Saturday, November 5, 2016
11am - 5pm
Grape Day Park, Downtown Escondido
Escondido Tamale Festival
November 5, 2016
FOOD & DRINK
Traditional, Gourmet & Vegetarian Tamales
Holiday Tamale Pre-Orders
Vendors & Food Trucks
Craft Brews & Wine Garden
Escondido Tamale Festival is an
official San Diego Beer Week Event
Best Tamale Contests
With Special Guest Judges
Chihuahua Costume Contest and Fashion Show
Grande Stage featuring Mariachis, Folklorico, Latin Dance Performances
Chihuahua Fashion Show, Arts, and more
Hispanic Heritage Exhibits
Tamale and other Food Vendors
Handmade Crafts Vendors
Multicultural Holiday Décor
FOR THE KIDS
Sugar Skull crafts (Fee) by "Sugar Skulz"
Face Painting Vendors (Fee)
The New Grape Day Playground
Build Air Rockets with San Diego Makers Guild
VIVA LA TAMALADA!
~ Eat, Play, Learn, Celebrate! ~
The Best Tamales in North County
plus California Craft Brews & Wine
The Escondido Tamale Festival is presented by the Escondido Downtown Business Association, a 501(c)6,
for the marketing, support, and preservation of the 127 year Old Historic Downtown Business District.
Escondido Downtown Business Association, 243 S Escondido Blvd #701, Escondido, CA 92025 (760) 877-8582
Portions of the proceeds from the Escondido Tamale Festival will be used to promote
Historic Downtown Escondido as a shopping, dining and entertainment district.
The Escondido Tamale Festival is a celebration of Tamales and all the great Latin foods that have become iconic staples of California's culture. It's a look back at the history of the Spanish and Mexican settlers who have influenced and contributed so much to our multicultural community, and a show of appreciation for the traditions which have so positively affected Escondido. Mark your calendars and come to Escondido in North San Diego County on 11/5/16 from 11am-5pm for some traditional fun and the best tamales in Southern California!
CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Living with Muertos / Viviendo con la Muerte
A Día de los Muertos Experience by Daniel F. Martinez
Entrance is Free or "Pay What You Can"
Saturday, November 5, 2016 only
ESCONDIDO TAMALE FESTIVAL
Local artist Daniel F. Martinez reflects on 27 years of vibrant, multimedia art-making focused on reinventing, recycling, and honoring the past. A special altar to late Chicana activist and wife of Cesar Chàvez, Helen Fabela Chàvez and her work with the United Farm Workers of America.