MIAMI - Marlins Park will host the 24th annual Feria de Las Americas ("Fair of the Americas"), beginning on Friday, October 31 and running until Sunday, November 2, 2014. The event celebrates the traditions and cultures of several Latin American countries, including Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. The fair will be open on Friday from 5-11 p.m., on Saturday from 1-11 p.m. and Sunday 12-11 p.m. Individual tickets begin as low $10, with ticket packages for two and three days beginning at $30 and $ 40 respectively. Kids eight and under will receive complimentary admission.
This year marks the events first at Marlins Park, which is located in Little Havana of Miami. The city of Miami is home to people from more than 15 different countries. The fair will bring together different Latin American traditions and customs to Marlins Park. La Feria de Las Americas offers entrepreneurs an opportunity to establish their products and services, while also providing vendors the ability to showcase their handcrafted goods.
Thirty thousand guests are expected to attend the fair over the three-day span. The guests will be able to revive their Latin American roots, enjoy an international festival, partake in several cuisines and participate in their respective dances. In addition, several Carnival rides will be available for all three days and tickets can be purchased separately for the rides on-site.
La Feria de Las Americas will also feature live music performances by Johnny Ventura, Eddy Herrera and Joe Veras from the Dominican Republic. In addition, El Chevo, Los Rolands, Kazzabe and Dainamite YC will be performing new music.
For more information on the event including purchasing your tickets in advance, please visit Marlins.com/LaFeria.