For the organizers of Sanse Orlando, one of the most important Hispanic festivals in Central Florida, the perfect diet does exist, and it includes alcapuria, fried codfish and other fritangas.
“This is how, after years of experimentation, we’ve found that frying and dancing helps you live longer,” said Tomas Javier Rivera, the creator of Sans Orlando. , “And then you go on a diet like everyone else does,” the businessman continued, “in your usual sense.
La Sanse Orlando La Sanse Orlando will once again be the land setting of the Central Florida Fairgrounds located at 4603 W Colonial Drive in Orlando and these and other dishes of Hispanic gastronomy will be available in more than a dozen kiosks that will be ready. At 12:00 p.m., when the place opens its doors and until 11 p.m., Rivera informs Orlando Sentinel,
The Central Florida Fairgrounds – which holds approximately 30,000 people – has as its centerpiece an impressive stage through which artists such as La India, Grupo Mania, Algarete, Julio Cesar Sanabria, Julisa Sanabria, Los DPR, Los Bombis de la Plena will parade , Edwin “The Bald Man” Reyes; Puerto Rican National Talent Company, Apollo 1027; Complete sessions of Central and Afuego Group among others.
Admission to the event is free, but parking will cost $20 if you arrive by car.
This will open a VIP area and for the amount of $45 per person you will be able to enter without the queue, you will be entitled to two drinks, and you will have a seat right in front of the stage in a special area. VIP tickets available through PIETIX.com
Rivera explained that the date of January 28 was chosen because it would be after the end of the San Sebastián Street Festival in Puerto Rico and would allow more artisans to showcase their work in Sans Orlando. He told that at present about 100 artisans have given confirmation.
In Puerto Rico, the Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastián will take place from January 19 to 22, 2013.
Unlike other years – when the festivities last an entire weekend – 2023 will be a one-day party. Rivera explained, “That’s how we achieve production savings and keep the program free to the public.”
“For me, the proudest thing is that people have a good time comparing our Hispanic cultures, our gastronomy and folklore. It’s not only from Puerto Ricans but from all of us Latinos who come together in Central Florida and celebrate our diversity,” Rivera pointed out. Orlando Sentinel,