Peruvian Independence Day Festival Miami

7957 Southwest 104th Street, Miami, FL 33156 Directions
+17864128594
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Admission thru Groupon was $10 - option to buy 2 or 4. I purchased 4 but only needed 3. Admission at the door was $10' therefore wasted $10.

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Everything changed for Peru on July 28, 1821, when South American leader Jose de San Martin declared independence from Spain. A three-year struggle ensued, but Peru's freedom was solidified in December of 1824, when Venezuelan Marshall Antonio Jose de Sucre defeated a Spanish army at Ayacucho and ended Spain's South American rule.

In Miami, this celebration of Peruvian pride takes the form of the Peruvian Independence Day Festival. This annual event brings together the Peruvian-American community and the city at large for a weekend of music, dance, and art. Visitors groove to the infectious rhythms of merengue, salsa, and cumbia from live bands such as the Javier Mereno, Jr. Latin Band and Nando y su Banda Digital, along with the dance music that naturally emanates from fresh ceviche.

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There are so many different things to do in Miami that even a lifetime resident of Florida's most cosmopolitan city needs a Miami guide from time to time. The city is a center of Latin culture as well as commerce and finance, and it offers many different ways for residents to relax and enjoy its sunny climate.

Art enthusiasts who are looking for something a bit off the beaten path should put Wynnwood Walls at the top of their list of Miami things to do. Graffiti-style murals that look as if they belong in the Soviet Union of old adorn its walls, and the complex features artistically embellished doors, as well as two cafe-bar-restaurants. Fans of architecture head to the Cloisters of the Monastery of St. Bernard de Clairvaux, where medieval church architecture is preserved in a pastoral setting that is nevertheless right in the heart of the city.

Any guide to Miami must mention Little Havana, the famed outpost of preCastro Cuba that is a highlight of the city's famed Latin culture. It has far more to offer than restaurants and dance clubs, as the neighborhood is home to several art galleries. These galleries are situated on side streets that run off the main and vibrant artery of Little Havana known as Calle Ocho, or Eighth Street. The side streets are great places to sample Cuban culinary delights in small, friendly local cafes.

Miami deals are to be found throughout the city, as it has plenty of shopping areas to suit every taste and budget. The Cuba Cigar and Tobacco Shop offers handmade cigars, but it also features real Cuban-style coffee that makes this shop worthwhile for nonsmokers. Miami is known for its malls, ranging from the luxurious Aventura Mall to smaller strip malls that are anchored by discount stores and outlets.

Miami is always growing and changing, and a good Miami guide helps local residents get the most out of their bustling city.

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