FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the details of Fiesta in the Park?
Spring Fiesta and Fall Fiesta are two separate, two-day events held at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando. The event begins at 10am each morning and ends at 5pm each evening.
You will receive an information packet prior to the event, called a client kit that will have all relevant event information, load-in times, on-site contact numbers and directions to the park.
When is Spring Fiesta?
Spring Fiesta in the Park is held on the first weekend of April, unless Easter falls on the first weekend. If so, we will move Fiesta in the Park back by one week to the second full weekend of April as a courtesy to the local churches.
When is Fall Fiesta?
Fall Fiesta in the Park is held on the first full weekend in November.
How many people attend Spring Fiesta in the Park?
Over a two-day duration, the Orlando Police Department estimates 150,000 people walk through the event.
How many people attend Fall Fiesta in the Park?
Over a two-day duration, the Orlando Police Department estimates 250,000 people walk through the event. Fall Fiesta in the Park draws more people annually than the Super Bowl, Daytona 500 and Austin City Limits. It is the largest annual event in Orlando!
Can I bring my pet?
Yes! Fiesta in the Park is a pet friendly festival.
What demographic does this event touch in the Orlando market?
The Fiesta in the Park series mirrors the Orlando market in race and age with approximately 25% Hispanic and 15% African American populations. Primary age demo is 25-65 single and married couples living in the greater Orlando area.
How can my company stand out from the rest at Fiesta in the Park?
We offer free brainstorming and creative sessions to find what works best for you. We can also offer staffing, and can fully activate your marketing displays and interactive booths on-site, if needed.
How many other corporate clients participate in the Fiesta series, and who?
Cox Events Group caps this number at 40, with a quarter of those spots held specifically for high level sponsorship. Compare this to the amount of artists, crafters and food vendors (near 400 for Fall Fiesta and near 300 for Spring Fiesta), and your company stands alone with only a handful of other corporate clients throughout the park.
How is Fiesta in the Park advertised?
Comprehensive print and electronic digital media will be used to promote the festival in addition to print media, radio, television and social media. Artists who apply early may be showcased in media spots.
What time can artists come setup their booth?
Setup hours are 6-8pm Friday before the event OR 7-9am Saturday of the event.