MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY 2019
Sept. 12th to Sept 15th.
Thursday 12th: From 5:30 to 11:00 pm. (Carnival and 2nd stage Open)NOCHE SONIDERA. (LIVE MUSIC & DJ)
Friday 13th: From 5:30 to 11:00 pm. Carnival, Main & Second Stage Open Live Music
Saturday, 14th.From 12:00 noon to 11:00 p.m. LIVE MUSIC, Folkloric Dancers, Zumba
Sunday, 15thFrom 12:00 noon to 11:00 p.m. LIVE MUSIC, Folkloric Dancers, Zumba
RODEO: DANCING HORSES SHOW Kids Contest, Folkloric Dancers, Mariachi
Saturday 14th & Sunday 15thFrom 5pm to 8pm. (Second Stage Area)
SUNDAY 15TH PARADE AT 12 NOON Cermak Rd. From 58th Street to 49th Street.
"EL GRITO" CEREMONY. Program Starts at 8pm.
FIREWORKS 10: 00 PM.
Mexican Independence Day, is the festival that attracts families from diverse cultures, and backgrounds, filled with live music, real Mexican traditional food, and family fun. The event will include international stars and local talent. During the three day festival, at the Mexican Independence Day aside from be carnival rides there will be a Rodeo area, a Sunday Parade and an endless number of family activities.
The Town of Cicero has become the heart of the Mexican community in the Midwest, that has attracted tens of thousands to celebrate the Mexican Festivities. These events has become some of the most anticipated and visited events by the Latin American community.
Our annual Ruedo with horses, ponies, and a petting zoo for kids will bring you back to the country. Fireworks will be display at the end of the night.
Is Located in the heart of the Hispanic Community
•Minutes away from Berwyn, Chicago, Stickney, Melrose Park, Villa Park, & Maywood
•Accessible by bus, train or automobile
•Offers ample and free parking
•Provides entertainment for the entire family
•The event site has over 250,000 square feet on a concrete surface
•Plenty of space if needed for corporate needs
Hispanic consumer market in the U.S. is larger than the entire economies of all but 13 countries in the world, according to annual UGA Selig Center Multicultural Economy study.
• Hispanic consumers in the U.S. commanded a $1.2 trillion market in 2013 .
•*With Hispanic purchasing power expected to reach $1.5 trillion dollars by 2015, Hispanic marketing has become a hot topic across all U.S. businesses.
•* According to Selig Center for Economic Growth, 1 in 5 teens in the U.S. is Hispanic, and by 2020 their numbers are predicted to grow 62 percent compared to just 10 percent for the overall teen population.
•*Selig Center for Economic Growth at the Terry College of Business. Jeff Humphreys, author of the report and director of the Selig Center.
Place: Parking Lot 34th St and Laramie Ave.
Estimated attendance: 80,000
(3 days event)
Friday 5pm. To 10pm
Sat from 12noon to 10pm
Sun from 12noo to 10pm