As a part of Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, D.C. United today announced details for “Noche Latina” at RFK Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 12, as the team takes on the Philadelphia Union at 7 p.m. The festival will take place from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Lot 8 of RFK Stadium. AT&T, Parts Authority, Shoppers and Volkswagen will present the eighth consecutive event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.
“We're excited to host this event alongside corporate partners for the eighth straight year for our Hispanic fanbase,” said D.C. United Manager of Corporate Partnerships Maureen Dowling. “We're honored to put on a special night to support Hispanic Heritage Month, and we hope our fans enjoy the festive atmosphere.”
Noche Latina is a great opportunity for fans to celebrate the culture, music, cuisine and sport of the Hispanic Heritage. The event is free and open to the public and will feature musical performances by Orphan Eyes and Jicky Joe as well as a performance by Arthur Murray Dance Studio. Local vendors will be onsite serving authentic Hispanic food, and following the festivities, the public is encouraged to cheer on the Black-and-Red.
Tickets can be purchased here, including a special “Have a Corona on Us” package – presented by Outback Steakhouse and Corona – which includes two tickets and two Coronas for $44.