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2018 Fiesta Queen Pageant

Application deadline is Friday, May 5, 2018


For complete application information please visit 2018 Colorado State Fair Fiesta Queen Pageant Application Page.
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Fiesta Day 2018

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This year, Fiesta Day will be celebrated Sunday, September 2, 2018 at the Colorado State Fair!
Since 1967, Fiesta Day has been a celebration of Hispanic culture in Colorado. 2017 is the 51st Fiesta Day at the Colorado State Fair. Fiesta Day kicks off with the Fiesta Day Parade and continues throughout the day on the Fairgrounds. Highlights include music, dancing, art, and presentation of the Fiesta Queen. Schedules will be posted as they become available
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Fiesta Day Parade

The Colorado State Fair Fiesta Day Parade, sponsored by the Colorado State Fair Fiesta Committee, is celebrating over 50 years of culture and character. Don’t miss this exciting display of Mexican bands, costumes, vehicles and the Fiesta Queen!

Awards

Most Traditional, Judges' Choice, Most Creative, Best Fitting Parade Theme, Best Costumes
Parade Awards (announced at the Coke Stage during the Queen and Court performance):
School Spirit, Marching Unit, Saddle Club, Custom Vehicle, and Best Presentation by a Band

Fiesta Day Entertainment Information

2018 Fiesta Day Entertainment

STAY TUNED for more details

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Committee Information

The CSF Fiesta Committee is made up of a five-member Executive Board that provides information and proposals to the general assembly for approval. The general assembly consists of volunteer Fiesta Committee members who attend monthly meetings to plan, implement, and review events throughout the year to promote the Hispanic culture throughout the state of Colorado. There are guidelines on voting status and incentives for participation that can be discussed with any member of the Executive Board.
The Executive Board is made up of the Coordinator (three-year term), the Secretary (two-year term), the Treasurer (one-year term), and two Executive Board members (one-year term) nominated from the General Assembly. The Executive Board is selected in January and takes office in February.
As of early 2018, the Fiesta Committee is undergoing a reorganization and restructuring in collaboration with the Latino Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation.
Interim Coordinator: Mary Lou Martinez
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