This weekend, there are TWO fun festivals going on that we want to tell you about! One is Mexican Fest at Summerfest grounds and the other is St. James Parish Festival in Mukwonago. Scroll down to find out what you can expect at these festivals.
All weekend, you can expect live music, spectacular live entertainment and amazing food that celebrates Mexican culture at Summerfest grounds. The opening ceremony for Mexican Fiesta begins Friday, August 25th at 5 p.m. Don’t miss your chance to see Colors by American GI Forum-WI, the United States of America Anthem performed by Gabriela Ocon, the Mexican Anthem performed by Salvador Villanueva, and the official announcement of Ms. Mexican Fiesta Ambassador 2017-2018.
Are you ready to bust a move? Throughout the festival, there will be amateur dance competitions, including salsa and bachata. Even if you’re not much of a dancer, it’ll be fascinating to watch these performers. If dancing isn’t your thing, there will be tons of food options cooking up classic Mexican food. Click here to get ticket information for Mexican Fiesta!
If you’re in the mood for a carnival-type festival instead, head on over to St. James Parish Festival. This festival is located at 830 E. Veterans Way (Hwy NN) in Mukwonago. The 3-day event kicks off on Friday night with a Fish Fry, followed by fireworks!
You can expect to find kids’ games, including inflatables plus more, a book booth, a beer tent, live entertainment, and lots of prizes to win! The Raffle Grand Prize is $25,000 toward your choice of vehicle from Lynch of Mukwonago or $20,000 cash! Don’t say “Oh, I never win” because it could be YOU walking away with one of those fabulous prizes! For more information, head to the festival’s website. See you there!