The outdoor fiesta included food and craft vendors, an area for dancing, free games, piñatas, activities for children, and several contests for adults. The Brownwood Art Association Spring Show at Cinco was be in The Vault and the Passion for Trucks Show was in parking lot across from Tr3s Leches.
The Homemade Salsa Contest was sponsored by Tr3s Leches Bakery. In the Professional Salsa Contest, the public voted for their favorite salsa, provided by several local restaurants. Several downtown businesses competed in the Window Decorating Contest sponsored by Spa de la Terre, and there was a Jalapeño Eating Contest and a Grito Contest at the end of the evening.
Free performances in the Lyric Theatre featured Mariachi El Romance and México 2000 Ballet Folklórico, presented by the Law Office of Natalia Lopez and Constancio Welding. There was also live performances by A.M.P (art.music.people) in Pat Coursey Park and demonstrations in the streets by the Early Belles, Matachines de Sta. Maria Reina de la Paz, MX Matrix Cheer and Dance, and Solo Fitness Zumba.