Mississauga Latin Festival 2019

Mississauga Latin Festival 2019

Our 11th anniversary and our festival will be 3 days!

On August 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2019 you will have an amazing opportunity to join the Canadian Latin Heritage, in celebrating the 11th anniversary of the Mississauga Latin Festival. The goal of the festival is to share, promote and spread the rich Latin culture contributions of the City of Mississauga. Our festival is the only Latin festival the largest extravaganzas offered throughout the city at the Mississauga Celebration Square with more 38,000 attendees from the GTA area, and others cities of Ontario. The festival offer a stellar entertainment, succulent foods, extravagance gallery art, and activities for children, local talent showcases and a colorful parade a colorful parade with more than 300 typical costumes on Sunday at noon. Additionally, we will offer a space for non-profit organizations, City and government agencies, artisans, as well as, a number of businesses to disseminate information about their services and products.

We thank you in advance for coming to enjoy the LatinFlavor!

Event website: www.mississaugalatinfestival.com

Sunday, August 4, 2019 - 12:00pm to 7:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Isabel Cuellar
Event Contact
647-272-4354
Ivan Triana
Vendor Contact
647-471-6088

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