Mix it up at the Puerto Rican Cuban Fest


Celebrate all things Puerto Rican, Cuban and beyond at the Puerto Rican Cuban Festival and Carnaval Américas, with art, food, and live music by Cuban and Puerto Rica stars from Saturday, September 21 to Sunday, September 22, 2013.

Houston’s Puerto Rican and Cuban cultures unites with the city’s other diverse communities to celebrate Spanish Caribbean cultures and traditions through dance, art, music and food. With Carnaval Américas, the festival aims to expand outside of its Caribbean origins and embrace all Latino cultures of the Caribbean and Latin America,

The live music lineup includes the Puerto Rican Reggaeton duo Alexis y Fido, Puerto Rican-descended and Brooklyn born Willie Colón, Cuban vocalist and composer Osmani Garcia, Latin Grammy-winner Gilberto Santa Rosa and Cuban salsa singer Rey Ruiz.

Actress and Latin television personality Adamari López, star of Telemundo’s morning show Un Nuevo Dia , will also appear in her role as queen of Carnaval Américas 2013.

Puerto Rican Cuban Festival, Carnaval Américas 2013

Dates and Times: Saturday, September 21 to Sunday, September 22, 2013

Location: Tranquility Park, 901 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002

Admission: Advance tickets are $15 for 1-day and $25 for both days. Single day tickets are $20 at the gate. VIP tickets range from $70 to $180. Click here to order online.

Photo credit: Puerto Rican Cuban Festival, Carnaval Américas 2013

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