Event: Feria de la Hispanidad
Place: Laredo Energy Arena, 6700 Arena Drive
Date: October 14-16, 2016
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Sunday close at 7 p.m.)
Celebrate our Hispanic Heritage us!
The Festival’s mission is to celebrate Hispanic traditions and customs of all Spanish-speaking countries. Here you will find vendors from all over Mexico and various countries in Central America and South America.Soak up our wonderful culture
Our craftsmen bring an extensive array of authentic products you can hardly find elsewhere in the United States. During the festival you will have the chance to try the most delicious Mexican dishes and taste the best quality of cheese, sauces, traditional Mexican candy, toast, honey, sweet bread, and many other things.
Among the activities of the festival are workshops by our very own craftsmen, where you will learn to make arts & crafts and create original items and decorations you can use to start crossing off gifts from your Christmas list. All activities and workshops in the festival are free.
We will have different presentations on our stage like musical numbers, dance and theater including folkloric ballet, contemporary, Flamenco dance and other traditional Mexican rituals.We accept requests
If there is a product, craft or food in particular that you wish you could get in Feria de la Hispanidad send an email to TexasFair@FeriadelaHispanidad.com and we promise to try our best to bring it.
Who can exhibit?
The event is open to all countries, state or municipal entities of all Spanish-speaking countries, as well as independent artisans wishing to exhibit, promote or sell their handmade products in Laredo, Texas. Participants must have the necessary documentation for it and all applications and pre-registrations are subject to the final approval of the Organizing Committee under the approved general regulations.
We welcome all products made in any Spanish-speaking countries, which means that products must be manufactured in a country where Spanish is the official language. That said, it is forbidden to display American or European brands (except for Spanish brands), replica brand items like bags, watches and clothing. For more information on permitted products please consult the regulations and if you have any doubts about the acceptance of your product you can send an email to TexasFair@FeriadelaHispanidad.com
Procedures and rules
Please download the Exhibitor’s Manual and read it carefully before applying for pre-registration, since once registered, You and / or the company you represent, accept the Official Rules and Event Accession Agreement downloadable from the same site and that may be modified at any time up to even during the event itself, a copy of the regulation will be sent to all participants at the time of registration and if any changes are made we will forward you an electronic notification. Acceptance of Contract and Regulations are required to participate in the event and the contract is for accession to its final completion.
The Exhibitor Manual contains regulations and important information for before, during and after the event.
Adhesion Contract for 2016
Exhibitor's SuggestionsThe website accepts payments with any Credit Card or Debit Card.
The event fee is not refundable in case that the products to display or sell do not meet the official requirements and the merchandise cannot enter the premises on time, for more details before making your payment send an email and it will be answered within 48 hours.
The event is not responsible for the merchandise, or damage incurred by cancellation of any kind, legal impossibility of their merchandise involved in the event or if any authority refused entry to the country of the same event or venue.
We will have over 160 booths with Hispanic arts & crafts from different countries
You can register as a wholesaler by sending us an email to TexasFair@FeriadelaHispanidad.com with your contact information, and we will keep you up to date about the products and exhibitors attending this and other similar festivals.
These are some of the products you will find at the Feria de la Hispanidad
Instituto de Investigación y Fomento de las Artesanías del Edo. de México (IFAEM). - Arts and crafts from Mexico City.
Mardi Love. - Hand bags and jewelry.
Asoc. de Artesanos de Coahuila AC. - Handcrafts from Coahuila.
Grupo Ecuador. - Men’s clothing, hats, scarfs, sweaters, dream catchers backpacks, earrings form Ecuador.
German Ascanta y Luis Mila Burga. - Traditional clothing.
Humberto Ascanta. - Traditional clothing.
Fundación San Cristobal. - Artisan stones and charms.
Caval Wester Imports Inc. - Leather booths for women, men and children.
Distribuidora del Norte. - Paintings and jewelry.
Siknal/Dekiari. - Sandals and shoes/Aromatherapy.
FONDESO. - Handmade clothing.
DEAIMEE Products. - Leather products, belts and wallets.
Frutland SA de CV. - Guava candy.
Ecology Crafts. - Hand crafts in leather, Wood and crystals.
El Recetario de Naty. - Gourmet Mole from Puebla.
Galeana/De la Pila, Graciano/Enrique. - Silver jewelry.
El Arte de las Mantas. - Handcrafts from Michoacan.
PANIFICADORA BUSTAMANTE. - Sweet bread, semitas and empanadas (pineapple and piloncillo with pecan).
Dulces El Porvenir. - Mexican candies.
Coqueterias Mexicanas. - Hand bags, shoes and hats made out of organic materials.
Iliyujen. - Soap, shampoo, deodorants, henna, beauty products.
Tostypractyc. - Corn chalupas.
Productos El Paisano. - Traditional Mexican candy.
Pentagraf. - Tacos of cochinita, habanero sauce pan de muerto (sweet bread).
Red Nacional de Mujeres Rurales, AC. - Organic coffee, soap, textiles, accessories honey and handcrafts products.
Rebozos Tenancingo. - Rebozos.
Comercializadora Lopza SA de CV. - Beauty hair products.
The Steel-Toe Store. - Safety & Work Boots.
Noyma Joyería. - Fine jewelry.
El Salvador Artesanías. - Handcrafts from El Salvador.
Joyería en plata. - Gold and silver jewelry.
Luz de Plata. - Silver jewelry.
PINITAS Gorditas de azúcar. - Sweet gorditas.
Shanna’s. - Silver and gold jewelry leather hand bags and Mexican handcrafts.
Artesanías Sol y Luna. - Handcrafts from Teotihuacan.
Fran Juan de San Miguel. - Religious art and oil paintings.
Panadería La Reyna. - Pulque bread.
Arte Romark. - Handcraft textiles, wood and Mexican accessories.
La Querencia. - Snacks.
Sopes y Gorditas Mexicanas. - Sopes and Gorditas.
GRUPO QUIRO DE MEXICO. - Mexican candies made out of milk and nuts.
La Negrita. - Sweepers, mops and kitchen pots.
El Mueble Clásico de Guadalajara. - Living room furniture, bookshelves, bars and Hotel furniture.
Difusión Cultural de Bolivia. - Hand craft knitting alpaca, ceramics, wood carvings and cotton textiles.
Ecology Crafts. - Corn leaf.
Samantha's Arts & Masks. - Novelties, leather bracelets, Antique keys.
Cavazos Art. - Religious art.
Mole Albinita. - Five mole flavors, pipian and pinole.
Casa de los Siete Arcángeles. - Simbolic handcrafts.
Dulces Alsi. - Artisanal candy, Mexican snacks.
Centro Artesanal Mexicano. - Handcrafts.
Adriana's. - Mexican handcrafts.
Elaboradora y Comercializadora de Alimento Valte. - Sauces and snacks.
Tostadas Horneadas Maralmi. - Mexican Tostadas.
Grupo Chervatin. - Flaxseed with fruit and honey.
Elizabeth Danhe diseños. - Jewelry, hand painted ceramics.
The Organizing Committee has reserved special rates for exhibitors and brokers. When making your hotel reservation please mention that you are attending Feria de la Hispanidad.
These lists are currently being updated and the updated lists are due to be published shortly.
Laredo Airport La Quinta Inns & Suites
7220 Bob Bullock Loop Laredo, TX 78041
Single and Double occupancy: $96.00 plus tax. Hot breakfast is provided.
Laredo, Tx #4357 NWQ of Loop 20 and Rosson Street 7124 Rosson Lane Laredo, TX 78041
Call: (956) 568-0646. Ruth Garcia Gerente General
Grand opening was on February 2004.
Double occupancy: $57 plus tax