equality NC
  • GoCary Bus Service
  • GoTriangle
  • Israel United in Christ
  • La Fuerza
  • MomsRising/ MamásConPoder
  • NC Quick Pass
  • NC Society of Hispanic Professionals
  • NC State Department of World Langauges & Cultures Hispanic Linguistics
  • NCDHHS – Division of Child and Family Well Being
  • NextGen Climate Action dba NextGen America
  • Orange County Office of Equity & Inclusion
  • Planned Parenthood South Atlantic
  • Pro-Choice North Carolina
  • SHAC
  • Thread Capital
  • Triangle Area Parenting Support
  • UNC Health
  • UNCG Una Platica a la Vez
  • Wake County Public Libraries
  • YMCA


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