Cville Sabroso Latin Music and Culture Festival returns Saturday, Sept 21
This Saturday, September 21, 12 - 9 p.m., Cville Sabroso pulls together live music, colorful art, and dance, from the traditional to contemporary, and from all across Latin America.
Bring your family, friends, and neighbors to IX Art Park (522 2nd Street SE) to enjoy an unforgettable day of authentic food, music, dance and so much more!
“Sin Barreras does tremendously important work providing resources for immigrants in our community,” said Nathan Moore, General Manager of WTJU 91.1 FM. “Every year, we’re proud to work with them to present this musical and cultural celebration for our community.”
Now in its seventh year, Cville Sabroso has been part of the Freefall series from the beginning. Freefall is a curated series of free concerts and community festivals in Charlottesville, each featuring excellent live music and new ways for people connect with one another.
Cville Sabroso is a one-of-a-kind festival, reflecting the diverse Latin Americans who call Virginia home.
“Charlottesville’s Latin American community has flourished over the years, with people arriving from Mexico, Central and South America to settle here, work hard, and raise families, helping to cultivate Charlottesville into the city that it is,” said Moore. “This festival celebrates the diverse communities that make our community so wonderful.”
This year’s Cville Sabroso festival includes a full and exciting line up of traditional Latin American music and folkloric dance performances. Festival-goers will be able to enjoy local Latin American food and beverages, and Latin inspired artists and vendors who will offer arts and crafts from all across Latin America.