I didn't see that if kids are 9 years old or younger they are free. I brought an extra set of tickets for no reason. I just needed to buy 2 sets.
great time and food and drink.
If you want to see music and dancing wait till after 4 PM to go on a Sunday.
Come later in the day, when it cools down, and the people come out! Great people watching - everyone dancing! Food is phenomenal!
Live music didn't start until later in the afternoon. Not much to do during the day.
Food was excellent and well priced!!
Had really gotten smaller and smaller over the past few years. This year was really subpar
From Our Editors
Everyone who knew José Ruiz knew him as a man of many facets. He was a great supporter of the arts, a social activist, a music-lover whose life was filled with the sounds of cumbia, mariachi, bachata, and merengue; and a civic leader who held such positions as Director of the Governor Commission on Hispanic Affairs. He founded Baltimore's Latino Fest in 1980, which reflects the arts, music, and traditions of Latin America. Ruiz may have passed away in 2006, but his dream lives on in this annual festival celebrating the city's diverse Latino community.
36th Annual Latino Fest