LAS VEGAS KICKS OFF A SUCCESSFUL “AFRO-LATIN-CARIBBEAN NIGHTS IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS” DURING SUPER BOWL WEEKEND
Las Vegas, NV_ On Saturday February 3, 2018, a section of Las Vegas Boulevard in downtown Las Vegas danced and moved to the sounds of Soca, Merengue, Reggae, Reggaeton, AfroBeats and Salsa as the launch of 1st Saturdays “Afro-Latin-Caribbean Nights in Downtown Las Vegas” took off with patrons representing countries including Jamaica, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Philippines, Dominican Republic, Italy, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Belize, St. Lucia, El Salvador and Kenya to name a few.
Held at Thunderbird Lounge on Las Vegas Boulevard, music was provided DJ Banks, New York City’s DJ BXONE and DJ Texas Outlaw.
The date for the next event will be on with the performance of a LIVE Reggae Band at Thunderbird Lounge.
Event pictures will be available soon on Las Vegas Latin Caribbean Festival Facebook page.
Las Vegas Taste of The Caribbean to be held during 420 Weekend
Las Vegas NV_ 1/1/2018_Southern Nevada’s popular convention of exquisite Latin, Caribbean, West Indian and Diaspora cuisine known as Las Vegas Taste of The Caribbean, will be held on Friday April 20 and Saturday April 21, 2018 in the Arts District in downtown Las Vegas. To register your business and secure your space, click here.
Las Vegas Taste of the Caribbean is an annual event to celebrate Las Vegas hidden cultural exquisite taste from Latin America, the Caribbean, West Indies and international cuisine. Featuring an array of delicious traditional, modern and contemporary cultural dishes, Las Vegas Taste of the Caribbean is a local passport where food lovers enjoy and savor the city’s hidden cultural treasures of Latin, Caribbean, West Indian and International culture, arts and crafts.
Las Vegas Taste of the Caribbean is the continued celebration of the city’s legacy of music, food, cultural expression and diversity. As the Entertainment Capitol of The World, the city of Las Vegas is also known as the “Latin, Caribbean and West Indian Cultural Capital in the Desert” thanks in part to a migrant fusion from Latin America, the Caribbean and West Indies. The aim is to provide our food festival, arts and crafts goers with the uncanny exotic, spicy, elegant and tropical experience of the region.
Diverse mix Las Vegas local residents, visiting tourists from Latin America, the Caribbean, West Indies, Europe, Asia, Pacific Islands and Africa from countries including Jamaica, Belize, Mexico, Cuba, Barbados, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Brazil, Perú, Venezuela, Panamá, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Japan, US Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Holland, The UK, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, the Philippines, Toronto, Haiti and Bolivia to name a few.
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