Fiesta Austin Diez y Seis De Sept Festival features Erick Y Massore, & more

If you’re looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate Hispanic culture in Austin, Texas, you won’t want to miss the Fiesta Austin’s Diez y Seis De Septiembre Festival at Fiesta Gardens. This event is held every year on September 16th, the date that marks the beginning of Mexico’s independence from Spain in 1810. The festival features live music, dancing, food, arts and crafts, and more. It’s a family-friendly event that welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds to join in the celebration.

The festival gates open at 10am on Saturday, September 16th, 2023, and there is no cover charge until 12pm. Children 12 years of age and under get in free all day, and adults pay only $7 at the gate after 12pm. You can also buy pre-sale tickets for $5 online at The festival is held at Fiesta Gardens, located at 2101 Jesse E. Segovia St, in East Austin.

The festival lineup includes some of the best local and regional bands that play a variety of genres, such as cumbia, Tejano, Conjunto, and more. You can enjoy the music of Erick Y Grupo MassoreRumoresPalacios BrothersLa Naturaleza de Santiago Garza, and others. You can also watch traditional folkloric dancers perform colorful and lively dances that showcase the diversity of Hispanic culture.

The festival also offers a variety of food options, from tacos and enchiladas to corn on the cob and funnel cakes. You can also browse the arts and crafts booths that sell handmade items such as jewelry, pottery, clothing, and more. You can find unique gifts for yourself or your loved ones while supporting local artists and vendors.

The Fiesta Austin’s Diez y Seis De Septiembre Festival is more than just a fun event. It’s also a way to honor and preserve the Hispanic heritage and history that is part of Austin’s identity. The festival is organized by Fiesta Austin, a nonprofit organization that aims to promote and support Mexican-American culture in Austin through educational and cultural programs. The festival also hosts the Mr/Miss Fiesta Austin contest, which recognizes outstanding young leaders who represent the Hispanic community.

If you’re interested in learning more about the festival or Fiesta Austin, you can visit their website at There you can find more information about the event schedule, tickets, parking, sponsors, vendors, volunteers, and more. You can also follow them on social media to stay updated on the latest news and announcements.

Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate Hispanic culture in Austin with your friends and family. The Fiesta Austin’s Diez y Seis De Septiembre Festival is a great way to enjoy a day of music, food, art, and fun.

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