South Beach 1st Annual Mango Festival

The South Beach Mango Festival was a nice, vibrant, and a colorful experience.

The entrance fee was $20 per person, and you get

to walk on the beautiful warm South Beach sand, where over 25 tents of different vendors showcased their specialties. From food, drinks, fruits, accessories, and more. I was very happy to know that this event will benefit a non-profit philanthropic organization; Big Brothers and Big Sisters.

They were also selling other delicious and fresh tropical fruits.

It was a nice culinary experience. We got to try their wonderful plates, made with one of my favorite fruits; Mangoes. You can buy the food we were trying too and eat there or as you walk and enjoy the ambiance in here.

At the big tent, we got to try a delicious and unusual PB&Jelly sandwich they made right in front of us. It had mango inside and it was yummyyyyy. They had scheduled different activities there too, like mango cooking contest.

They had portable restrooms, ATM machines, activities for the kids as well as face painting. Music was playing at whole times; from a Dj and a nice guy called “The single Man Band”. Later in the afternoon, a group danced nice and happy Caribbean music.

I had a wonderful time and I can’t wait to go next year!!

Thank You, to everyone working hard at the SOBE Mango Festival, we appreciate you!

Check out more information about the event in their website, where you will find also, all the wonderful sponsors, talented chefs, and great vendors that participated.

https://www.sobemangofest.com/

You can follow them on social media to get more information of their next event and so much more!

https://www.facebook.com/mangosfestival

https://www.instagram.com/southbeachmangofestival

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Thank you!!

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El Festival de Mango de South Beach fue una experiencia muy agradable, vibrante y colorida. La tarifa de entrada era de $ 20 por persona, y puedias caminar sobre la hermosa y calida arena de South Beach, donde más de 25 carpas de diferentes proveedores exhibieron sus especialidades.

Me alegro mucho saber que este evento beneficiará a una organización filantrópica sin fines de lucro; Big Brothers y Big Sisters.

Tenian comida, bebidas, frutas, accesorios y más.

También vendían otras frutas tropicales deliciosas y frescas.

Fue una experiencia culinaria deliciosa. Pudimos probar sus platos maravillosos, hechos con una de mis frutas favoritas; Mangos.

También puedes comprar la comida que pruebas, comer allí o mientras caminas y disfrutar el ambiente de este festival.

En la carpa grande, probamos un sándwich de PB & Jelly delicioso e inusual que hicieron justo ahi frente a nosotros. Tenía mango adentro y estaba sabroso.

También habían programado diferentes actividades allí, como el concurso de cocina de mango.

Tenían baños portátiles, cajeros automáticos, actividades para los niños y pintura facial.

La música estaba sonando todo el tiempo; de un Dj y un senor alegre llamado “La banda de un solo hombre”. Más tarde, un grupo bailó música caribeña muy bonito y feliz.

¡Lo pasé maravillosamente y no puedo esperar para ir el próximo año! Gracias a todos los que trabajan duro en el SOBE Mango Festival. ¡Aprecio su arduo esfuerzo!

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