— “Noche De Carnaval,” the famous annual concert that preceded the Calle Ocho Festival, returns to the stage to pay tribute to the biggest stars of Latin music. — — The revival of “Noche De Carnaval” will gather the Hispanic community for a one-day full festival experience celebrating our vibrant Latin culture and traditions. — — We will bring together all the Latino communities that make their home in Miami to showcase cultural and folkloric exhibitions from our diverse countries. — — Tickets will be available for sale online at www.carnavalmiami.com. Part of the proceeds of this event will help fund the Kiwanis Foundation of Little Havana’s annual Back to School Project, which lends a helping hand to low-income students attending South Florida public schools. —
MIAMI, FL – June 21, 2021 – (LATINX NEWSWIRE) – The Kiwanis Club of Little Havana announced that, since the Calle Ocho Festival could not be celebrated this year, they opted to bring back “Noche de Carnaval” as a one-day festival that will feature live music, folkloric dances, great food, cultural experiences, and family fun. The return of this exciting event will allow the Hispanic community in South Florida an opportunity to come together and celebrate once again.
This one-day music festival will take place on August 28, from 2:00 pm to 11 pm, at the Miami Dade County Fair & Exposition. The approved capacity for the event is 10,000, and health and safety measures will be observed. Pre-sale tickets can be reserved by visiting carnavalmiami.com.
“Noche de Carnaval” will pay tribute to Carnaval Miami legends who have graced the Calle Ocho stages over its 43-year history. You can expect to celebrate the great legacy of Latin music, plus new Latin stars singing their most popular songs, as well as their rendition of some classics.
During "Noche de Carnaval," the first 1,000 children attending the event will receive a backpack filled with essential school supplies to celebrate children and families.
“This event is our opportunity to celebrate Calle Ocho style. We will also be naming the King of Carnaval Miami 2021, as our most honored traditions will continue,” said event director and Kiwanis Club member Rick Gonzalez. “'Noche de Carnaval' is an event that spans generations and continents, representing the vibrant culture of Hispanos from Latin America and the Caribbean. This event not only celebrates our culture but allows us to help the next generation, as part of the event proceeds will help provide the children in our community with much-needed school supplies.”
Noche de Carnaval will have the invaluable support of Viva Live TV, a global entertainment company, for the broadcast of the show to their more than 3.5 million subscribers. It will also have the media support of Spanish Broadcasting System and its stations Ritmo 95.7, Z 92.3, El Zol 106.7, and Mega TV. The event is sponsored by Bacardi, the official spirits of Noche de Carnaval 2021.
WHAT: “Noche de Carnaval” Tribute to Latin Music Legends
WHEN: Saturday, August 28 from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm
WHERE: Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition, 10901 SW 24th St, Miami, FL 33165 WHO: A robust line-up of popular Latin music stars will be announced shortly.
HOW: You can reserve pre-sale tickets for this limited-capacity event by visiting www.carnavalmiami.com
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Carnaval Miami—Since 1978, Carnaval Miami (www.carnavalmiami.com) has been the annual marquis fundraiser of the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana in support of the Kiwanis Little Havana Foundation’s youth development programs. These programs range from initiatives that promote wellness and teamwork to scholarships for undergraduate education each year. Host to a series of captivating musical, culinary, and recreational events each year, the iconic Carnaval Miami reflects the Magic City’s unique, vibrant character and diverse culture shaped by Hispanics of all nations. Since its inception, Carnaval Miami has grown into the largest Latin cultural celebration in the world, culminating each year with the world-famous Calle Ocho Music Festival.
The Kiwanis of Little Havana is an affiliate of Kiwanis International, a worldwide non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to serving children in their communities. Founded in 1975, the Little Havana Chapter is known for using advanced fundraising initiatives, such as Carnaval Miami. Through the Kiwanis Little Havana Foundation, the club impacts thousands of families annually, with youth development programs including holiday giving, scholarships, youth summer camps, back to school, and more. For more information, visit www.kiwanislittlehavanafoundation.org and www.carnavalmiami.com.