The 20th Annual National Cinco de Mayo Festival in Washington, DC is a yearly tradition that explores the rich history, culture and ethnic diversity of the Latin American community in Washington, DC. Hosted by the Maru Montero Dance Company, the Cinco de Mayo Festival has shown tremendous growth over the years and offers a free day of celebration for all featuring live music and dance, children’s arts and crafts workshops, food, games and activities for the whole family.
20th Annual National Cinco de Mayo Festival in Washington, DC
May 5, 2012
Noon to 6 PM – rain or shine
Sylvan Stage on the National Mall
(closest Metro Station is Smithsonian)
Live musical performances
Free health screenings
(sponsored by the League of United Latin American Citizens)
The Cinco de Mayo Festival in Washington, DC, is a wonderful way to celebrate the history and culture of the area and The Fairfax at Embassy Row is the perfect place to stay during the celebration. Located just minutes from the Metro and many Dupont Circle attractions, The Fairfax at Embassy Row offers distinctive and luxurious accommodations and a relaxing atmosphere, essential to creating a memorable stay in our Nation’s Capital.