FLAGSTAFF — To celebrate and recognize Flagstaff’s Hispanic roots, Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces invites the public to attend to the return of the “Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada — Mariachi and Folklorico Festival” from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 29, 2019 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff.
The event is free and has drawn upwards of 400 visitors in past years.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church is a significant historic site because it was the pride and centerpiece of the Hispanic community when it was built in the late 1920s by Flagstaff Hispanic pioneer families, who had strong bonds to the church.
What is a Tardeada? It’s a vibrant afternoon festival and social dance celebrating Flagstaff’s Hispanic culture and community history.
The festival’s goal is to celebrate the legacy of Flagstaff’s Hispanic culture through entertainment, music, dance, art, food and exhibits.
The Tardeada will feature mariachi and folklorico performances, a tribute to Hispanic veterans in the region, a raffle and Mexican and regular barbecue food sold as a fundraiser.
So escape the triple-digit temperature in most of Arizona, bring your chairs and canopies and enjoy the cooler mountain breezes of Northern Arizona.
More details to come…
To participate as a vendor or sponsor, please send an email to Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces President Delia Munoz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on photo below to view photos of 2017 Tardeada celebration
Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces celebrates 2017 Summertime Tardeada Mariachi & Folklorico Festival
Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces celebrates ‘2016 Summertime Tardeada’
Record crowd attends 2nd annual ‘Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada and Oldies Car Show’
Northern Arizona veteranos honored at Tardeada 2015
Car show adds shine to Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada 2015
Mariachi Sol Azteca & Compania de Danza Folklorica Arizona make successful return to Tardeada 2015
Community dances the day, night away to sounds of Grupo Fierro of Tucson at Tardeada 2015
Inaugural ‘Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada and Oldies Car Show’ on June 28 draws larger than expected crowds