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Florida Puerto Rican Parade & Festival Is Returning To Downtown Orlando In 2023

The 2023 Florida Puerto Rican Parade and Festival will return next year on Saturday, April 22, 2023, in downtown Orlando.

Next year’s parade will be dedicated to the city of Loiza, to celebrate their bomba music, traditional Taino and African dishes, folk art, and distinct cultural expressions.

The parade theme will be “Economic Growth and Business Opportunities.”

Organizers will recognize the great work accomplished by the Puerto Rican business community in Florida and Puerto Rico.

Florida Puerto Rican Parade

The Festival set in Downtown Orlando is held immediately after the Parade allowing participants and spectators an easy transition to top notch entertainment, local performers and exhibitors.

It is a family friendly fun filled event that offers a variety of activities and entertainment for all ages. It is visited by thousands of people from Orlando, Central Florida, other nearby cities as well as New York, Connecticut, Chicago, Massachusetts and Puerto Rico.

The festival features live musical performances, celebrity appearances and children’s area. More than 100 exhibitors including corporate sponsors, local products, crafts, kiosks, typical food, artisans, painters, artists and products made in Puerto Rico are represented.

Florida Puerto Rican Parade

The Florida Puerto Rican Parade & Festival and related activities were established to promote the Puerto Rican community culture, heritage and its contributions to the State of Florida.

The Parade and Festival promote the achievements made by Puerto Ricans in Business, Health, Music, Science, Arts and Government. Puerto Ricans from throughout Florida cities and surrounding states are encouraged to attend.

Friends and families of participants and spectators are invited to join in this annual celebration which is destined to become a milestone event for families from across the region and Puerto Rico to get together.

Florida Puerto Rican Parade


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