Chautauqua + KGNU Present/Presentan: Festival Del Sol

Chautauqua + KGNU Present/Presentan: Festival Del Sol

Event Time/Hora del evento: 12PM – 5PM

Colorado Chautauqua is proud to present the second annual free and bilingual Festival Del Sol (formerly Celebración de la Comunidad) on Sunday, September 18th! Enjoy live music, food trucks, outdoor beer/wine garden, traditional dance, games, children’s activities, photo booth, and local art vendors at the Chautauqua Auditorium and surrounding gardens.Kick off National Hispanic Heritage Month by celebrating the vibrancy of Latin culture in the stunning surroundings of Chautauqua!

Featuring Los Mocochetes, Pink Hawks, Renee Goust, Youth Mariachi Orchestra and Fiesta Colorado Dance Company

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR LIVE ENTERTAINMENT AT THE AUDITORIUM.  PLEASE RSVP HERE TO OBTAIN ADVANCE TICKETS!  REGISTRATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON-SITE AT THE AUDITORIUM ENTRANCE.

Produced in collaboration with members of El Centro AMISTAD, Boulder Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, and Cal-Wood.

¡Colorado Chautauqua está orgulloso de presentar el segundo evento anual gratuito y bilingüe del Festival del Sol (antes conocido como Celebración de la Comunidad) el domingo 18 de septiembre! Disfrute de música en vivo, food trucks, vino y cerveza en el jardín, bailes tradicionales, juegos, actividades para niños, cabina de fotos y venta de arte local ubicada en el auditorio de Chautauqua y el parque circundante. ¡Inauguremos el mes internacional de la herencia hispana celebrando el brillo de la cultura latina en el bellísimo parque de Chautauqua!

Artistas invitados:  Los Mocochetes, Pink Hawks, Renee Goust, Youth Mariachi Orchestra y Fiesta Colorado Dance Company

SE REQUIERE REGISTRACIÓN PARA ASISTIR A LOS EVENTOS EN VIVO EN EL AUDITORIO. ¡FAVOR DE CONFIRMAR SU ASISTENCIA AQUÍ PARA OBTENER LOS BOLETOS CON ANTICIPACIÓN! LA REGISTRACIÓN TAMBIÉN ESTÁ DISPONIBLE A LA ENTRADA DEL AUDITORIO. 

Obtenga transporte GRATUITO
Disfrute de un transporte sin estrés para llegar a Chautauqua. El autobús recoge a los pasajeros cada 15 minutos en la intersección de 27th Way y Broadway y en la escuela New Vista empezando a las 11:30 am. La ruta estará activa de Chautauqua Dinning Hall a estos dos lugares hasta 30 minutos después del concierto.

Producido en colaboración con miembros de El Centro AMISTAD, Boulder Convention & Visitor’s Bureau y Cal-Wood.

 

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