The fifth annual Latino Fest is bringing music, dance, art and more to Boise on Saturday, Aug. 31 from 4 to 10 p.m.
The free event, hosted by the Consulate of Mexico and the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, has outgrown the Basque Block and will be located at Cecil D. Andrus Park, in front of the Idaho State Capitol.
Eddie Manzanares and Cafe Blanco Band will kick the festival off with Latin-Jazz, Bossanova, Rumba Flamenca, Salsa, Cha Cha Cha and Son Cubano. Special Reserve, a Spanish and English rock band, will perform next, followed by Danny Daniel, a salsa singer from Colombia.
Dancers from Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Mexico will also perform.
Festival attendees will also be able to try food from Cuba, Colombia, Argentina, Peru and Mexico. There will be workshops for children and Latin music from DJ Giovanni.
The festival is open to all ages.