2019 Raleigh Tamale Festival Sponsorship Packages
October 5, 2019
2:00 pm-6:00 pm
Dorothea Dix Park
2105 Umstead Dr., Raleigh, NC 27603
Sponsorship Space Opportunities
We are currently seeking sponsorships for the 2019 Raleigh Tamale Festival. Whether providing information about your services or selling your product, as a sponsor you will have the opportunity to market to a diverse population within the local Hispanic community and beyond.
About the Raleigh Tamale Festival
Join us in a celebration of the Latino culture at our 2019 Raleigh Tamale Festival. This free event is open to the public and will include activities such as authentic performances from local groups, games and activities for the kids, Latin dance lessons, local art exhibits, community resources, retail vendors, food vendors and a food truck & amateur tamale competition and of course a wide variety of tamales to purchase representing many different Latin American countries.
Celebrating its 11th year, the Raleigh Tamale Festival is excited to be moving to a new location at Dorothea Dix Park! Located in West Raleigh with easy access to Interstate 40, NC State University, and the PNC Arena, Dorothea Dix Park is Raleigh’s largest city park and Home of one of the most exciting new park projects in America. The 308-acre site blends historic architecture and rich landscapes into a unique destination in the heart of Raleigh. Additionally, it has stunning views of the downtown skyline, easy access to public transportation, and ample parking. In October 2018, Fall Fest was held at Dorothea Dix Park, and had almost 5,000 people in attendance. This past April, the Adult Easter Egg Hunt had 20,000 participants. We are sure that this venue will be the ideal space to showcase our Latino community.
10% of the Wake County Population is Hispanic/Latino. With Hispanics from all over North Carolina attending the festival, it’s an outstanding opportunity to reach the Latino population about your services and products. In 2018, 75% of the attendees identified as Hispanic/ Latino with remaining attendees comprising of a diverse mix of ethnicities. The festival boasts multi-generational participation consisting predominantly of families with multiple children. Last year’s festival attendance was more than 2,700 people from 51 different towns in North Carolina and seven different states. This year we anticipate 5000 in attendance with a demographically diverse group of attendees.
For more information contact Karla Bonilla, Karla.email@example.com (919)831-6895.