Lowell Latin American Festival

Enjoy Latin American food, music, and culture.

The Lowell Latin American Festival is held annually in June in Lowell, Massachusetts. The Festival is comprised of traditional Latin American food, music, dancing, fashion, and more, which are designed to educate and entertain participants and festival attendees. The Festival celebrates Latin American cultures from around the world throughout history.

The Lowell Latin American Festival was formerly known as the Coqui Festival, which was established in 2005. The festival is celebrated every year at the North Common Park on Fletcher Street in Downtown Lowell. The goal of the Festival is to unite Latin American cultures, bringing a colorful Festival that benefits members of the Greater Lowell community and the Merrimack Valley.

The Latin American Festival teaches people of all cultures that even though most Latinos speak Spanish, most have different music, food, dance and cultures, and all of them are beautiful and unique, and they should be celebrated.

The Festival has booths with information, food, and entertainment for children. There is a show with music featuring bands and groups from different Latin American countries. Travel to Lowell for the Festival, and experience an exciting and fun day at North Common Park.

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Latin American Festival Address

Lowell Latin American Festival
PO Box 9534
Lowell, MA 01853

Phone: (978) 710-5338

Website: http://www.lowelllatinamerican.com