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Latin food, music and dance will descend on Springvale for a two-day celebration.
The September Latin Festival will showcases the Latin culture, known for food, wine, dancing, a strong sense of family, vibrancy and passion.
The festival has been around for more than 20 years.
It helps the Latin community to celebrate, preserve and share its traditions with the wider community, and attracts more than 15,000 visitors each year.
It brings together community groups to showcase Latin American cuisine, art, dance, music and language. More than 20 countries will be represented.
There’ll be a kids corner, seniors hub and young Latin time area, cooking demonstrations and a stallholder of the year award.
More than 40 community performers will deliver more than 60 performances on three stages.
The day will also include 50 small business stallholders, 15 community stalls and more that 40 community groups and organisations volunteering to help run the event.
The September Latin Festival will run from 11am to midnight on Saturday 23 September and 10am to 10pm on Sunday 24 September at Sandown Racecourse, 591-659 Princes Highway, Springvale.
Tickets are $18 for adults, $10 for pensioners, and free for children under 12.
Visit www.septemberlatinfestival.com.au or call Gladys on 0412 171 816 or 8521 3431 for more information.

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