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    The 3rd Annual Afro-Latin Fest in Houston

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    The 3rd Annual Afro-Latin Fest in Houston USA Rice University, Barbara and David Gibbs Recreation and Wellness Center Houston

    2 June 2016

    2 Jun 19:00 USA Rice University, Barbara and David Gibbs Recreation and Wellness Center Houston

    Admission Info:
    $20.00 – $240.00. Tickets range from VIP to singe class to party passes to senior/student discount. Please click link for full details and options.
    General Day and Time Info:
    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS.

    Individual Dates & Times: *
    Jun 2, 2016: 7 pm (Thu)
    Jun 3, 2016: 6 pm (Fri)
    Jun 4, 2016: 10 am (Sat)
    Jun 5, 2016: 10 am (Sun)

    * Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

    Phone: 713 524 3938
    Parking:
    Enter campus at entrance 20 off of Sunset Blvd. Parking is available in the Central Campus Garage on Campanile Drive.
    The parking system of Rice University is in effect 24 hours a day, every day throughout campus. For Rice Campus parking information, please visit http://parking.rice.edu/.

    The Rice University Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Institute of Hispanic Culture, and Strictly Street Salsa at Texas’ premier and largest curriculum of Afro-Latin dances and music: The 3rd Annual Afro-Latin Fest!
    Enlisting the 2016 event and voted by Houston Press as ‘Best Art Gallery’ (2014), The Gite Gallery will feature an art exhibit of African and Afro-Cuban artists as part of the festival.
    FESTIVAL’S HIGHLIGHTS:
    -Over 20 dance workshops – A dance curriculum never seen before in Texas with classes from Africa, Spain, Latin America and the Caribbean
    -Over 10 international and regional experts (bios on page)
    -Percussion classes
    -Afroversity: Salsa, a tale of classism! (public forum)
    -Professionals’ Mixer
    -Visual arts exhibit
    -Over 15 countries represented
    -Culturally inspired dance show
    -Latin parties
    -Live music by Jorge Orta y Tumbaká, Isis ‘The Voice’ and Manolo Mairena
    -Open to the general public and for people that love music and dance