The Cinco de Mayo feast (the Fifth of May) in the United States showcases the best of Mexican and Latin American heritage and culture. Los Angeles invites everybody to a free Fiesta Broadway in late April to mark this vibrant holiday of colors and flavors. It's held on central Broadway Street and the City Hall streets and is known as the country's ultimate Cinco de Mayo street extravaganza, drawing 200,000 revelers annually.
Fiesta Broadway means four blocks of Downtown LA packed with "mariachi" music, folk dances, bright costumes, delectable Mexican cuisine, and mindblowing Latin superstars' performances. The latest headliners on the bill showcased Selena, Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Marc Anthony, and other icons of music. The festive menu offers salsa, guacamole, empanadas, enchiladas, tamales, burritos, fajitas, and other staples. Lastly, you must remember that Fiesta Broadway is a family-friendly occasion, jammed with cultural vendors, sports acritivites, games, kid's play area, and diverse entertainment alike.
The first edition of Fiesta Broadway dates back to 1990. Since then, this feast for eyes, ears, and palate has kept growing and winning more and more hearts. So, book your stay in LA and venture to discover the festival's multiple concert stages and booths and make lifelong memories.