Hispanic Heritage Month

Visit Fort Worth is proud to partner with several Hispanic organizations in Fort Worth to honor and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

We invite you to discover and honor the cultural richness our city enjoys from Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

How to celebrate: 

  • Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month - Don Artemio Restaurant Presents Festival del Chile en Nogada, which will feature this special traditional dish in honor of the history of Mexico with the confirmation of the independence of the Republic.
  • September 17 - The Fiestas Patrias Parade will kick off celebrations. The parade will precede an all-day celebration including live music, food and an equestrian extravaganza event at Cowtown Coliseum with Mexico En La Sangre.
  • September 17 - The Fort Worth 'Grito' Celebration at La Gran Plaza de Fort Worth, the Latin American shopping hub, will honor Mexican Independence Day with live music, food and ballet folklorico dance performances.
  • October 8 - The 8th Annual Michelada Festival is a free Fort Worth event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in General Worth Square. Festival goers can enjoy local, authentic Mexican and Latin food, culture, live music and free samples of Michelada mix before casting their vote for the best Michelada.

From September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month events will also take place at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, La Gran Plaza, Rose Marine Theater, Marine Park, Sundance Square Plaza and various restaurants throughout the city.

Check out the event listings below for more great Hispanic Heritage Month events!

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