El Zolazo

There's nothing like a good festival. The food. The beer. The lengthy and varied lineups of entertainers. Festivals make for an all-around damn good time. The only problem is finding a decent Latin festivals. Sure, if the signs along the Palmetto are any indication, there's a Colombian festival every other week. But generally speaking, these smaller shows feature one, or if you're lucky two, semi-known acts, and the rest are comprised of Tio Pepito y Su Orquesta, Fulanito de Tal and Menganito de la Esquina de la Carreta. Which is why it's important to choose these outings carefully.


With Alexis y Fido, Grupo Rush, Daniel Santacruz, and others. From noon to midnight Sunday, August 16, at Juan Pablo Duarte Park, 2800 NW 17th Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $15. Call 954-927-9595, or click here.

Enter El Zolazo, brought to you by El Zol 95.7 FM. This annual fest generally gathers a respectable who's-who of tropical talent for your enjoyment. At the very least, you can always count on the food to show up, and the Budweiser logo plastered in the top left-hand corner of the flyer assures there will be suds aplenty. Plus there will be plenty of musical variety, thanks to a lineup featuring merengue heavyweights Oro Solido, modern bachata from Toby Love and Carlos y Alejandra, and reggaetoneros Mr. A and Señor F, otherwise known as Alexis y Fido. Rounding out the lineup are Grupo Rush, Daniel Santacruz, Hector Acosta "El Torito," and Los Hermanos Rosario.

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