|2017 SYRACUSE FESTIVAL LATINO-AMERICANO
Saturday, August 12, 2017 from 12 noon to 6:00 pm
in Clinton Square, downtown Syracuse
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Syracuse Latino festival was created a long long time ago by several leaders of the local Hispanic community, becoming for a few years, one of the most attended Festivals in Syracuse. For a while it operated under the management and control of the Spanish Action League, but due to circumstances that could not be controlled, it was cancelled for a few years. For the last 3 or 4 years, under the leadership of Fanny Villarreal, and the assistance of Hugo Acosta, this Cultural public family event is trying to reinvent and recreate itself, into a proud peaceful representation of our Culture and a friendly healthy demonstration of the Latino people in this area.
This event is open to the general public, and it is FREE of charge throughout the whole day. A large vendors area and many other amenities, will be presented during the festival. Additionally several small events are scheduled to happened throughout the day, including a Youth Show, cultural demonstrations, sports tournaments, and other small shows.
We also have scheduled several local musical groups and one out-of-town group, to perform towards the end of the day, and we are inviting several vendors, not only to represent our Culture, but also to provide food and merchandise for our local Latino community.
For more details of what is being scheduled for this day, go to the PROGRAM section of this website, or feel free to contact us, if you have any questions, or need more information about the