Sun, Jul 30|
Socrates Sculpture Park
Guelaguetza New York City
Join the Ballet Folklórico Mexicano de Nueva York for its 11th Annual Guelaguetza New York City Festival at Socrates Sculpture Park.
Time & Location
Jul 30, 2023, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Socrates Sculpture Park, 32-01 Vernon Blvd, Queens, NY 11106, USA
About the event
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Free event for the whole family. Rain or shine.
Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Nueva York presents its 11th annual Guelaguetza New York City and showcases cultural dances and expressions from Oaxaca.
About the Guelaguetza
The Guelaguetza festival is an annual celebration of Oaxacan culture held in Oaxaca City, Mexico, every July. The festival, known locally as "Los Lunes del Cerro" (Mondays on the Hill), occurs on two consecutive Mondays. Each region of Oaxaca, including the Central Valleys, Cañada, Papaloapan, Mixteca, Coast, Isthmus of Tehuantepec, and Northern and Southern mountain ranges, showcases its unique dances, music, and traditions at the festival. The festival's name comes from the indigenous Zapotec language and means "to give" or "to offer."
About the Ballet Folklórico Mexicano de Nueva York
Artistic Director: José Refugio González
The Ballet Folklórico Mexicano de Nueva York is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to sharing Mexican traditions and cultural heritage by showcasing regional dances with the New York community. The BFMNY has performed in world-renowned halls in front of countless enthusiastic audiences throughout the northeast. BFMNY has filled great venues, such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and Madison Square Garden. In addition, BFMNY is a proud supporter and performer for countless festivals and community events.
With Performances by:
Ballet Folklorico Guadalupano, Staten Island
Danza de los Diablos de La Mixteca NYNJ
La Banda Grande de Nueva York
Zaadxil Danza de los Zancudos
Mexican Food Vendors
Antojitos Don Goyo
Tacos la Gringa
Mexican Folk Art and Craft Vendors
Corazon Handcraft and Gifts
This is Latin America
Image by: Alberto Flores