Posted by The Events Editorial Team
13. Nov, 2012
|November 18, 2012|
I always associated the Johnston Street Fiesta with hot days, beer, dancing and the start of summer. And those giant paella pans.
But it’s not all about me. Now in it’s 34th year the festival is celebrating not only Australian’s Hispanic and Latin American communities, but 1000 years of the Spanish language.
As usual the two days street party will have heaps of food, flamenco dancing and crowds. But it’s heaps of fun. My hot tip is to get there early and snag a tamale or two before they’re sold out. Go for a siesta and come back when the sun goes down.
Summer is coming.
WHEN: Sat 17 Nov – Sun 18 Nov
WHERE: Johnston Street, Fitzroy
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