Asian culture may be one of the most important and attractive ones in universal history; but what makes the far-eastern countries so fascinating? Maybe it's their traditions, dances, history, or cuisines. Any of the above could be true, but you should decide for yourself at the Asian culture festival in Homestead next March.

The 30th Asian Culture Festival is happening in Homestead March 7-8, and it will be like going on a day trip through Asia. The event is a celebration and promotion of Asian heritage and contribution.

It will feature the traditions of countries like China, Japan, Thailand, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Korea, Laos, Philippines, and more.

This festival admission is $14 and will feature Asian crafts, art, and exotic music and dance performances. Let's give the food a special mention here because the tasty selection of authentic far-eastern delicacies will leave you speechless.

The fest location will be the Redland Fruit & Spice Park, and there will be a lot to do from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can go for a henna dye, or take a seat at the stage to see artistic presentations from multiple countries and cultures. 

You can enjoy from a Chinese pop singer to traditional Thai dancers os Japanese Taiko drum players. Keep an eye on the event's website for updates on the calendar of activities for 2020.

Participating in demonstrations and workshops is another great idea. Traditional Asian crafts like origami, fruit, and veggie carving or Ikebana floral arrangements usually are part of the festival activities. There will also be religious, artistic, and martial art displays to amuse you. 

And if you love Asian food, this fest will be like taking your mouth on tour around a whole continent. They will be serving yummy treats and beverages from Korea to Japan and Thailand, to name a few. All prepared on-site with fresh and authentic ingredients. It doesn't get any better than that.

If you've always wanted to try a green papaya salad, chicken satay, pad thai, pho, fried rice, or have a refreshing bubble tea, well, this is the right place.

Since the event is family-oriented, kids will have the Global Kid's Village Activities to keep entertained while learning new and exciting things all day long. 

Little ones from 6 to 12 years old pay an admission fee of $5, while those under six years have free entry both days. 

30th Annual Asian Culture Festival

Price: Adults $14

When: March 07-08, 2020

Address: Fruit & Spice Park, 24801 SW. 187 Ave. Homestead, Florida

Why You Need To Go: This massive 2-day fest is a celebration of Asian culture, its traditions, and culinary delights. Come to know even more about these amazing communities and enjoy their millenary heritage to the world. 



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