Calle Ocho

Calle Ocho 2015: A Ten-Stage Music Guide

Break out your #TWERKEA t-shirt and Puerto Rican do-rag. Stuff your face with mariquitas y chicharrón and $5 homemade party punch. Join the impromptu conga line and impress the mami or papi of your dreams with those tremendo reggaeton moves.

That's right, Calle Ocho 2015 is here. For 38 consecutive years, the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana has attracted millions of callejeros to SW Eighth Street for America's largest block party.

On Sunday, March 15, el club will again be bringing some of the biggest names in Latin music to the heart of la Pequeña Habana for a full-day of baile y chusmeria.

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