"It's a really great way for those who are not of Hispanic descent to come out and try new foods, try new dances, listen to different kinds of music that they're not familiar with," says Kelsey Barnhart, event coordinator.
Lorena Hernanandez has been providing food for the festival for many years, she says the most popular dishes are tacos, tamales and burritos.
"My aunt always does a variety of foods so we never know exactly what she's going to put up there so this year I think it's going to be a surprise and be something new," says Anahi Mondrajon, Hernandez's niece.
Although this food may be easy to eat, it's not always easy to make.
"To me food is very very important at any event you always want really good food,"
Vendors prepare months in advance for the big day. They say cooking is like an art, their dish being their canvas.
"They can really get an experience of where we're from the food that we provide for them," says Mondrajon.
"I still dance as much as I possibly can I just love everything about the Hispanic culture," says Barnhart.
The event will kick off at noon Sunday at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg.
There will be free Zumba classes, concerts and other activities.