The 116th Street Festival is an annual June street fair in East Harlem, Manhattan. It offers family activities, food vendors and live music.
The Festival is the day before the National Puerto Rican Day Parade. The entire weekend is filled with Puerto Rican cultural events.
116th Street east of Fifth Avenue is the main business district of Spanish Harlem (El Barrio). The Festival is produced by the Abrazo Fraternal Del Barrio Foundation.
The 116th Street Festival is the Northeast’s biggest Latin street fair. More than 200,000 people join the party.
No matter where you are from, come and party with us. It is fun for the entire family. ¡ Vamos a gozar ! (Let’s enjoy!)
33rd Annual 116th Street Festival
The 2018 116th Street Festival on Third Avenue from 106th to 122nd St in East Harlem, Manhattan on Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 11 am – 5 pm. FREE
There are two stages at 106th St and 112th St.
116th Street Festival Performers
The Festival is hosted by Tito Puente Jr. and co-hosted by Yaya Vargas.
106th St. Stage performers include:
- Eddie Montalvo
- J Martin
- Frankie Vazquez
- Los Muzik
- Cita Rodriguez
- Roman Suarez
- Garmandy Candelario
- Papi Wilo
- Duran Setroc
- Jay Cotton
- Roly Kingswag
- Soundboy Cartegena
- James R.
- Miguey Y Jonq
- Jody Joe
- Estia Aquino
- Angel “Saint” Lopes
- Jenna Rose
Let’s Party! ¡Vamos a Gozar!
For more information, visit www.116thstfestival.com
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