Maxima 92.5 FM, Clearwater and vast sponsors once again join forces to bring the Hispanic Heritage Festival to Coachmen Park in Clearwater until 9 p.m. Although the festival started at 1 p.m., spectators started arriving as early as 11 a.m. to get a spot soon after the gates opened at noon. Already performed Limi-T21, J Alvarez and N'Klabe but still to perform are Zion y Lennox, Hector Acosta 'El Torito' and Victor Manuelle - el salsero de la juventud (salsa singer of the youth).
Radio personalities from 92.5 Maxima FM and select DJ’s will entertain the crowd in between performances. Each DJ has their own style and music playing from past to present Spanish and American hit songs. There are many kiosks of vendors selling Hispanic food and of course there has to be typical American food delights too. And what is an event without exhibitors and a children’s play area.
Therefore, there is plenty of time still to head out to enjoy a day of Hispanic Heritage at Coachman Park, 101 Drew St. Tickets are available for purchase at the gate for $20 general admission and VIP for $75 (children 10 years of age and under are free).
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