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Entry: For entry to the main fiesta in the Vaults underneath Waterloo station you need a ticket (buy below), which gets you access to all the entertainment including DJs, bands, art exhibitions, Mexican shrines, Lucha Libre wrestling and much more. This part of the festival is for over 18s only, and you will need ID if you’re lucky enough to be looking youthful and fresh faced!
Our Land of the Remembered Mexican Market – outside the Vaults in the Leake Street tunnel – does not require a ticket or paid entry, so you can join us to browse and buy some street food snacks even if you aren’t planning to attend the main festival. This part of the festival is family friendly, so revelers of all ages can come along to enjoy the market, music, parade and general good vibes.
Music: inside the main fiesta in the Vaults, Centavrvs & Los Chinches play every night whilst The Indios headline on Thursday, Orkesta Mendoza on Friday and Family Atlantica on Saturday. Read more here.
Food and drinks: are available to purchase on the day from the Leake Street market area with the tasty treats from street food stalls run by Wahaca, DF Mexico, Bob’s Lobster, Patty & Bun and Annie Mae’s infamous mac and cheese. Entry to Santiago’s supper club requires booking and pre-paying, and spaces are limited, so make sure to bag a place.