Hispanic Heritage Month marked with Houston festival

October 5, 2018 by  

The East End Street Festival is taking place this month in Houston. It is a celebration of the neighborhood, and of Hispanic Heritage Month.

There will be a lot of activity taking place during the day that should appeal to the entire family. Two music stages are set to feature non-stop entertainment with acts such as Flaco Jiminez, Augie Meyers, The Glass, and Darwin’s Finches. At the same time, the Heritage Zone will have dance performances, musical entertainment, fitness sessions, and martial arts demonstrations. In addition, there will be a special Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month event.

A kids’ area will also be set up and it will feature activities such as rock climbing, mechanical bull rides, a moonwalk inflatable, and a petting zoo.

There will also be a food court, a craft beer garden, and a number of arts and crafts vendors who will be selling their homemade items, so guests can expect jewelry, clothing, paintings, and ceramics. Other areas will include a mobile charging zone and a bike valet.

To advertise events like this, Houston flyer printing firms are often asked to provide marketing materials.

The East End Street Festival will be held at Navigation Esplanade on October 20 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 PM. Admission is free of charge. For the most current information about this event, call 713-928-9916.

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