Meet Our Artists

Ronald Caicedo

Sara Quetzalli

Meet Our Team

Yulissa Campos

Event coordinator, Ay Caramba Artistic Director

Celeste Nuñez

Event coordinator, Yunta Project Manager

Jessica Vargas

Event Planning and Decoration

Kiela Caudillo

Event Planning and Artist Outreach

Juliana Solano

Yunta Project Coordinator

Ana Azevedo

Volunteer Coordinator

Being the first of its kind to be celebrated in Saskatchewan, the Yunta festival will stir a sense of belonging and deepen connection among the Latinx community residing in Saskatoon.

Yunta festival will create awareness for the Latinx culture thereby increasing the knowledge and appreciation of cultural diversity in Saskatoon.

Youth of Saskatoon’s Latinx community will take pride in their cultural heritage and are inspired to get involved and create more community-based projects showcasing their culture.


About the festival

About us

Ay, Caramba Theatre was founded in 2018 by Yulissa Campos. As IBPOC professional artist and emerging playwright/producer Yulissa have always strived to find plays that represent the stories of minorities.

Ay, Caramba! premiered in 2019 its first show called I, Frida which was positively received by critics at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival, Frida was selected to be part of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival in January 2021 and received international acclaim. Other successful projects are: Trapped (Short Cuts Festival Online 2020 & the National Theatre School, SUM The-atre 2019) and The Ungrateful Immigrant (This Is Not That Festival by 25th Street Theatre).

Ay Caramba’s artistic vision exists to represent those without a voice, create inspiring, entertainment and storytelling that tran-scends cultural boundaries, and embraces diversity on stage that is accessible to all. Ay Caramba’s artistic practice for future works is to decolonize the use of mainstream English storytelling


Our Sponsoring Organization

The Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc (TAYFFI) is a Saskatoon-based non-profit organization that provides support services for youth and families, especially members of vulnerable populations, in order that they become engaged and contributing members of their respective communities.

The Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc (TAYFFI) is committed to reinforcing collective consciousness on civic engagement, fostering social inclusion, promoting intercultural learning, and building new relationships among members of the Indigenous, Newcomer, and Ethnocultural communities across the Greater Saskatoon communities.

Brought to you with funding assistance from SaskCulture Inc., thanks to the Sask Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation.”



YUNTA Latinx Festival prioritizes the health and safety of its attendees. To ensure that our event is safe,  we will be following all the measures and protocols implemented by the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

  • Mandatory Masking Indoor Public Spaces
  • Proof of Vaccination*
  • Negative Covid Test no more than 48 hrs old (ONLY IF YOU DO NOT HAVE PROOF OF VACCINATION)

*(Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the proof of vaccination or negative test requirement

Additionally, we will be serving packed food, sanitize constantly during the event, and will be hosting our event at a reduced capacity. 

**The Ay,Caramba! Theatre does not bear any responsibility for your conduct at the event.