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Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Utah Cultural Festivals

Two popular cultural festivals will be held this weekend, offering food, entertainment and plenty of fun. The public is welcome to participate in these activities.

Fiesta Mexicana
Sep 13 - Sep 13
Fiesta Mexicana is a 100% family oriented festival. Over 10,000 attendees enjoy the celebration every year with the best mexican food, international performances, cultural activities and great music.

This year, Fiesta Mexicana will celebrate the 198th anniversary of the Mexican Independence with the State of Chiapas Ballet Magisterial along with the magnificent sound of the traditional Chiapas Marimba, their colorful arts and crafts and other local entertainment.

A solemn civic ceremony “El Grito de Independencia” will be held by the Consul of Mexico and distinguished guests from the local community and abroad.
Fiesta Mexicana celebration is open to the general public with NO COSTS FOR ADMISSION.

Contact: Alfonso Ayala
Phone: 801 3475729
Admission: Free
Location: Washington Square
Address: 350 S 200 East, Salt Lake City
Web Site:
Accessible to those with disabilities

22nd Annual Festival of India
Sep 13 - Sep 13, Spanish Fork
Utah Valley’s Krishna Temple, located on South Main St. in Spanish Fork, will host the 22th Annual Festival of India on Saturday, September 13th from 4 pm.

After 21 increasingly successful editions of the India Fest, few people in Utah County are ignorant of the fact that, once a year, you can go to India without spending a lot of money. You can have India right in the middle, of all places, ... Spanish Fork!

Over 4,000 people attended last year’s celebration, and India Fest 2008 could be the biggest one yet, thanks to the enthusiastic increase of promotional efforts on the part of the organizers, the majestic, overlooking presence of the Krishna temple at the festival site, and a natural amphitheater which can accommodate thousands. Set around the Rajastani style, multi domed temple, the eight acre festival site will feature world class entertainment, cuisine, a gift shop, art, photography, cultural exhibits on India, a gala pageant of the epic Ramayana, the burning of a 20’ high ten-headed demon named Ravana, and spectacular fireworks.

Contact: Caru Das
Phone: 801 787-1510
Admission: Adults $ 3.00, children $ 1.00
Location: Krishna Temple
Address: 8628 S. State Road, Spanish Fork
Web Site:
Accessible to those with disabilities


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