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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Louisville is hosting a big party for Cinco de Mayo, which happens the day after the Kentucky Derby.
Cinco at Fourth Street Live will feature music and traditional dances. Community groups will also have booths set up.
As Mayor Greg Fischer explains, "We're a growing international city. Our Latino population is the number one international population -- Mexican-Americans, it's only right that we're able to celebrate with them a great festival that's based on the great history of Mexico."
The event is also a fundraiser. The money raised will benefit the Wesley House.