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Hispanic League plans 24th FIESTA in downtown Winston-­Salem

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Hispanic League’s 24th FIESTA street festival in downtown Winston-­Salem Saturday will once again be taking on a Latin flair, a salsa beat and jazz flavor.

FIESTA has become a true Winston-­Salem tradition with an average attendance of more than 20,000 people. It also is a key community event celebrating diversity, Hispanic/Latino heritage and cross-­cultural understanding among all people of the community.

Downtown Winston-Salem will be alive with regional, national and international Hispanic/Latino live music, unique arts and crafts, authentic food vendors, a healthy living area plus a children’s area. Also as a pre-event at 10:30 a.m. there will be the Novant Health Zumbathon® in front of the Indie Stage on Poplar Street. There will be flyers with maps available at the three food ticket booths and the Hispanic League Booth listing all the great FIESTA booths and activities.


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