Utica International Day at Hanna Park


The City of Utica has been known to be a melting pot of people that have come from all over the world to call Central NY their home. You can drive down any street on any given day and see people coming together with their love of food, music and culture. Utica is known for their scrumptious delights and they have it all: Italian, Bosnian, Mexican, Chinese, Spanish to just name a few; and a day has been created to showcase their cuisine along with cultural pride – that day is Utica International Day. The event takes place from Noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16 at Hanna Park located at 1 Kennedy Plaza in Utica.

Come out an experience the love that people have for their community and culture. There will be music all day, delicious cuisine from different places, performance art, crafty items to purchase and so much more. BB Designs will also be providing the paint to create an artistic expression of art on your arms, hands and faces for children or adults. Tickets are only $3 in advance and can be purchased online at http://iloveuticany.com/product/uticas-international-day-admission/. Please note the tickets go up to $5 at the gate. Children younger than 12 are free.


The Jamie Fox All-Star Band
The Human Element
Joe Macri and The Blue Suede Shoes
Brothers and Company
Mutt Farm
Joe Sweet


Irish Cultural Center
Polish Community Center
Utica Refugee Center
The House of the Good Shepherd “The Shepherd Drummers”
The Children’s Museum
Mohawk Valley Latino Association


Art & Culture
4 Elements Studio Free Art Show
Live Art – by Tony Thompson and Tino Lopez
Various Crafters
Performance Art
Tarot Card Readings
Tons of food made in Utica
Dance Ensembles
Live Art Wall


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