The eighth annual Latin Festival

By That's PRD, May 28, 2015

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Organized by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce and South China Division, the eighth Latin Festival will be held on June 6 at Guangzhou’s Canton Tower, from 11am-8pm.

The festival is famous for its music, delicious food and wholesome entertainment for the entire family. With almost 20 food and beverage booths, Latin Festival will offer everything from Spanish tapas and handmade Venezuelan cheese to Columbian patacones and puddings.

There will also be beer, wine and cocktails - because no party is complete without booze. 

Tickets are RMB80 in advance and RMB100 at the door.

Last year’s festival attracted over 700 of guests who partied from morning to night — don’t miss out on this brilliant event.

For more details, contact: prsouth@spanishchamber-ch.com.

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