Get ready to fiesta Miami-style with Calle Ocho News! Join us for a night of culture, music, and community at Little Havana's hottest Hispanic Heritage Month event!
Calle Ocho, the heartbeat of Miami's Hispanic culture, is gearing up for a spectacular celebration this Hispanic Heritage Month proudly sponsored by Humana as our top sponsor followed by the GMCVB, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Eileen Higgins and City of Miami Commissioner Manolo Reyes. Other participating sponsors are Yambo Restaurant Miami, Don Gollo Bakery, Ojalá Wine, Presidente Brandy, and Ron Barceló. As the city's fastest-growing neighborhood, Little Havana is all set to host an event that promises to be a cultural fiesta like no other.
So, why should you be a part of this historic night on Friday, October 13? Let's dive into the significance of Hispanic Heritage Month and the exciting event that awaits you.
Honoring our roots during Hispanic heritage Month
Observed annually from September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to honor the achievements of Hispanic and Latin communities in the United States. It kicks off on September 15 to honor the independence anniversaries of several Latin American countries, including Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua.
This month is more than just a celebration of the past; it's a reminder of the ongoing impact of Hispanic culture on our nation. It's a time to appreciate the diversity, traditions, and stories that have shaped Miami into the vibrant mosaic it is today.
"History in the Making" with Calle Ocho
Little Havana has a profound history and an equally vibrant present, thanks to the local artists, business owners, and the community itself. Calle Ocho, often referred to as the Miami badge of Hispanic culture, stands as a testament to the dedication of those who have nurtured it. And now, it's your chance to be a part of "History in the Making."
This event, exclusively for those aged 21 and over, is an opportunity to socialize safely, dance to lively beats, and connect with fellow community members. Our top sponsor is Humana followed by the GMCVB, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Eileen Higgins and City of Miami Commissioner Manolo Reyes. Other participating sponsors are Yambo Restaurant Miami, Don Gollo Bakery, Ojalá Wine, Presidente Brandy, and Ron Barceló. It's a celebration of the milestones achieved by local artists and business owners who have poured their heart and soul into making Calle Ocho what it is today.
This year, Calle Ocho News has chosen to give back by donating a portion of the proceeds to the Hispanic Cultural Arts Center, further supporting the flourishing Hispanic culture in Miami.
Join the fiesta, join the legacy
In a city where people from diverse backgrounds come together, we are all connected by our love for Miami's vibrant culture. Hispanic Heritage Month is a perfect time to celebrate this unity and the thriving nature of our ancestors. Please register on Eventbrite today!
So, mark your calendar for October 13, and head to Little Havana to experience a night filled with culture, music, and community. Let's come together to celebrate our Hispanic Heritage and ensure that this legacy continues to thrive! For more exciting news and updates, subscribe to Calle Ocho News' newsletter and promote your small business with us.