Monday, May 29, 2006

ReelSolidTV Episode 02

A brotha tries to get some love @ the annual festival in Spanish Harlem before the Puerto Rican Day Parade!


Saturday, June 10 2006
116th Street Festival / El Abrazo Fraternal
Date: Saturday June 10, 2006
Time: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Location: East Harlem, New York, NY
Attendance: 1,000,000

The 116th Street Festival is designed to highlight, embrace, and celebrate the cultural experiences of Hispanic families in the United States, the Caribbean, and beyond. This is the largest Latin Street Festival in North America and is nationally acclaimed as one of the three major Hispanic events in the United States. It draws our collective consciousness to the beauty, love, and familial bonds of Hispanic culture as well as the rich historical backgrounds of Hispanic people

The 116th Street Festival, with over one million attendees, is the premier Hispanic event in the metropolitan city of New York. This massive festival stretches along 116th Street from 1st Avenue to Park Avenue through Third Avenue and from 106th Street to 122nd Street. Concert stages are located throughout the festival showcasing sports and TV personalities, business and political officials, as well as the very best in Latin music.

The 21st annual Festival will be held on Saturday, June 10, 2006.


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