After taking a year off due to COVID-19, Orlando Cultural Festival returns to the Milk District next month. This annual celebration of art, music, dance, food and community will return to Festival Park the weekend of June 19 (June 19) and will feature live performances, new dining options and more.
This year’s event will have a strong focus on local artisans according to organizer Oriana Campbell, who says several painters, sculptors and other creatives will be on hand not only as vendors, but also working together on “one piece custom that will be made just for CultureFest that will be showcased at the event.
Additionally, CultureFest will host a wide range of musicians from Florida and around the country.
“It’s really cool because the goal is to be able to showcase independent artists from everywhere,” Campbell said, adding that she wanted to make sure the event includes “artists that are usually overlooked.”
Musicians who have already been confirmed for the event include LaUni, Money Mike, Otis Oak, On1Band, Brittany Bae and more.
Those who have attended CultureFest in the past will be happy to hear that this year’s event will feature more food options than before with a newly expanded food truck market area that will feature nearly a dozen vendors. local.
“Right now we have 10 confirmed food trucks, all from central Florida. It’s a music festival. It’s a family celebration. It’s for all ages,” Campbell said of this year’s event, adding, “It’s a really community-driven event. [with] sellers and small business owners from here and abroad.
Culture Fest Orlando will take place June 18 at Festival Park from noon to 9 p.m.
General admission is $32 for adults, $5 for youth 11-16, and free for children under 10. More information can be found on the official event website. weareculturefest.com.
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