GREATER HARTFORD LATINO FEST 2018 - SATURDAY, JUNE 23 2018
Josh Urrutia, Director of Events at Riverfront, Victor Luna, CEO-President of Luna Productions / Greater Hartford Latino Fest and Steve Salhany, Director of CBS Radio Hartford
The Greater Hartford Latino Fest’s mission is to provide the community with an opportunity to experience traditional and contemporary Latin American culture through the presentation of the performing artists. Participation attracts multi-cultural families, businesses, organizations to a variety of activities throughout the region. Our pledge is to nourish the community through economic, cultural exchange and services through the community-based initiative. We look forward to expanding our outreach efforts outside of Hartford to attract audiences from surrounding States.
Jeffrey Devereux, of Summer In The City and Victor Luna ( Luna Productions / Director of Greater Hartford Latino Fest)
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What our visitors saying about their experience
What would Hartford without the Annual Latino Fest hosted by Vic Luna and his production team.
As a Councilwoman and dear friend of Mr Luna, I must say on behalf of the residents of the City of Hartford we all look forward to the fantastic latino, music, food and dance being celebrated during this occasion.
Keep up the great work Vic Luna and I look forward to celebrating with again in 2018 and beyond.rJo Winch, Hartford Councilwoman
Greater Hartford Latino Fest is a event that unite all the latino communities. Keep up with the great job.Mario Soto