The 6th Latin Festival kicks off at the Canton Tower

By Will Wu, May 8, 2014

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Organized by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce, South China Division, the 6th Latin Festival will be held on May 17 at the Canton Tower. Prepare to be immersed in a festival of colorful Latino atmosphere.

Whenever Latin culture is mentioned, the first thing one thinks of is the passionate dances originating there. To fulfill your craving for Hispanic flavor, an engaging show of flamenco and salsa will be performed alongside exciting musical performances given by well-known Spanish bands Tuna and Martin Reyes.

It wouldn't be a proper Latin celebration without tantalizing Latino foods. Over 20 booths with food and beverage from Spain, Mexico and other Latin American countries will offer a chance to devour all you need to know about this diverse food culture. From Mexican micheladas to Colombian desserts, Spanish paella to Brazilian feijoada, the 6th Latin Festival will have you licking your lips and yearning for a place in the sun in South America or Western Europe.

Like the previous edition, this year’s festival will also have a lucky draw with prizes worth over RMB30,000, ranging from hotel and buffet vouchers for the Ascott, Crown Plaza Guangzhou City Center, Sheraton Guangzhou Hotel, Garden Hotel and Grand Hyatt Guangzhou to body examination cards for Elizabeth Women’s Hospital.

For reservations to this fiesta to this Latino love-in, email or dial 020-3892 7531.

// RMB70 presale, RMB90 on site (both include a complimentary drink, a lucky draw ticket and a ticket to the second floor of Canton Tower), 11am–8pm. 2/F, Canton Tower, 222 Yuejiang Xi Lu, Haizhu District

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