Miami, United States. Parties, contests, sports and music are the schedule of this festival that annually brings together a crowd in the streets of Miami. But not only Latinos who celebrate and participate in the carnival: American tourists and residents are engaged in a celebration struggling to shelve discrimination against Latinos in the United States, and shows with incredible shows and events the essence of Latin culture. A traveler Carnival For over twenty years, the city of Miami has been home to one of the most impressive carnivals in the world: Carnival Miami.
This festival is a showcase where you can observe and be part of A traveler Carnival For over twenty years, the city of Miami has been home to one of the most impressive carnivals in the world: Carnival Miami. This festival is a showcase where you can observe and be part of Latino culture as a unifying expression of all communities in Latin America, from Mexico to southern Argentina and Chile. This year, from 4 to 13 March, to mark the arrival of spring, Latino immigrants in the city of Miami unprecedented organize a party where the offer is manifold and for all tastes. Jazz bands, hundreds of people dressed in amazing costumes, plays outdoors and live electronic music are some of the attractions that bring thousands of people every year to watch the parades, enjoy the food and participate in outdoor events.
Caribbean style of this carnival has its roots in Trinidad and Tobago. In the late eighteenth century, the French landowners in Trinidad celebrated this Roman Catholic feast in honor of the completion of meat helped. It was an occasion of great fun participating in the wealthy, who organized dances and masquerades in their mansions. Over time, their black slaves began to imitate this tradition with parties and dances containing important features of his African heritage. With the abolition of slavery in Trinidad and Tobago, in 1834, former slaves began to publish their own carnivals, taking to the streets of the city as a stage. This was not well received by the upper class, who managed to ban such public displays until the twentieth century.
Over time, these festivals became increasingly sophisticated, until the deployment that we see today in the most important carnivals in Latin America. The festival reached the shores of Florida in 1978, when the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, organized the first carnival to raise money in order to solve problems of the Cuban community and help people in need. Eventually it spreads to other Latino communities that needed help and wanted to support this cause. Carnaval Miami in the United States proposes to revive the spirit of carnival that Latinos carry and provide solutions responsibly Latino immigrants in this city. Currently, the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana is an important organization that has taken its support elsewhere in the world, which provide help.