Tamale won't come soon enough: Times Latino Food and Music Festival coming Sept. 14 | Rock Candy

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Tamale won't come soon enough: Times Latino Food and Music Festival coming Sept. 14

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CruzWay, for the merengue
  • CruzWay, for the merengue

Get ready for some great comida in September, when the Arkansas Times hosts the North Point Ford Latino Food and Music Festival, the first of what we hope will be an annual event.

Where else but Argenta for the festival, set for 6-10 p.m. Sept. 14 in the Farmers Market Plaza. We'll announce a vendor list soon; but we'll tell you right now that you'll be greeted by Mariachi Americas, Cuban group CruzWay and Papa Rap will add a little salsa to your salsa.

Tickets — $15 in advance, $20 at the door — will benefit the Argenta Arts District. Chow and beer will be extra. Get tickets here.

Sponsors are El Latino, Arkansas Times, Budweiser, Pulaski Tech and the Argenta Arts Foundation.


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