ATLANTIC CITY – The city will be hosting a Latino Festival 12-8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22 at Bader Field, Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam announced yesterday.

The cultural event is returning to Atlantic City after a long hiatus. Atlantic City Latino Festival 2019 will be made possible through the city’s partnerships with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Atlantic City Initiatives Project Office, Hispanic Alliance of Atlantic County and Organization Azteca.

The event will celebrate Hispanic culture, music and art. The festival will feature live Latin music including bachata, bomba, cumbia, folkloric dancers, mariachi, merengue, salsa, reggaeton, hottest latino DJs, performances, arts and crafts vendors, activities for both adults and children, a variety of authentic Latin-American food vendors and refreshments and free health and wellness screenings.

“My administration is happy to see the return of the Atlantic City Latino Festival. I am always in favor of celebrating the beauty and diversity of the residential base in Atlantic City,” Gillliam said.

The event is free and open to the public.

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