SF’s New “Fiesta De Las Américas” Street Fair | The Mission
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Calle 24 Latino Cultural District | 24th St. between Mission & Potrero, SF, CA
The Calle 24 Latino Cultural District presents the first annual Fiesta de las Américas taking place within the 24th Street corridor, in the heart of the Mission District.
The festival will extend from 24th and Mission Street to 24th and Hampshire Street with a mural unveiling, a restoration of the flags of the americas, live music, samba drumming, dancing.
Plus there’s a free lucha libre show on 24th between Alabama and Florida.
Calle 24 Fiesta De Las Américas
Sunday, September 17, 2017 | 11a-5p
24th Street btwn Mission & Potrero, SF
Featuring Four Stages:
- Stage 1: La Placita Capp St. @ 24th
- Stage 2: Rumba Stage Harrison St. @ 24th
- Stage 3: Brava Stage York St. @ 24th
- Stage 4: Latin Rock Stage York St. @ 25th
Las Fiesta de Las Américas celebrates the independence of various Latin American countries and commemorates the culture, arts and music found from Patagonia to the Arctic Circle. It highlights the unique Latino diaspora experience which has cemented the Latino Cultural District as the center of Latino activism, arts, commerce, and culture in San Francisco since the 1940s.
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