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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

The First Annual Tri-City Latino Festival will be coming to Columbus next month, on behalf of The Tri-City Latino Festival committee and the Panamanian Association of Columbus, GA Inc. (PACG).

It will be held on September 21, 2013 at South Commons located at 400 4th Street, Columbus, GA 31901.

This festival will allow opportunities for local and surrounding businesses to express their appreciation and expose their business to potential customers. The festival will bring awareness and education to the tri-city area by celebrating the diversity within the Latino cultures located in our Tri-City communities.

The festival is co-sponsored by the City of Columbus, GA, Ft Benning, GA, and Phenix City, AL. Free admission to the public. They will feature local and internationally acclaimed performers as the main attraction on the main stage and a local stage.

They welcome and anticipate participants from all cultural groups, not just Hispanics. This will be a family oriented affair, featuring a Kids Zone, Food Vendors, Gift vendors and more, so please do not miss the fun, food and fellowship here at South Commons.

The festival starts at 9 a.m. with a 5K run, opening ceremony at noon and activities lasting until 9 p.m. They look forward to your participation as a spectator, sponsor or vendor of the First Annual Tri-City Latino Festival on Saturday September 21, 2013.

Visit the official website for more information. 

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