Part of South Florida’s widespread appeal is its rich Hispanic culture. Various cultures from Colombian to Puerto Rican, Peruvian, Argentinian and many more have collectively turned the region into a kaleidoscope of people, food, events, customs, and more. However, the most prevalent of these cultures remains South Florida’s Cuban community. In cities and neighborhoods like Miami, Little Havana, and Hialeah, there remains a strong Cuban community and Miami’s Freedom Tower continues to be a historic landmark which holds special significance among the community.
You may have heard of Cuba Nostalgia, an annual event celebrating Cubans, their heritage, and their way of life. The three-day festival is a fascinating tour consisting of art, numerous exhibits, memorabilia, books, and vendors selling Cuban-themed music, jewelry, plus great food and drinks. There will also be live music and dancing including conga, danzón and rumba. The event begins on Friday, May 20 and takes place from 11am to 11pm at the Fair Expo Center located on Coral Way and Southwest 112th Avenue.
Tickets for the 18th annual Cuba Nostalgia 2016 cost $7.32 for children and $13.65 for adults and will also be sold at the door. Complement your nostalgia experience with a stay at Z Ocean Hotel South Beach and enrich yourself with Miami Beach’s colorful array of Cuban denizens while enjoying our South Beach hotel amenities including a glass bottom pool, the great food at the Front Porch Cafe, hot tubs, and over seventy plush suites. Call 1.877.688.4232 to book a stay at our Miami Beach hotel today!