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Fiesta de la Calle San Sebastian Miami 2014

Fiesta de la Calle San Sebastian Street Festival 2014Saturday, January 18, 2pm-4am - Havana 1957, 1451 South Miami Avenue, Miami Brickell

The infamous street party held in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico brings its traditions to Miami for a high-spirited party in Brickell. Just when you thought the holidays were over, one of the best festivals from Puerto Rico comes to Miami to offer one last holiday party bash. The Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastian, an infamous street party held on Calle San Sebastian in Old San Juan, brings its traditions to Miami for a high-spirited party filled with the best of music, food, dancing, artisan market, and of course, lots of drinking.
Hosted by Julian Gil, visitors may enjoy complimentary samples of Rums of Puerto Rico from 6pm to 12am, along with all day live music by Rebecca Pla and Paradiso, Puerto Rico’s hit-maker DJ Phred and Pleneros with many more surprises. Are largest contributors for La Calle De San Sebastian 2nd annual celebration are Rums of Puerto Rico, Heineken and Titan with will be featuring all of their products.
From those humble beginnings, the festival has grown exponentially and draws hundreds of thousands of tourists and locals to the old city. It also attracts a small army of artisans, musicians, performers, food stalls and other vendors, making it one serious block party that has become a religious, cultural, and social event unlike any other in Puerto Rico, certainly worth the celebration. #SanSeMiami