Wall Street Plaza offers traditional American Cinco de Mayo fun for two straight days


Wall Street Plaza was basically made for Cinco de Mayo. They combine live music, drink specials, bull riding, piñatas, fake mustaches and sombreros into a melting pot of cultural stereotypes and stretch it out for two whole days.

4 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. Saturday; Wall St. Plaza, Wall and Court streets; free; wallstplaza.net


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