Palette Miami Festival
February 8, 2014, between 3 and 9 PM
5700 Biscayne Blvd.
For all those looking to have a great time while celebrating their city, culture, flavors, and much more, this event is the best option. The festival will mean tasting the delicious food from the best local restaurants in Miami, for only $3 a plate, extraordinary pork roast and paella for the VIP guests, complementary tasting of Wynwood Brewing Beer and Hiro Sake, local Miami artists, a funny bright Kids Corner featuring face painters, balloon sculptor, popcorn and cotton candy, and live music by famous bands (Pelvis, Birdman’s Clambake, Jay Blue Band, and Cover Band U2 by UV). Then, for more entertainment, there will be Tarot readers, a caricature artist, Polynesian dancers, street performers, acroyoga acrobatics, Papa John’s Pizza Dough Tossing Contest, and a raffle benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs.
The wide range of food and beverages will be provided by well-known restaurants and bars in the Biscayne area, varying from Mediterranean to Mexican to Japanese to Italian cuisine, such as Pride and Joy Bar B Que, The District, Mina’s Mediterraneo, Baru Urbano, Bar Louie, Machiya, Fish Fish Restaurant, Bar and Market, Obba Sushi Bar & More, Papa John’s Pizza, Cinebistro, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, Raja’s Indian Cuisine, Pizza Pazza, Go To Sushi Japanese Food, 3 Chef’s Chinese Restaurant, Andiamo Brick Oven Pizza, Lost & Found Saloon, I Love Pizza, Dogma, Latin Café 2000, and Alaska Coffee Roasting & Co.
The great media sponsor of the festival is Biscayne Times. Rums of Puerto Rico, Marlin’s, Hiro Sake, Car 2 Go, Wynwood Brewing Company, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, and Aloha Hula are the sponsorship partners. All those going to the event will be able to visit and shop at the vendors that will be present there: Navarro Discount Pharmacy, Miami Vapors, 4 Paws Only, The Pet Mode Grooming, Bethany M. Jewelry Design, Berber Trading Company, Trio Yoga Studio, and Dade Recycling.
Because this event is mainly about the Miami community, charity is a significant part of it. Thus, the Palette Miami Festival will make a direct donation and 100% of all raffle ticket proceeds will go to Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami Dade. Desiring to help children and teenagers and provide them with the necessary resources to succeed in life, these clubs have been offering services since 1940, such as character and leadership development, career preparation, health and life skills, cultural arts, sports and recreation.
In addition, the fantastic Palette Miami Festival offers volunteering opportunities to all those wanting to be involved in this marvelous event and give something back to their community.