Sep 18, 2018

NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization for the City of New York, invites the Latino community to enjoy the events that will take place in the five boroughs to mark the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. 

This is an annual celebration through which the US government recognizes the contributions of the Hispanic community to the development of the North American culture.

The scheduled celebration goes from September 15 through October 15, which coincides with the anniversary of the discovery of America, and with the celebration of the declaration of independence in countries like Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Chile and Mexico.

In relation to the month celebrating Hispanic-American diversity in New York City, Fred Dixon, CEO of NYC & Company, said, “We are very pleased to welcome New Yorkers and visitors during the annual celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, and we invite the community as a whole to discover the extraordinary Spanish-speaking culture that has permeated the five New York boroughs.”

Chris Heywood, Senior Vice President of Global Communications for NYC & Company, added, “We look forward to welcoming more visitors and tourists from all over the country to come and experience our rich Hispanic heritage in New York City.”


“Viva Broadway” Free Concert with Hispanic Broadway Stars 
Times Square (Duffy Square) between 46th and 47th Sts and between Broadway and Seventh Ave, Manhattan
Tuesday, September 25, 5pm–6pm

The Yankees Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
1 E 161st St, the Bronx
The Yankees invite you to Yankee Stadium to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. During the month of September, come and join your team in recognition of this special month. For further details, go to

Brazilian Day in New York
Little Brazil
W 46th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves, Manhattan
Sunday, September 2

Culture Carnival in Queens
Junction Blvd between 37th and Roosevelt Ave, Corona, Queens
Sunday, September 9

21st Annual Central American Independence Day Celebration
Monumento a la Tierra Feliz – Happy Land Monument, the Bronx
East Tremont Ave and Southern Blvd at 87th Blvd, turning onto Boston Rd and disbanding at Charlotte St and Crotona Park East
Sunday, September 9

Family Day: Hispanic Heritage Month Family Day
Morris-Jumel Mansion
Roger Morris Park, 65 Jumel Terrace, Manhattan
Saturday, September 15

Mexican Independence Day Catered by Miti Miti Modern Mexican
Rooftop Reds
299 Sands St, Bldg 275, Brooklyn
Sunday, September 16

New York State (NYS) Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY
Saturday, September 22

The Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade
Grand Concourse between E 164th St to E 173rd St, the Bronx
Sunday, September 23

Queens Hispanic Parade
Northern Blvd from 69th St to 86th St, Jackson Heights, Queens
Sunday, September 23

Official Latino Short Film Festival (NYC Semifinals)
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave, Manhattan
September 24–27

Panamanian Parade Gala Fundraiser
Giando on the Water
400 Kent Ave, Brooklyn
Thursday, October 4

Panamanian Day Parade
Bergen St and Franklin Ave, Brooklyn
Saturday, October 6

54th Annual Hispanic Day Parade 2018
Fifth Ave from 44th to 66th St, Manhattan
Sunday, October 7

Queens Dominican Day Parade
37th Ave from 69th to 86th St, Queens
Sunday, October 7

Columbus Day Parade
The parade marches up Fifth Avenue from 44th to 72nd Street with red carpet performances on Fifth Avenue between 67th and 69th Streets.
Monday, October 8

The Americas Poetry Festival of New York

Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site and Interpretive Center
246 Old Walt Whitman Rd, Huntington Station, NY
Consulate General and Promotion Center of the Argentine Republic in
New York, 12 W 56th St, Manhattan
Instituto Cervantes New York (Amster Yard)
211 E 49th St, Manhattan
October 10–12

La Fiesta Nacional de España (Spain’s National Day)
Friday, October 12

NYC Book Launch: Today’s Inspired Latina Volume IV
New York Times
620 Eighth Ave #1, Manhattan
Saturday, October 12

Bolivian Day Parade 
37th Ave from 75th to 86th St, Jackson Heights, Queens
Sunday, October 21


Baseball Hall of Fame 2019 OTS Sports

Silvana Magda with The Katenda Band & Viva Brazil Dancers

ELE on Telexito Vargas Cosmetics (Short)