Celebrate Eugene’s vibrant art scene during the September 1st First Friday ArtWalk! Pick up your ArtWalk guide at Farmers Market Pavilion (85 E 8th Ave), enjoy dance and musical performances at the Fiesta Cultural at the First Friday ArtWalk event, and then take a self-guided tour of the galleries and art venues of Downtown. The monthly First Friday ArtWalk is from 5:30-8pm and always free.

Check out the ArtWalk Guide  |  Join the Facebook event  |  How to get downtown and where to park

Fiesta Cultural at the First Friday ArtWalk

Farmers Market Pavilion (85 E 8th Ave)
September 1, 5:30-10 p.m. | FREE
Presented by Lane Arts Council and City of Eugene Cultural Services

Join us for the 9th year of Fiesta Cultural at the First Friday ArtWalk, a celebration of Latino/a/x/e arts, cultures and heritage, emceed by Jill Torres and Alex Reyna

Come and enjoy:

  • Live music by Dina y los Rumberos, Grupo Latitudes and DJ LatinX Sound.
  • Dance performances by Angel Quintero Hernandez, Salseros Dance Company, Azúcar, and Ballet Folklórico Colibrí
  • Salsa and Bachata dance lessons
  • Children and youth activities
  • Fresh food from local vendors and beer by Xicha Brewing
  • Multicultural artist marketplace
  • Education and community conversations
  • And more!

Images: Dina y los Rumberos.

Full information about the event

Fiesta Cultural Weekend continues for the entire weekend, starting with an afterparty right after First Friday ArtWalk!

  • Ándale Noche Latina, presented by WOW Hall
    Saturday, September 2 at 8pm
    WOW Hall
    A live set from DJ Pachanga Mix and Oaxacan cuisine from El Buen Sabor.
  • Los Monarcas de Eugene/Eugene Emeralds Baseball Game
    Sunday, September 3rd, Doors open at 3pm, game starts at 4:05pm
    PK Park
    Pre-game dance performance by Ballet Folklórico Colibrí and a post-game dance party with DJ TexCaliente.

Special thanks to our funders and sponsors: National Endowment for the ArtsOregon Health Insurance MarketplaceSELCO Community Credit UnionLos Monarcas de Eugene, and La Qué Buena.

This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.