Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month By Playing DTPHX Lotería
Explore new places, discover local businesses, and appreciate some cool, Mexican-inspired art.
Play the Game: October 6 – October 15, 2023
Kickoff Event: Friday, October 6 from 6-8 p.m. at Xico, Inc. (829 N 1st Ave).
How To Play
Part art walk, part game, part urban adventure, participating in DTPHX Lotería is an easy and fun activity for the whole family. Just pick up a “tabla” (Bingo-like playing card) at any participating downtown business, or from a DTPHX Ambassador.
Each tabla will feature 16 Downtown businesses depicted Lotería style — a colorfully-illustrated card symbolizing the location. Once you find the card that corresponds with the business (the artist-designed poster will be visible from the exterior), go inside and get your DTPHX sticker from an employee.
How To Win
Players who get four across, in a row, diagonal, or a two-by-two box (4 images) anywhere on the tabla get a commemorative enamel pin.
Fill the entire card to get an exclusive Downtown Phoenix-themed Lotería game to take home!
How to claim your prize:
Stop by the Downtown Phoenix Information Center at CityScape Phoenix anytime between Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., from Oct. 9-23, located at 1 E. Washington St., Ste. 230. Available while supplies last.
2023 Featured Artists
DTPHX Lotería is in partnership with PCA Member XICO, the renowned cultural institution serving Latino and Indigenous artists.
This year, Downtown Phoenix Inc. has collaborated with 20 local artists and illustrators to reimagine the iconic Lotería game for downtown. Featured artists include: Cora Quiroz, Jonathan Ortiz “Con Safos Illustrations,” Chroma, Hyde Groat, Julian “Miraj” Miranda Jr., Veronica Verdugo, Stephanie Guillermina Castro, Jon Garza, Jacinda Rousseve-Vidrio, Blanca Garcia, Cassandra Ledezma, Laura “Laurie|LaLa Blue,” Muta Vision, Jordan Hazekamp, José Maciel, Ana Isabel Villareal, Carlos Valencia, Jeanette Aguilar Rocha (Lady Rise), Maria Madrid Reed, Agustin Vargas, Samantha Lopez, and Savannah Stegall.
Poster design by: Quinn Murphy / Hamster Labs