Programs: Día del Niño

Our 2019 Festival featured:


Circus • Aerial • Painting • Music • Dance • Murals • Puppetry • Animation • Embossed Metal Repujados • Piñata Making • Stencils • Mask Making • Flamenco • Clay • Beadwork • Drawing • Paper Making • Scrapbooking • Loteria Cards • Button Making • Indigenous Instruments • Coloring • Bubbles • Ojos de Dios/God's Eye


Trio Ellas • Twinkle Time • Nathalia • Mariachi Los Santos • Ballet Folklorico Fraternidad de Bolivia • Save Our Youth Music and Dance • Claudia de la Cruz Flamenco Institute • Mariachi Juvenil Herencia Michoacana • The Learning Spot Dance Academy • International Peace Choir • Calle 4 Cumbia • Santa Ana High School Theater Arts Conservatory • Emily Bahena • Trishala Parthasarathi • OCCTAC Dance and Children's Music Variety • RHYTHMO Mariachi Kids • Club Tecuanes Puebla Danza del Jaguar • Ballet Folklorico Pilares de Mexico • Estudiantina Angeles de California • Club Oaxaca USA Mojiganga

See a glimpse of 2018's Día del Niño!

OC Día del Niño/Day of the Child is a free family arts festival that celebrates children, develops their natural creativity and inspires lifelong participation in the arts. Now in its 9th year, OC Día del Niño features two days of fun and interactive activities and performances by professional artists, arts organizations, schools and community groups that can be enjoyed by the whole family and children of all ages and skill levels.

The 2020 OC Día del Niño festival will take place on Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19 at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa from 10am-5pm.

The 2020 OC Día del Niño festival is presented by Arts OC, Media Arts Santa Ana (MASA) and the OC Fair & Event Center Imaginology. OC Día del Niño is part of Arts OC's month-long countywide Imagination Celebration and is made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council and Wells Fargo.

The OC Fair & Event Center is located at 88 Fair Drive in Costa Mesa. Admission is free and parking is $8. The event is easily accessible from the 55, 405 and 73 freeways and from the OCTA 47, 55 and 178 bus lines. For more information, visit, email or call 714-556-5160.


2019's Día del Niño!

Highlights of Past Years' Festivals