September 9, 2023
It’s a FIESTA at the beach!Come celebrate the vibrant traditions of the Latino community with mariachi, folklorico dancers, and a free beach concert. Enjoy Boardwalk rides and games plus fun food and beverage specials throughout the park. ¡Vamos a la playa!
Thank you for a great event! Check back in 2023 for details for our next fiesta!
It’s a FIESTA at the beach!
Come celebrate the vibrant traditions of the Latino community with mariachi, folklorico dancers, and a free beach concert. Enjoy Boardwalk rides and games plus fun food and beverage specials throughout the park.
¡Vamos a la playa!
- 12pm-7pm: Rides Open & Special Food Offerings
- 12pm: Mariachi
- 2pm: Folklórico Dancers on the Main Stage
- 3pm-4:30pm: SONORA SANTANERA Tributo a Carlos Colorado on the Main Stage
Mariachi Santa Cruz
Mariachi Santa Cruz was founded by Omar Naranjo in 2009 in Santa Cruz, California. Throughout the years, Mariachi Santa Cruz has participated in numerous music festivals, concerts, parades, private events, and more. The ensemble consists of two trumpeters- Javier and Roy, two violinists- Jesus and Jorge, a guitarist- Marcos, a guitarron player- Alfonso, and a vihuela player- Omar. All ensemble members come from families who have played mariachi music for generations. It is through their ancestors that they have learned to share their passion and love for traditional mariachi music.
Folklorico Corazon en Flor
Elda and Esteban Ortiz founded Corazon en Flor in 1990 to cultivate an appreciation of Mexico’s rich Folklórico dance traditions and to develop authentic and proficient lifetime dancers in Santa Cruz County.
SONORA SANTANERA Tributo a Carlos Colorado
Sonora Santanera is an orchestra playing tropical music from Mexico with over 60 years of history. The band was founded in 1955 by Carlos Colorado in the state of Tabasco. In 1960, comic actor Jesús “Palillo” Martínez helped the band play in Mexico City and get a professional record deal under the name of Sonora Santanera. Colorado died in a bus accident in 1986, causing some members to split off and form various versions of the band. Sonora Santanera Tributo a Carlos Colorado consists of two members that used to perform with Colorado in the 80’s.