26th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade and Multicultural Festival
We cordially invite you to join us in commemorating Hispanic Heritage at the 26th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade & Multicultural Festival!
As the longest-standing Puerto Rican Day Parade in the state of Florida, this event has evolved into a cherished tradition, drawing thousands of enthusiastic attendees each year.
UTB (United Third Bridge Inc.) is thrilled to unveil an exceptional lineup of live Latino performers, main Salsa music headliner will be the performance by JCee Colon y Orquesta Zalsa En Control at 6pm, Orquesta consists of 11 members including several Grammy winning musicians.
Also, including is Freestyle music headliners Nas-T Boyz and Boriqua Posse.
Throughout the day, festival goers can also savor performances by a diverse array of talented Latino artists such as Richie Rosario, Katrina, EQ, Mr. Sanchez and many more!
Beyond the captivating entertainment, the festival promises a wealth of attractions, including display and vendor booths, an enticing array of food trucks, and more. This year’s parade theme, Building Healthy and Prosperous Communities, underscores UTB dedication to fostering robust, thriving neighborhoods. UTB proudly dedicates this event to the municipality of Bayamon, P.R.
Admission to this day of celebration is entirely free and open to the public, with festivities commencing at 10:00 am. Furthermore, the proceeds generated from this year’s event will fund scholarships for Hispanic students in Brevard County.