Totonacapan traditional dances
Bear witness to the participation of around 1,200 Totonac dancers, representing at least 60 groups of dancers. There will be dances from Papantla, Coatzintla, Espinal, Coxquihui, Chumatlan, Zozocolco, Coyutla, Filomeno Mata, Coahuitlán and Mecatlán, among others.
Deepen in the community art through the codices that present some Totonaca population. They will share the story of how they came to the festival, how their bonds and challenges have come about and how their dance has been rethought over time in the framework of Cumbre Tajín.
Exhibition of traditional dances' costumes
Learn about the research work to save the original dress of the Totonacapan dances. You will be part of the recovery process to resignify, the history, the elements and the symbols of the original costumes, through an exhibition of the traditional costumes of the Totonacapan dances.