Bazaars are very popular amongst a lot of people as there are many things you can find and buy here and looking around at these things is great fun for many. This will be a National Salsa Day and Latin House Inc is happy to reveal that this is their last Latin Bazaar for this year.
For this edition, they will be working with the National Salsa Day 2019. Here they will bring the best of salsa dancing to Brisbane. This will also be mixed with Latin food specialities and very good entertainment, classes and workshops during the day.
You do not want to miss these opportunities to share your salsa dance moves with others and if you do not know how to dance to this yet, why not come along and learn from the best teachers at the best academies in Brisbane.
In commemoration of the 30-year carnival DÍa Nacional de la Salsa in San Juan, Puerto Rico, this will be the 4th annual celebration of Salsa music and dance culture in Brisbane. The National Salsa Day is a community-based event and it introduces even more than 20-years of Salsa culture into Brisbane and surrounds.
ABOUT THE LATIN BAZAAR MARKET The Latin Bazaar Market is one of the most popular projects of Latin house. Each year they host this event with the main idea of promoting the Latino culture and supporting the entrepreneurship and the talent in Brisbane. They have very typical and traditional food during the day, and it is a great way to try different find here.
This event is perfect to actually make new friends, share some time with locals and learn more about Latino culture.
FOOD STALLS Some of the food stalls at this venue will include:
Yes Way José
Some of the dessert vans at this venue will include:
Bad Boys Doughnut
Some of the drink venues at this venue will include:
La Tiendita Latin House
Iced Tea Co
Some of the handicrafts at this venue will include:
Core Colombia - Core Colombia is an Australian company who are promoting beautiful handmade products of the highest quality by Colombian Artisans.
MG Manos - their main product is made from bone and seashells. They have crafted the bone and seashells to make jewellery, and all their craft-work is hand made here in Queensland. They also do have a variety of handmade South American crafts, hats, bags, rings, pants, shoes, and pendants.
Chukale Afro-Cuban Salsa Ensemble directed by percussionist and lead singer Gustavo Cereijo is an eleven-piece Afro-Cuban Salsa ensemble. Chukale has been delighting Australian concert-goers since 2005. They are a benchmark for Latin American music in Australia and have supported several touring international Salsa icons.
Chukale is dedicated to showcasing the elite of international Latin American talent.