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  • Where is the Hispanic Heritage Festival at?
    The 2023 Hispanic Heritage Festival will be at Fluor Field at the West End on Sunday, October 1st from 12-6pm. The address is 945 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601.
  • Is the festival free to attend?
    The entry fee to the festival will be $10 per adult. Children ages 5 and older will be $7 per child. Ages 0-4 years old are free entry. You will be able to pay with cash or with credit card.
  • Will this event take place rain or shine?
    Yes! The event will take place rain or shine!
  • Where can I park?
    There is nearby parking at County Square, located at 301 University Ridge. Parking is also available along S. Main St., Greenville, SC.
  • Is this a family friendly event?
    Yes! It is definitely a family friendly event! This is our 24th year holding this festival and is a welcoming fun environment for all ages!
  • Where can I purchase tickets?
    Tickets will be available for purchase the day of the festival. Tickets can be purchased in advance at
  • Will there be food?
    Yes, we will have food from different vendors! Our goal is to provide a variety of options for our guests! Tickets will be used to make food purchases. Look for ticket stations throughout the venue!
  • How can I stay up to date on the latest updates about the festival?
    Follow us on Facebook & Instagram to stay in the loop of the festival's latest updates. Facebook: Instagram: Also, visit for the day of the festival.
  • How can I support your organization?
    Great question! We are a non-profit that has been existence since 1999 and we are 100% volunteer led. You can support us by attending our festival, but also, becoming a sponsor or vendor for the event as well. We also have opportunities for you to join the organization as a member and receive various benefits, such as community, growth, and volunteer experience. If you have further questions about becoming a member, you can contact
  • Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
    If you have additional questions about the festival that you cannot find on the website, please contact

AHAM began celebrating the Hispanic Heritage Month in 1998 at the Greer-Jean M. Smith Public Library by showcasing folkloric dresses, traditional food  and artistic displays . Since then, AHAM  has taken its festival to different venues in Greenville county such as Furman University, the Hughes Greenville Library, and more recently, McAlister Square.


The Hispanic Heritage Festival is currently the largest fundraiser for AHAM, as members  bring regional desserts and savory dishes to share. Members also perform artistic presentations from various Latin American countries.

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