• 2018 MISSISSAUGA
    LATIN FESTIVAL
    Featuring COLOMBIA

    Mississauga Celebration Square
    Jul 28th & Jul 29th, 2018
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  • 2018 MISSISSAUGA
    LATIN FESTIVAL
    Featuring COLOMBIA

    Mississauga Celebration Square
    Jul 28th & Jul 29th, 2018
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PRESENTED BY

Liuna Local 183 Presenter 2018

TD PLATINUM Sponsor 2018

Diana Garzon GOLD Sponsor 2018

Ana Rosa Sun Life Silver Sponsor 2018

Filici SILVER Sponsor 2018

Makka Productions Bronze Sponsor 2018

Marcela Cano & Carlos Zuluaga Bronze Sponsor 2018

Davis Spina Falquez BRONZE Sponsor 2018

Beverley Fleischer BRONZE Sponsor 2018

Our Festival The Best Latin American Festival

WELCOME TO OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY!

On July 28 and 29, 2018, you will have the incredible opportunity to join Canadian Latin Heritage and Colombia in Mississauga, to celebrate together the tenth anniversary of MISSISSAUGA LATIN FESTIVAL.

We are proud to be the founders of this fantastic "FIESTA", which for 10 years has brought joy and shown the LATIN culture to the whole community regardless of their nationality.

Thanks to all our sponsors, artisans, vendors, performers, media, excellent team and volunteers that has supported us during all this time, because thanks to their contributions, efforts and hard work we have reached 10 years.

Today we invite you to come to MISSISSAUGA LATIN FESTIVAL, bring your children, invite your family and friends  to practice SPANISH, learn SALSA and enjoy the first and only LATINO Festival in Mississauga and the Peel region with more than 35,000 attendees at the Mississauga Celebration Square.

When you arrive you will find local and international performers, succulent foods and a beautiful art gallery. In addition, we will offer a kid zone with recreational activities for children; an exhibition space for non-profit organizations, municipal and government agencies, artisans, as well as, a number of companies to disseminate information about their services and products.

We are sure that you will be happy to be with the "Latinos" of our city.

Go ahead ... practice your Spanish, we love your accent!

Event Features

Opening

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Sponsors

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Art Gallery

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Folklor

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Food Court

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Parade

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Kid Zone

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About Latin America

Latin America Is...

Latin America covers approximately 13 percent of the earth’s surface area and has a population of close to 600 million people. This expansive area is known for its rich history and culture. Latin America is described as a region of the Americas, stretching from the southern border of the United States to the southern point of South America, and it also includes the Caribbean. Latin America is made up of countries that speak the romance languages: Spanish, Portuguese and French.
Interesting Facts about Latin America
There is a lot to learn about Latin America. And each of the countries within Latin America offer their own unique culture and history. Here are 20 interesting facts about Latin America that you might not already know:

  • Brazil reportedly has the 10th highest number of vehicle owners in the world.
  • The smallest country in Central America is El Salvador.
  • One of the tallest waterfalls in the world, called Angel Falls, is located in Southeastern Venezuela.
  • Colombia produces about 90 percent of the world’s total production of emerald gemstones.
  • Costa Rica means “rich coast.” This country got this name because of the 800 miles of coastline between the Pacific and Caribbean coasts.
  •  Latin America is one of the most urbanized regions in the world. Eighty-percent of the people of Latin America reside in cities.
  •  Brazil contributes a lot to your breakfast; this country exports the most coffee, sugar and orange juice in the world.
  •  Argentina was the first Latin American country to legalize gay marriage in 2010.
  • With over 77 indigenous tribes, the Brazilian Amazon is home to hundreds of un-contacted Indians living off of the crops and animals of this area.
  • The 2010-2015 Uruguayan President, Jose Mujica, was considered the poorest president. He donated 90 percent of his income to charity and was uninterested in wearing expensive clothing or driving a large car.
  • Because of the weakened soil and growing population consuming large amounts of groundwater, Mexico City sinks 10 inches every year.
  • The Bolivian community enjoys eating from local vendors on the street, rather than paying for meals from large chains. Because of this lifestyle, Bolivia became the first Latin American country to get rid of McDonald’s.
  • In 2014, Colombia was ranked the happiest country in the world according to the Barometer of Happiness and Hope.
  • The people of Venezuela have won the most beauty titles compared to any other country in the world, over the past 30 years.

 

Media Sponsors and Community Partners

MEDIA SPONSOR - MEDIOS PATROCINADORES

La Guia Magazine    Latinos Magazine    Toronto Hispano    La Portada    Somos Toronto    Latin Coupons
CHHA 1610   Guia Hispana   Magazine Latino   Hey TV Latino   Best Magazine   Correo Canadiense
    Nossa TV Canada   KBuena Radio   Kiddo Magazine   Presencia Latina    

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS - ORGs COMUNITARIAS

Casa Cultural Colombiana HPHA Hispanic Business ccpa Hcaca
         
Alce Art & Health PanAmFoodFest Uniendo Esfuerzos CHRIO Laura Acosta
         
   MLMF  Por Colombia York University  CCCO  

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Latin America & Mississauga

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The video contains landscapes, people, tradition, culture, food and flags of the following countries: Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, Panama and Venezuela

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Venue, Date and Hours
 

Mississauga Celebration Square
300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, ON

Saturday, July 28th, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Sunday, July 29th, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM
GRAND PARADE, Sunday 29th, 2018 at 1:00 PM
 

(647) 272 4354

(647) 471 6088

 
Mississauga Celebration Square
Mississauga Celebration Square - 3D Tour
 

ABOUT THE SQUARE - RULES AND REGULATIONS

When visiting the Square, we encourage you to:

  • enjoy the Square, including playing in the fountain and skating on the rink
  • play on the lawn, keeping in mind the safety of those around you
  • keep it green: clean up after yourself and don’t forget to recycle
  • walk your dog on a leash, and clean up after it

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VENUE DETAILS

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MISSISSAUGA CELEBRATION SQUARE

Mississauga Celebration Square
300 City Centre Drive,

Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3

Saturday, July 28th, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Sunday , July 29th, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM GRAN PARADE Sunday 29th, 2018 at 1:00 PM
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