Celebration Features Latin American Dance and Musical Performances
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport will host a series of musical performances in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15. Passengers traveling through the airport terminals will be treated to music and dance that reflects the diverse culture of the Hispanic people.
“Many cultures make up the strong fabric of a great nation we celebrate throughout the year in our airports,” said Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer Jerome L. Davis. “From store owners to valued business partners, the contributions of the Hispanic community to the airport experience run deep. It is with great enthusiasm and deep appreciation that we share in this celebration with our passengers.”
Reagan National Performance Schedule
Wednesdays from 12:00 - 2 p.m. opposite Il Viaggio restaurant in National Hall)
- September 20: T Trifilio Tango (Argentinian music)
- September 27: Papalca (Peruvian dance and music)
- October 4: Cecilia Esquivel of Canto Sur (folk music)
- October 11: Los Quetzales (Mexican dance)
Dulles International Performance Schedule
Thursdays from 12:00 - 2 p.m. on Ticketing (upper) level
- September 21: T Trifilio Tango (Argentinian music)
- September 28: Papalca (Peruvian dance and music)
- October 5: Cecilia Esquivel of Canto Sur (folk music)
- October 12: Los Quetzales (Mexican dance)
Media wishing to cover the performances should contact the Airports Authority Media Relations office.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority operates Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport, the Dulles Airport Access Highway and the Dulles Toll Road and also manages construction of the Silver Line project, a 23-mile extension of the Washington region’s Metrorail public transit system through Fairfax County and into Loudoun County, Virginia. More than 45 million passengers a year pass through the two airports. The Airports Authority generates more than 387,000 jobs in the National Capital Region.