1001 New Market Road
Mesquite, TX 75149
Celebrate our Hispanic heritage by attending our city’s Cinco de Mayo celebration on Saturday, April 29 from 12-6 p.m. at Paschall Park.
Featuring authentic Mexican food, a piñata break and jalapeño eating contest, this family-friendly gathering is the perfect way to mingle, eat, meet new friends and celebrate the rich Latino culture that exists here in northern Texas. In addition, there will also be folklorico dancers dressed in colorful, traditional garb, as well as inflatables for the little ones and much more!
Admission is free, however, some activities will have a cost. For more details, please click here. We hope you have a great time!
Cinco de Mayo History
Did you know that Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for “Fifth of May” and celebrates the Mexican army’s victory over France in 1862? The holiday is celebrated predominately in Mexico and the U.S., and it includes traditions like mariachi performances, parades and authentic Mexican dishes.