La Fiesta de Tulsa celebrates Latin and Hispanic cultures

The annual festival at The Gathering Place celebrates Latin and Hispanic cultures through art, dance, music, food and more.

Along the King Post Bridge are flags representing Latin American countries. Photo by Anna Fuhrmeister.
Comida, Sol, Y Vida, (translates loosely to food, sun, and life) a food truck that provides Latin dishes for the public at La Fiesta de Tulsa. Photo by Anna Fuhrmeister.
Out of the multiple vendors, Hilo De Amor, a small locally owned Latin business showcases its Mexican merchandise. Photo by Anna Fuhrmeister.
Ballet Folklorico Sol Azteca company performed traditional Mexican dances at La Fiesta de Tulsa. Photo by Anna Fuhrmeister.
Presenting the evening’s festivities are locals Isabel Perozo and Juan Miret. As described by The Gathering Place, “Isabel and Juan play a huge role in Tulsa’s Hispanic and Latino community and continue to make Tulsa a more equitable place for all!” Photo by Anna Fuhrmeister.