Main Stage

Grupo Folklorico Mexcaltitán – 11:00 AM

Grupo Folklórico Mexcaltitán is from Inglewood, California, and was formed by a group of young people who were eager to express their culture and make a difference in their community.  Group started in 1996 and members range from the youngest child to the oldest adult and everyone in between.  The objective of Grupo Folklórico Mexcaltitán has been to disseminate the culture, history, and traditions of Mexico through the use of music and traditional dances.  Grupo Folklórico Mexcaltitán has participated in various presentations and at different venues within our state.



Tradición Dance Company – 11:30 AM


Grandeza Mexicana – 12:00 PM


Resurrección Mexican Folk – 12:30 PM


Film Screening – “Macario” – 1:00 PM

Macario is a 1960 Mexican surrealistic drama directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Ignacio López Tarso. Based on the novel of the same name by B. Traven, Macario was the first Mexican film to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.



Grandeza Mexicana – 3:00 PM


Resurrección Mexican Folk – 3:30 PM


Ballet Coco – 4:00 PM


Film Screening “Book of Life” – 4:30 PM

In the Mexican town of San Angel, Manolo (Diego Luna), Maria (Zoë Saldana) and Joaquin (Channing Tatum) have been friends ever since childhood. Although their lives have taken different paths — Maria was sent to Europe, Joaquin joined the military, and Manolo studied to become a bullfighter — one thing remains the same: Manolo and Joaquin both want to marry Maria. Little does the trio know that battling husband-and-wife deities have made a high-stakes wager on the love triangle’s outcome.


Mixteco East LA – 6:00 PM


Tradición Dance Company – 6:30 PM


Ballet Fiesta – 7:00 PM


Mixteco East LA – 7:30 PM




*Times and Performances are subject to change