This week, Miami will show its Latin American roots. Yes, even more than usual. The spirit of the region will be alive and well at La Feria de Las Américas, produced by the private nonprofit organization Exponica International. La Feria is one of the largest events in South Florida thanks to its Festival and Business Expo, where exhibitors from across Latin America travel to Miami to market their wares as well as network with the fair’s more than 29,000 visitors.
If you’re planning to attend La Feria this year, expect to find tons of unique products and handicrafts for sale. There will also be unique food, world-class entertainment, and fun rides for the kids, making this a cool all-ages affair.
Apart from the vendors from 14 Latin American countries, the fair will include popular Latin American acts such as Dimensión Costeña, Klave Latina, Gustavo Leyton, Toño Rosario, Eddy Herrera, La Nueva Compañía, Kazzabe, Los Silver Star, and Santa Fe.
Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2013
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