Las Vegas Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Cultural Programs and Entertainment

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Las VegasHeld annually from September 15th to October 15th, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the vast, vibrant and diverse Latin culture and community. The holiday begins on Mexico’s Independence Day, but the event lasts for his entire month. Visitors to Las Vegas can see top Latin stars on stage, attend cultural events, and enjoy some of the best Latin cuisine the culinary Mecca has to offer.

Here are some ways you can join the celebration and value all that the Latin community has to offer in Las Vegas.

cultural events

neon museum
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the Neon Museum will host special gallery talks (upon guest request) each afternoon during general admission on Saturday, October 15, highlighting signs and facilities specifically related to Hispanic Heritage Month. Focus on different historical stories behind. The museum also offers tours in Spanish every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening.

Historic Fifth Avenue School
20 from the City of Las Vegasth Anniversary Art Exhibition: Celebrating the Mexican Consulate in Las Vegas” runs through Friday, November 11 at the Mayor’s Gallery at the Historic Fifth Street School. Free and open to the public, the exhibit features original artwork created especially for the 20th Anniversary of the Mexican Consulate in Las Vegas.

HONOR Latino Award
The HONOR (Honrando Orgullosamente Nuestras Obras y Raíces) Latino Awards recognize community leaders and pioneers who have demonstrated outstanding civic achievements and contributions to the Las Vegas community.a digital eventa gala will honor the work and roots of the winners on Thursday, October 13, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

East Las Vegas Fiesta
The East Las Vegas Fiesta is free and open to the public on Saturday, October 15, from 10am to 2pm. The East Las Vegas Community Center offers entertainment, games, face painting, food trucks, community vendors, a children’s playground with a bounce house, and more.

Las Vegas Book Festival
Just outside of official National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Las Vegas Book Festival will take place Saturday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. with appearances by Latin influencers such as author Prisca Dorcas Moxica Rodriguez and musicians. Featuring Hispanic-focused programs, including Lucky Diaz of Historic Fifth Street School. The Las Vegas Book Festival offers programs for all ages, including panel discussions, activities and workshops.


A music legend with a long-standing residency Carlos Santana will appear in house of blues and Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino Wednesday 21st September, Friday 23rd September to Sunday 25th September.

Tejano/Norteño Band Grupo Intcable will appear in theater and Virgin Hotels Las Vegas Saturday, October 1st.

warningis a Monterrey-based Mexican rock band consisting of three sisters. Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas and Link Promenade Friday 7th October.

Lucero Mijares Hitting the stage on Friday 14th October theater and Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.

colombian singer Karol G will appear in T-Mobile Arena Friday 14th October.


The Las Vegas food landscape is constantly evolving, but Latin cuisine always finds its place in the destination’s culinary scene. Here are some notable Latin-inspired restaurants that visitors will want to check out.

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