Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
Palm Bay, FL is the biggest city in Brevard County and now the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce and the City of Palm Bay are working together to bring the city’s first annual Multi-Cultural Festival!
Both agencies are working with the Space Coast Office of Tourism to host the event at Fred Poppe Regional Park, found off Malabar Road and St. John’s Heritage Parkway in Palm Bay, Florida, on September 18, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The first annual Multi-Cultural Festival provides the city with an opportunity to highlight and celebrate the world's diverse cultures.
Festival attendees can enjoy cultural displays, demonstrations at individual booths, themed food trucks, and a vendor marketplace found around the event. The main stage will feature music, presentations, and multiple dance routines throughout the day, along with plenty of activities for the whole family, including children’s activities.
Spots are still available for the vendor marketplace, where attendees can find local vendors, crafts, and farmer’s market produce. Volunteer, Food Truck, and Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Multi-Cultural Festival.
Admission to the event is free, and there is no cost for cultural groups and non-profits to participate in the event. Those interested in taking part in the vendor marketplace can rent a booth for $25 and are required to bring tables and chairs.
For more information about volunteering, sponsorship, or participating in the festival as a cultural group or a vendor, contact the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce at 321-951-9998.