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Update: The Post and Courier was at the festival and has a short report from the festival along with a quick video.
In a sentence, the festival was much what you would expect it to be.
First reporting: North Charleston's Wannamaker County Park is playing host to the 20th Annual Latin American Festival on Sunday, October 2nd, from noon to 6 p.m.
This celebration of Latin American culture, food, dance, children’s activities, and music in a fun, family-oriented environment is an important and exciting cultural experience for the whole family to enjoy.
There will be a classic salsa band as well as dancehall, reggae and cumbia infused music to get your feet moving. There will also be dance demonstrations, cold drinks (both alcoholic and non), authentic cuisine from Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean, a kid's zone and crafts.
In fact, if you'd like to take a look at photos from Latin American Festivals of yester-year to see what it's all about, click here.
Event admission is $10 or 6 Greenbax at the gate. Gold Pass holders and children ages 12 and under receive free admission. Additionally, military personnel and students will be able to purchase a $5 ticket when showing a valid ID. No outside food, alcohol, or coolers permitted. No dogs allowed.
Wannamaker County Park is located at 8888 University Boulevard in North Charleston.