September 19 - September 25

While following all local, state, and federal guidelines in regards to Covid-19, we will highlight Latin American cultures in all their rich variety and pay tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society—particularly the Tri-Cities area!

Parade of Flags

Sunday, September 19 @ 2:00pm

This opening ceremony is held in Grand Haven Central Park with the Parade of Flags representing the Hispanic/Latin countries. We hope you will join us as we launch the week-long Hispanic Heritage Fiesta.


Restaurants in the Tri-Cities will be participating in a special restaurant week from Monday, September 20 through Saturday, September 25. You will sign up in advance for a Hispanic / Latin American country whose cuisine you want to showcase with a special appetizer, entrée, dessert and/or drink.

Each participating restaurant will donate a percentage of sales of these food items to Fiesta. The net proceeds of the Fiesta will then be divided between a local non-profit the newly formed Tri-Cities Puentes Initiative.


Thursday, September 23

707 Washington Avenue

$125.00 per person

The Origenes (Origins) dinner is a community experience featuring pre-Hispanic food presented in partnership with the MeXo restaurant in Grand Rapids. Live mariachi and dancers will perform while guests enjoy learning about the origins of the recipes and their cultural importance while sipping flights of tequila. There will also be a cash bar and silent auction.

Who's the chef behind it all? Chef Oscar Moreno, a native of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. His passion for food was rooted in the importance it had in his family-life while growing up. That passion grew while he worked under chefs from different countries. Now, he's sharing his passion and his menu for Fiesta 2021.


Friday, September 24

Waterfront Stadium


$20 per person

The Fiesta Concert at the Waterfront Stadium in Grand Haven will feature a concert by Revolucion de Amor Mana. A special VIP section will be available near the stage plus dancing, beverages, and food available for sale.

Mana has unquestionably become the biggest musical group in Latin music history. Millions of albums sold worldwide, sold-out concert tours and multiple record awards are just some of the accomplishments achieved by one of the most popular bands in the world.

Revolucion de Amor has claimed the nation's heart as being the best tribute to Mana in North America. Based out of Chicago, the band features Mana's organic mix of classic rock, modern rock and traditional Latin music. They are the equivalent of seeing and hearing the real thing. To learn more click here.



Saturday, September 25

Noon to Nightfall

Fiesta goers will enjoy music on the stage and dance performances including live music from Latin Soul, Grupo Super Nova, Karizma Band, Ballet Folklorico, and more.

Food vendors and trucks will serve authentic cuisine in Central Park. The Cantina will feature margaritas and tequila flights along with a beer selection.

Youth and kids' activities will be hosted by Latin Americans United for Progress in the Central Park area.

An art exhibition will adorn the Grand Haven Community Center.

Mercado vendors from near and far will surround the Central Park fountain and just across the street in the County Building parking lot will be a Collector Car Show.

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Celebrating the many ways the Hispanic community makes the Tri-Cities a great place to live!