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Colombian Street Festival

When:

Sat 18 Jul 2015, 11:00am–10:00pm

Where: GPO Hotel, 740 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00 ea
  • Children 12 and under: $0.00 ea ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: leahkny

GPO and Smirnoff are excited to announce the return of Colombian Street Festival this year for another epic celebration of all things Colombian right in the heart of Fortitude Valley, on Saturday 18 July.

Honouring Colombian Independence Day, this traditional street party will once again feature delicious Colombian food and drink, LIVE music performances, as well as Latin dancing and DJ sets guaranteed to give you a Colombian cultural experience like no other!

With festivities kicking off from 11am, punters will be able to feast on a huge variety of authentic Colombian dishes thanks to the guys from Latin Bakers, La Fona Colombiana, Spanish Paella, Latin Delights, Colombian BBQ, Arepa House and Tayrona Cafe, who will all be joining the party this year.

There will also be plenty of exotic Colombian beverages to enjoy, ranging from Aguardiente, Aguila, Gaseosas Colombians, as well as a Colombian style shots bar and cocktail towers.

Live music will fill the streets, with performances from local Colombian bands including Los De Afuera “Spanish Rock”, Los Parranderos “Vallenato”, Live Mariachi Performance” and Chukale Y Sus Estrellas Colombianas “Salsa and Bachata”.

As the sun goes down, Colombian music makers, DJ Ikanos, DJ Santi Casta and DJ Toro will keep the crowds dancing late into the evening, followed by an official after party at GPO.

This year there will also be an all-new kids zone featuring face painting, balloons, cartoons on the big screen, as well as Latin music and dancing lessons to keep the whole family entertained.
Children under the age of 12 are Free, but all others can purchase their tickets via Moshtix for $20 + booking fee.

Grab your friends and family, purchase tickets and get ready to make party when Colombia returns to Brisbane on Saturday 18 July.

Viva Colombia!