Revolutionary Figures Art Exhibit (Bronx, NY)
Aug
23
to Sep 21

Revolutionary Figures Art Exhibit (Bronx, NY)

“Revolutionary Figures” Art Exhibit featuring world figures who made significant contributions to society. Featuring the artwork of PRIDA member Luis Cordero Santoni, Former member of El Comité - MINP and Carlito Rovira, Former member of the Young Lords Party. Portions of the proceeds of this exhibit will be donated to the struggle to free Mumia Abu-Jama.

Opening Reception: Friday August 23rd 2019 (Exhibit runs until September 21st 2019)

Time: 6:00pm

Location: Boricua College 890 Washington Ave, The Bronx, NY 10451

Contact Artist Luis Cordero for more info HERE



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Encuentro Nacional de Santeros (Orocovis, PR)
Dec
15
9:00 AM09:00

Encuentro Nacional de Santeros (Orocovis, PR)

Held consecutively for over 30 years, this festival brings together over 100 of Puerto Rico's best artisan woodcarvers, specifically those devoted to solely carving wooden santos (saints). The festival will feature live music, food kiosks, and the traditional artisan market. Make a day-trip out of the festival and explore the town that is known for its local delicacy known aslonganiza, the island's own version of Spanish chorizo.

December 15th 2019 / 9:00am - 6:00pm

Location:

Museo Orocoveño Celestino Avilés Meléndez , Orocovis, PR

Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/museocelestinoaviles/

MAP/DIRECTIONS

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Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastián (San Juan, PR)
Jan
15
to Jan 19

Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastián (San Juan, PR)

Puerto Rico's largest and most concurred festival, the Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastián are the unofficial closing to the longest holiday season in the world. During the multi-day celebrations, Old San Juan is completely taken over by live music, impromptu dancing in every street corner, and even circus performances! During the daytime, plazas and the Cuartel de Ballajá are filled with local artists and artisans, showcasing and selling everything from paintings to hand-made jewelry. 

Location:

Calle San Sebastián | Old San Juan | San Juan, PR

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Carnaval Ponceño (Ponce, PR)
Feb
21
to Feb 25

Carnaval Ponceño (Ponce, PR)

An annual carnival that has been celebrated in the town of Ponce for over 160 consecutive years. The carnival is brought to life by vejigantes (a local folk character that wears a colorful papier-mâché mask and multicolor jumpsuits). The colorful carnival parade includes the appearance of King Momo and the coronation of the Carnival Queen, a masquerade ball, and the Burial of the Sardine, a simulated funeral marking the beginning of Lent.

Carnaval Ponceño

Location:

Ponce, PR

GET DIRECTIONS 

February 21, 2020 - February 25, 2020 : DAILY

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33rd Annual Bronx Puerto Rican Parade (Bronx, NY)
Sep
14
11:00 AM11:00

33rd Annual Bronx Puerto Rican Parade (Bronx, NY)

The Bronx is known as “El Condado De La Salsa”, where only the strong survive! There are over 300,000 Puerto Ricans, the largest minority group in the Borough and The largest group of Puerto Ricans population found outside of our beloved Island of Puerto Rico.

This year, the 33rd Annual Bronx Puerto Rican Day Festival & Parade will be held on September 14th, 2019 starting at Mulally Park East (1055 Jerome Ave Bronx, NY 10452)

*There’s a bit of conflicting information on the location of the event. Be sure to visit the event’s website at bxprparade.net , follow their Facebook page HERE or contact the event organizers’ listed below.

DATE:

September 14th 2019

TIME:

11:00am - 4:00pm

LOCATION:

Mulally Park East / 164-165 Jerome Ave Bronx, NY 10452

CONTACT:

Jacqueline Acevedo-Villanueva (917) 640-1003 ​ / ​Email: ​ ​Jackie@masproductionsny.com
Fran​cisco Gonzalez​ ​/ Email: unpoder@aol.com​ ​

WEBSITE

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51st Annual West Indian Labor Day Carnival Parade (Brooklyn, NY)
Sep
2
11:00 AM11:00

51st Annual West Indian Labor Day Carnival Parade (Brooklyn, NY)

The purpose of the parade is to promote, develop and celebrate Caribbean culture, arts, history and traditions through year-round programs which culminate with a week-long display of festivities and a grand finale Carnival parade expanding our cultural reach throughout the world. “The New York Caribbean Carnival Parade” has grown over the years from thousands of participants and tourists to over 1 million people in attendance since the mid – 1990′s according to then Mayor Rudy Giuliani. The influx of tourists from all over the world has benefited New York City on an economic level, most recognizably with large corporations, small businesses and the tourist/service industries.

LOCATION:

The main parade takes place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY at 11:00am on Eastern Pkwy from Utica Avenue to Grand Army Plaza.

CONTACT LIST:

West Indian America Day Carnival Association Head Office

323-325 Rogers Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225.
Ph: 718-467-1797
wiadcainc@gmail.com

WEBSITE

How to launch a Mas Band in NYC

How to launch a Mas Band from another state or Internationally

How to Register to Walk in the WIADCA Parade

How to become a vendor

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Por el Amor al Arte (San Juan, PR)
Aug
24
to Aug 25

Por el Amor al Arte (San Juan, PR)

13,000 square feet of art and music! A celebration of Puerto Rican culture that aims to promote our culture through the arts and music platform. Some of the artists performing include Calma Carmona, Tito Auger, Vivanative, and more! 

The event will benefit the following two institutions: 
Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Diseño de Puerto Rico
Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico

LOCATION:

Puerto Rico Convention Center

100 Convention Blvd.

San Juan, PR , 00907

CONTACT:

Phone: (787) 641-7722

Email: info@prconvention.com

VISIT WEBSITE

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The 1st Annual AfriBembé Festival (NYC)
Aug
18
12:00 PM12:00

The 1st Annual AfriBembé Festival (NYC)

CCCADI brought the former “Loíza Festival en el Barrio” and is now introducing The 1st AfriBembé Festival in El Barrio, is a Pan-African cultural festival that celebrates the artistry, musicality, and creative expressions of the African Diaspora in El Barrio.

Festival-goers will delight in Pan-African food vendors, live music performances, a pop-up outdoor exhibition, graffiti art experience, street style fashion show, a host off amily-friendly art activities, and other surprises!

Activities:

Pop-Up Graffiti Experience | This pop-up is hosted by artist, curator, and museum educator, Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez. Community members will get a chance to learn the basics of graffiti history, create their own graffiti print, and add their tag to the communal mural.

DATE: Sunday August 18th 2019

TIME: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

LOCATION: E 120th Street Lexington Avenue and 3rd Avenue

CONTACT: CCCADI (Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute)

FREE, ALL ARE WELCOME (FAMILY FRIENDLY) | RSVP NOT REQUIRED


VISIT WEBSITE

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Descarga En El Barrio: A Caribbean Music Festival (NYC)
Jul
27
to Jul 28

Descarga En El Barrio: A Caribbean Music Festival (NYC)

***NOT YET CONFIRMED FOR 2019, PLEASE FOLLOW & MONITOR THE EVENT PAGE BY CLICKING HERE FOR 2019 EVENT UPDATES***

Descarga En El Barrio: A Caribbean Music Festival. #DescargaFest aims to highlight the cultural contributions of the Puerto Rican community that established El Barrio as home, preserve the memory of the recently retired #Loiza Festival in El Barrio, and display the musical and cultural similarities people of Caribbean, Latinx, and African descent.

Festival-goers will delight in food + artisans vendors, live Salsa & Bomba performances, a host of kids activities, an Orisha procession, and other surprises! We’ll also feature both old school (vinyl) and new school DJ’s bringing you the vibes from across the Afro-Caribbean diaspora and beyond, including Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Reggaeton, Cumbia, Afrobeat, y mas!

WHEN: July 27th | July 28th | July 29th (NOT CONFIRMED FOR 2019 YET)
TIME: 11 AM - 8 PM | All Days
GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE, ALL ARE WELCOME (FAMILY FRIENDLY) | RSVP NOT REQUIRED
WHERE: E 109th Street Between 2nd Avenue and 3rd Avenue
LEARN MORE:
https://cccadi.org/descargafest

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111th Street Salsa Street Party and Old-Timers Stickball Game (NYC)
Jul
14
12:00 PM12:00

111th Street Salsa Street Party and Old-Timers Stickball Game (NYC)

Sunday July 14th 2019 ( This annual event is almost always on the 2nd Sunday of July, every summer) and FREE

TIME:

The block party with music and dancing goes from approximately 12:00 noon to 6:00 PM or later.  The actual stickball game is held in the morning before the block party.

LOCATION:

West 111th Street between 5th and Lenox Avenues, Spanish Harlem, uptown Manhattan, NYC.

Click Here For Map 

PRESENTED BY:

111th Street Old Timers Stick Ball Association and the 111th Street Block Association.

CONTACT:

Santos Negron - Email - negron_santos@yahoo.com 

EVENT & VENUE INFO:

An annual free outdoor street fair event held along West 111th Street in Spanish Harlem that's been happening for 49 years!  The salsa music and dancing take place in a huge school yard with a stage and sound system and a big crowd of hundreds of people enjoying the music and getting up and dancing.  The salsa dancing and stage area are set up in a huge playground of a neighborhood school, where restrooms are available (bring your own toilet paper!)

WEBSITE

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Latin Culture Carnival Bronx Edition (Bronx, NY)
Jul
14
11:00 AM11:00

Latin Culture Carnival Bronx Edition (Bronx, NY)

The Carnaval’s goal is to promote the art, music, dance, and great food from Latino cultures, as well as a day of fun for the whole family. In 2017, we had over 80,000 men, women, and children of all ages attending the event and we expect that number to grow. 

The vendors will provide the attendees with all kinds of Latin American arts and crafts, music, food and many other items. Children's entertainment will include inflatables rides, face painting, games, and lots of giveaways.

LOCATION:

Southern Blvd from 163rd Street to Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY.

CONTACT:

Carnaval De La Cultura Latina, 40-27 97th Street, Floor 1, Corona, NY 11368 

Jose Tejada: (917) 776-5951
Email: info@carnavalculturalatina.com

WEBSITE

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Afro-latino Fest 2019 (NYC)
Jul
12
to Jul 13

Afro-latino Fest 2019 (NYC)

The Afro-Latino Festival of New York celebrates the contributions that people of African descent from Latin America and the Caribbean have made to our city and the global culture as a whole.

The summer cultural event continues to attract a wide array of artists, both local and international, as well as entrepreneurs, academics, and community leaders. With conferences, culinary presentations and artistic showcases, the festival highlights the work, values and issues important to the Afro-Latino community.

Our mission is to provide a networking space to pay tribute to the African roots of people from Latin America and the Caribbean. The festival commemorates the international decade for people of African Descent declared by the UN (2015-2024) and its principles of "Justice", "Recognition", and "Development."

Program: https://www.afrolatinofestnyc.com/program2019

Tickets: https://www.afrolatinofestnyc.com/tickets

Line-up: https://www.afrolatinofestnyc.com/lineup2019

Contact: AFROLATINOFESTIVALMEDIA@GMAIL.COM

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Día Internacional de la Bomba @ el Batey de los Ayala (Loíza, PR)
Jun
28
to Jun 30

Día Internacional de la Bomba @ el Batey de los Ayala (Loíza, PR)

This annual festival celebrates and honors Puerto Rico's Afro-Caribbean culture. The celebrations held in the municipality of Loiza at El Batey de los Hermanos Ayala will feature performances from local bomba and plena music groups, making it the perfect occasion to discover Puerto Rico's most traditional music and dances.

Batey De Los Hermanos Ayala

Address: Medianía Alta, Loíza 00745, Puerto Rico

Phone: (787) 564-6403

Directions/Map

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Festival Afrocaribeño La Cuarta (Ponce, PR)
Jun
28
to Jun 30

Festival Afrocaribeño La Cuarta (Ponce, PR)

This annual festival celebrates and honors Puerto Rico's Afro-Caribbean culture. The celebrations held in the municipality of Ponce will feature performances from local bomba and plena music groups, making it the perfect occasion to discover Puerto Rico's most traditional music and dances. In addition, the festival will have food kiosks and artisans showcasing and selling their locally hand-made crafts.

Location:

Bo. La Cuarta, Ponce, PR

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Noche de San Juan (PR)
Jun
23
12:00 AM00:00

Noche de San Juan (PR)

On the night of June 23rd, Puerto Ricans celebrate La Noche de San Juan (St. John's Eve), which traditionally commemorates the birth of St. John The Baptist. In Puerto Rico, the tradition goes that as the clock strikes midnight you must fall back into the water at least three times and good fortune will follow you for the rest of the year. To celebrate like a local, we recommend heading to your preferred beach early to ensure you can reserve a spot near the shore. On the other hand, visitors are also encouraged to celebrate at any of the many island hotels that hold big parties to celebrate the occasion.

Location: Island-wide

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Puerto Rico International Folk Fest (Rincón, Cabo Rojo, San Sebastián, Isabela, PR)
Jun
20
to Jun 30

Puerto Rico International Folk Fest (Rincón, Cabo Rojo, San Sebastián, Isabela, PR)

Ya inicia El "Party" Cultural más GRANDE del Caribe... Puerto Rico's International Folk Fest 2019

The largest cultural "party" in the Caribbean is starting... Puerto Rico's International Folk Fest 2019 #Siguelaruta 

This third edition will have the participation of delegations from Turkey, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, the Philippines, Venezuela, the United States, Colombia, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Israel, Puerto Rico, among others. The Folk Fest is directed by Lic. Ada García Montes, director and choreographer of the Bellos Atardeceres National Folkloric Ballet, in coordination with TanTipico Events and the National Section of CIOFF Puerto Rico.

Festival Route, Locations and start times can be viewed here: http://festpr.org/#EVENTOS

Contact info: Dirección: P.O. Box 422 Rincón, P.R. 00677 email: cioffpuertorico@gmail.com

WEBSITE

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Museum Mile @ El Museo del Barrio
Jun
11
6:00 PM18:00

Museum Mile @ El Museo del Barrio

Museum Mile Festival @ El Museo

June 11 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm **FREE

El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue 
New York, NY 10029 United States

Join us for our birthday celebration featuring the opening of Culture and the People: El Museo del Barrio, 1969-2019, Part II: Historic Timeline, a display tracing the historical and cultural trajectory of the institution since 1969. The celebration continues with live performances by Aurora Flores and Zon del Barrio, Palladium Mambo All Stars, and DJ Bembona. Visitors can also travel back in time and take part in a birthday photo booth, inspired by the late 1960s, in partnership with Nuevayorkinos.

Participating museums: The Africa Center, Fifth Ave at 110th St, El Museo del Barrio, Fifth Ave at 104th St, Museum of the City of New York, Fifth Ave at 103rd St, The Jewish Museum, Fifth Ave at 92nd St, Cooper Hewitt, 91st St at Fifth Ave, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Fifth Ave at 89th St, Neue Galerie New York, Fifth Ave at 86th St, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Fifth Ave at 82nd St

The 2019 Museum Mile Festival is sponsored by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

SCHEDULE

Opening ceremony | 5:45pm at El Museo del Barrio

6:00 – 6:15pm | Remarks

6:15 – 9:00pm | Mi Barrio Photo Booth Installation in partnership with Nuevayorkino
El Museo del Barrio, in partnership with Nuevayorkinos (@nuevayorkinos), a visual digital archive dedicated to New York City’s Latinx population, present an interactive photo booth inspired by vintage elements of Latino life in New York City. The installation will recreate a birthday party montage in celebration of the museum’s 50th anniversary, and will invite visitors to enter the immersive environment and reflect on the notions of nostalgia and legacy. Digital photos will be made available to all visitors who enter the space free-of-charge.

6:15 – 8:30pm | Wear Your History: Art Making Station 
In this art-making workshop, participants will decorate their own bandanas. They can choose from stencils/stamps provided that highlight pieces from El Museo’s collection along with letter stencils to write their own messages on culture, community and identity. En este taller de arte los participantes decorarán sus propias bandanas. Pueden elegir entre los esténcils y sellos provistos que resaltan piezas de la Colección de El Museo junto con plantillas de letras para escribir sus propios mensajes sobre Cultura, Comunidad e Identidad.

6:15 – 7pm | Aurora & Zon del Barrio: Music from the Streets of Latin N.Y.

6:30 – 6:50pm | Curator-led tour of Culture and the People: 1969-2019, Part II

6:30 – 8:45pm | Make Music! Instrument-making Station by The Little Orchestra Society

6:30 – 8:45pm | Live East Harlem Mapping by East Harlem Culture Collective
Members of the East Harlem Culture Collective will be working live on an interactive neighborhood map East Harlem’s historical landmarks. This map will locate places such as artists’ houses, murals, historical landmarks amongst other important locations in the neighborhood. This map will be printed and given out to participants and neighbors on June 22 as the East Harlem Culture Collective celebrates its first summer gathering. Join them and share with them your favorite locations within this neighborhood. Los miembros del colectivo East Harlem Culture Collective trabajarán en vivo en un mapa interactivo del vecindario señalando locaciones emblemáticas de East Harlem. Este mapa ubicará lugares como casas de artistas, murales, monumentos históricos, entre otros lugares destacados del vecindario. El día 22 de junio se entregarán copias del mapa a los participantes y vecinos, durante la primera reunión de verano de East Harlem Culture Collective. Únete y comparte con ellos tus locaciones favoritas de East Harlem.

7:05 – 8:05pm | DJ Bembona

7:30 – 7:50pm | Curator-led tour of Culture and the People: 1969-2019, Part II

8:10 – 8:55pm | Palladium Mambo All Stars

8:15 – 8:35pm | Curator-led tour of Culture and the People: 1969-2019, Part II

9:00pm | All activities end


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First Annual Knickerbocker Ave Puerto Rican Day Parade (Brooklyn, NY)
Jun
9
1:00 PM13:00

First Annual Knickerbocker Ave Puerto Rican Day Parade (Brooklyn, NY)

The first annual Knickerbocker Avenue Puerto Rican Day Parade is coming back to the community! Thanks to local community partners MYSA, Tony's Pizzeria & Restaurant and many others for joining in on this effort as we celebrate the Puerto Rican Culture in Bushwick!


CONTACT INFO & VENDOR APPLICATIONS:

E-mail: knickerbockerprparade@aol.com

Phone: 718-443-1205


EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

- NO entry and No Application Fee -

*This is FREE and open to the community*

RUN OF SHOW:
Parade-Line Up
Formation - 1:00pm
Parade Kick-Off - 3:00pm
Parade Dismissal - 4:00pm

After the parade dismissal, youth with perform outside of House of Yes.

Once youth performances are over, the after gathering event will lead into the House of Yes from 5pm - 11pm. (Only 21+) Djcarlitonyc is confirmed to DJ at this event. We are proud to have him on board!

OFFICIAL FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

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61st Annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade (NYC)
Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

61st Annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade (NYC)

The National Puerto Rican Day Parade (NPRDP) is the largest demonstration of cultural pride in the nation.  Now in its 61st year, the parade takes place from 44th Street to 79th Street along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, in honor of the 3.5 million inhabitants of Puerto Rico and over 5 million people residing in the United States.

The National Puerto Rican Day Parade’s theme Un Pueblo, Muchas Voces (One Nation, Many Voices) celebrates the creativity and diversity of thought in Puerto Rico and across the diaspora.

Location:

44th Street to 79th Street along Fifth Avenue in New York, NY

CONTACT:

National Puerto Rican Day Parade, Inc. | P.O. Box 975, New York, NY 10272

General Info: info@nprdpinc.org

Scholarships: scholarships@nprdpinc.org

WEBSITE: https://www.nprdpinc.org/

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5th Annual Alma del Barrio Salsa Festival (Los Angeles)
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

5th Annual Alma del Barrio Salsa Festival (Los Angeles)

Come join Alma del Barrio as we celebrate the Fifth Annual Salsa Festival!

This year we have 4 bands performing in the Sunken Gardens area of the Loyola Marymount University campus!

Loyola Marymount University, 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2179083705510879/

Bands Performing:

Roge & Band (Brazilian Samba)
Susie Hansen Latin Band
Arsenio Rodriguez Project
Roosevelt Cordova with Conjunto Oye

Alma del Barrio's Jose Cristobal will DJ in between bands.

*****LINEUP AND SET TIMES*****

11:00 am to 12:00 pm - DJ music with Jose Cristobal

12:00 to 1:10 pm - Roge (Brazilian Rock/Samba Band)

1:10 to 1:50 pm - Dance Lesson with Tony "El Pana" Welch and DJ music with Jose Cristobal

1:50 to 3:00 pm - Susie Hansen

3:00 to 3:50 pm - DJ music with Jose Cristobal

3:50 to 5:00 pm - The Arsenio Rodriguez Project

5:00 to 5:50 pm - DJ music with Jose Cristobal

5:50 to 7:00 pm - Roosevelt Cordova with Conjunto Oye

*Lineup and times subject to change.

*****THIS IS A FREE EVENT*****

*Family Friendly Event (All Ages Allowed)

*Free Parking (Conveniently located on various areas of the Loyola Marymount University campus)

*A Variety of Food Vendors (TBD)

***ZERO TOLERANCE PROHIBITED***

*No barbecues. No pets. No bare chests. No unpermitted sale of food or drink.

*No drugs. No alcohol. No weapons. No fighting. No vandalism.

**PLEASE NOTE: You will be immediately escorted out of the event by campus security if you are in violation of any of these restrictions.

***PERMITTED***

Chairs, Ice chests, Umbrellas, Canopies, Blankets, Picnicking​, Food, Non-Alcoholic Beverages.

**PLEASE respect each others space and views when setting up your canopies/umbrellas. Everyone is there to enjoy the day equally free of any problems. We are all brothers and sisters in the music. Let's treat each other as such.

***REQUIRED***

A willingness to enjoy yourself!

Keep posted for additional information as the event date approaches!

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34th Annual 116th Street Festival (NYC)
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

34th Annual 116th Street Festival (NYC)

The globally recognized and biggest Latin Festival in the North East will be returning on June 8th, 2019, for its 34th Celebration. The 116th Street Festival will host various music, fun, art, and food influenced by the Puerto Rican and Hispanic culture, with an added extra spark of excitement as the festival celebrates its 34th year celebration.

Located on East 116th Street en el Barrio (East Harlem) Manhattan

CONTACT:

Peter Spinella / E-mail: peter@116thstfestival.com / Office: (210) 771-5274

Junior Polanck / E-mail: junior.p@116thstfestival.com / Office: (212) 348-8270

Hispanic Marketing and Advertising Group, 159 East 116th Street. Suite 2, New York, NY, 10029

Phone: (212) 348-8270

Stage & Talent Coordinators: Jerry Vargas/Kalvin Stevens

WEBSITE: https://116thstfestival.com/

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Festival Jíbaro Comerieño (Comerio, PR)
Jun
7
to Jun 9

Festival Jíbaro Comerieño (Comerio, PR)

This annual festival celebrates and honors the legacy of Puerto Rico's jíbaro— the field workers and peasants that are crucial to the island’s history. The celebrations held in the municipality of Comerío, will feature performances from local trova music groups, making it the perfect occasion to enjoy this traditional Puerto Rican music genre.

Atención, Noticia de Última Hora, cambio de ubicación¡¡¡
Los Actos de la Jíbara Proclama y Dedicatoria a la Orquesta Criolla Nacional en Comerío se llevarán a cabo en el Centro de Desarrollo Humano y Espiritual de la Mora.


Carretera PR 7774 km. 0.2
Sector La Mora en Comerío, (cerca a la Escuela Luis Muñoz Marín).

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Location:

Plaza de la Trova

Comerio, PR , 00782


Facebook event page:

https://www.facebook.com/FestivalComerio

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BUENAS NOCHES: Guided Tour of Culture and the People (NYC)
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

BUENAS NOCHES: Guided Tour of Culture and the People (NYC)

BUENAS NOCHES: Guided Tour of Culture and the People
Join us for wine and snacks followed by a private tour of our 50th anniversary exhibition, Culture and the People: El Museo del Barrio, 1969 – 2019 | Part I: Selection from the Permanent Collection with Curator Susanna Temkin. 

Details

Date: June 5

Time:6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost:$

Venue

El Museo del Barrio

1230 Fifth Avenue 
New York, NY 10029 United States 

Organizer

El Museo del Barrio

Phone:212-831-7272

Website:elmuseo.org

TICKETS

FREE for El Museo members | To RSVP, email specialevents@elmuseo.org
$10
 for guests and non-members | To RSVP, click here.

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LA MAGIA DE LOS TAMBORES (Viejo San Juan, PR)
Jun
1
8:00 PM20:00

LA MAGIA DE LOS TAMBORES (Viejo San Juan, PR)

La Escuela de Bomba y Plena Doña Caridad Brenes de Cepeda

Te invita a nuestro Bombazo mensual
*LA MAGIA DE LOS TAMBORES*

Sábado 1 de junio 2019 / 8:00 -10:00 PM en Plaza de Armas en Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico

Nos deleitaran con sus voces...
Soreimi Bezares e Iveliz Calderón
Acompañanos y forma parte de la magia, a son de toque, cántico, baile y conoce más de nuestra Bomba Puertorriqueña!

Trae tu barril, tu falda, sillita, responde al llamado del cantaor(ra), tambores y sobre todo mucho entusiasmo.

Ambiente familiar y libre de costo!

¡¡Continuamos con el compromiso de, con mucho respeto, llevar la cultura a otro nivel!!

Agradecemos al Departamento de Arte y Cultura e Inovación del Municipio de San Juan .

OFFICIAL FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

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* THE MAGIC OF DRUMS *  

Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019   

Time: 8:00 -10: 00 PM

Location: Plaza de Armas, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

They will delight us with their voices; Soreimi Bezares and Iveliz Calderón. Join us and be part of the magic, to touch, sing, dance and learn more about our Puerto Rican Bomba! Bring your barrel, your skirt, seat, answer the call of the singer, drums and above all a lot of enthusiasm.  Family atmosphere and free of cost!                                We continue with the commitment, with great respect take the culture to another level!

We thank the Department of Art and Culture and Innovation of the Municipality of San Juan.

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The 32nd Annual Loisaida Festival (NYC)
May
26
12:00 PM12:00

The 32nd Annual Loisaida Festival (NYC)

Sunday May 26, 2019

12PM - 5PM | AVENUE C - Loisaida Avenue - Lower East Side, NYC

Since 1987, the Loisaida Festival has been celebrated the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend in the Lower East Side, alternatively known as Loisaida. This event is the largest community pride festival in the neighborhood and grows annually in size, excitement, and impact. It takes place in the Avenue C commercial corridor-renamed Loisaida Avenue in 1989.

The Loisaida Festival includes diverse manifestations of Puerto Rican and Latinx culture expressed through music, cuisine and arts. Although it began as a community event to celebrate the culture, heritage and accomplishments of Loisaida’s Puerto Rican/Hispanic community, the event has created a multicultural spirit where people from all races and backgrounds descend from all parts on the city into this historic and eclectic neighborhood.

Contact: (646) 919-2557

Website: http://www.loisaidafest.org

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152nd Street Cultural Festival (Bronx, NY)
May
25
11:00 AM11:00

152nd Street Cultural Festival (Bronx, NY)

Set in The Bronx, “El Condado de la Salsa,” The National Puerto Rican Day Parade has hosted this annual cultural event since 1995 where we welcome all families to join us in celebrating the Puerto Rican culture.

This is a family-friendly, fun-filled event that offers a variety of activities and entertainment for people of all ages. The day features live musical performances, dancing, celebrity appearances and a children’s pavilion scheduled with storytelling, face painting, arts & crafts, and other fun surprises!

Kiosks line the street with corporate and local vendors selling comida típica (traditional food), artisans displaying and selling their art and many free giveaways.

 The 152nd Street Cultural Festival is the kick-off celebration leading up to the Parade on 5th Avenue.

CONTACT:

National Puerto Rican Day Parade, Inc. | P.O. Box 975, New York, NY 10272

General Info: info@nprdpinc.org

Scholarships: scholarships@nprdpinc.org

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Cuban Parade and Festival of NJ (North Bergen, NJ)
May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Cuban Parade and Festival of NJ (North Bergen, NJ)

The Cuban Parade consists of three events in 2019 a Gala Dinner, Celia Cruz Park Star Dedication and Parade;

On Friday May 17 2019 a Gala VIP reception will be held at  (La Reggia located at 40 Wood Avenue in Secaucus, NJ) 

(Entertainment open bar and dinner will be served).

On Saturday May 18, 2019 a Star Dedication Ceremony  will be held at Celia Cruz Park in Union City, New Jersey  (31st & Bergenline Avenue).

 On Sunday May 19, 2019 the Cuban Parade will begin at 2:00 PM and conclude at 5:00 PM.

The route of the Parade will cover the core business district of Bergenline Ave, considered one of New Jersey's premier commercial strips.

It will begin at 79th Street and Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen, New Jersey (Entrance to James Braddock Park) and conclude at 43rd Street and Bergenline Ave in Union City, NJ. With a reviewing stand ceremony. 

From the first Cuban Parade in the year 2000 through 2018, the parade has attracted about 40 major sponsors and major media outlets and expects over 100K visitors for it’s 2019 event.

For complete information visit: https://www.desfilecubano.com/

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California Puerto Rican Parade & Festival (Bell Gardens, CA)
Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

California Puerto Rican Parade & Festival (Bell Gardens, CA)

The Puerto Rican Parade & Festival of California: We are committed to helping families in need, promoting cultural diversity and educating our children in the traditions of Puerto Rico. 

Musica, tradición y cultura!

Date: Sunday April 28th, 2019 / Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Location: Veterans Park, 6662 Loveland Street, Bell Gardens, CA

Contact: (310) 549-1252 / (323) 369-5854 / (562) 381-5858

WEBSITE

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Annual Three Kings Day Parade (NYC)
Jan
4
11:00 AM11:00

Annual Three Kings Day Parade (NYC)

Enjoy live camels, colorful puppets, parrandas, music and dancing on this magical day. This year, we will celebrate the Parade’s long history and honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the Latino community. ¡Nuestra época preferida del año está a punto de llegar! Disfruta de camellos, marionetas coloridas, parrandas, música y baile en este día mágico. Este año, celebraremos la larga historia del desfile y aquellos individuos que han hecho contribuciones significativas a la comunidad latina. 

PARADE SCHEDULE
11:00am–12:30pm, El Barrio
Parade begins at 106th St and Park Ave and ends at 115th St and Park Ave featuring music by Los Pleneros de la 21, BombaYo, Annette Aguilar & the Stringbeans, and more. El desfile comienza en la calle 106 y Park Ave y termina en la calle 115 y Lexington Ave con música por Los Pleneros de la 21, BombaYo, Annette Aguilar & the Stringbeans, y más.

1:00pm–3:00pm, El Museo
The festivities continue at El Museo with an improv performance by Teatro 220, live music by Annette Aguilar & the Stringbeans,  and free admission to Las Galerías. La celebración continúa en El Museo con un espectaculo de improv por Teatro 220, música en vivo por  Annette Aguilar & the Stringbeans y entrada gratuita a Las Galerías.

Contact: El Museo del Barrio

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