The First Latin Music & Food Festival of the Palm Beaches Has...

The First Latin Music & Food Festival of the Palm Beaches Has Arrived!

The festival will take place September 17 and 18 at South Florida Fair Expo Center. Here's all information about tickets, the lineup, schedule of events and much more.

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This is great news: the very first Latin Music and Food Festival of the Palm Beaches will take place in West Palm Beach in the coming month of September. The event is a celebration to kick-off the Hispanic Heritage month and will feature music, food, culture and a variety of family fun activities.

The South Florida Fair and Hispanic Chamber of Palm Beach County have joined together to produce the festival. In a recent conversation with the Executive Director of the Hispanic Chamber Maria Antuna, she expressed the excitement and cultural opportunities the event will help consolidate in local communities of Palm Beach County. “This indoor festival promises to be the best of its kind in South Florida with live music concerts, folkloric dances and performances, food, rides for adults, kiddie rides and more”, said Antuna.

The Latin Music and Food Festival of the Palm Beaches —presented by Ford— will take place on September 17 and 18 at the South Florida Fair Expo Center. Advance discount tickets are on sale on now!

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Ticket Information:
$15 in advance (now through September 16 only); $20 at the Gate
Kids: $5 in advance (6-11 years old; 5 and under, Free); $8 at the Gate
VIP Tickets: $400 per day (includes a table of 8 persons)
VIP Individual seat is $60 per person, per day.

Here’s the Latin Music and Food Festival lineup…

The LMFF of the Palm Beaches is a festival for the people, a genuine celebration of great music. Headlining this year Tito Puente Jr – the son of legendary mambo musician Tito Puente (An American mambo musician and Latin jazz composer, winner of five Grammy Awards and one Latin Grammy Award); Angel y Kriz – a Puerto Rican reggaeton duo of high-impact performance and internationally renowned salsa music singers Eddie Santiago from Puerto Rico and Jose Alberto el Canario from Dominican Republic.

Other popular genres of Latin American music —Bachata, Merengue, Vallenato, Norteño, Folklore, Guacharaca, Cumbia and Son— will also be present during the 2-days festival, featuring performances by Xtreme, Fulanito, El Principe Kalvyn, Kikinpacha, La Esencial K-torce, The 5 Locos, Vallenato de Rafa Vargas and Yoskar Sarante.

Here’s music by participating artists to warm up for the festival…

The festival celebrates the great music, culinary traditions and culture of Latin American countries. Bringing this caliber of Hispanic artists together at a festival for incredible performances will be an experience you can’t see anywhere else.

More information about Tickets, Parking, Food Vendors, Entertainment Activities, Contests, additional activities and music schedule will be announced in the coming days at the event’s main website: www.latinfestivalpb.com. For more information you may also contact the South Florida Fair at (561) 793-0333 or email fairnews@southfloridafair.com.

 

 

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