For three years, South Florida has celebrated Colombian Independence Day with MegaRumba Colombia. This year, SWARM and iHeart’s TU 94.9 have expanded the format of this festival to include all Latin American countries with the now named “MegaRumba: Cerebra TU Independence”, creating the largest Latin American celebration in Miami. From Colombia and Cuba to Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Nicaragua, this festival is for every culture and includes a wide array of the best music, flavors, dancing, arts, and Latin culture.
For the first time ever in the U.S., Danny Ocean will perform “Me Rehúso” at MegaRumba. Sofia Reyes, nominated for an MTV Millennial and iHeart Media Award, will perform her latest single, “123” ft Jason Derulo and De la Ghetto, which debuted in the top 5 in many countries and was top 10 on the Viral Top 50 playlist in more than 50 countries. Grammy and Latin Grammy nominated bilingual Latin band, Locos Por Juana, Venezuelan singer/actor Victor Drija, Colombian Reggaetón singer/songwriter Feid, and Nicole Favre will also join iHeart radio’s ever-popular DJ’s center stage. In addition, there will be food trucks, arts & craft vendors, and several fully stocked bars, offering everything from Bud Light and mixed drinks to specialty flavored mojitos by Cruzan.
Get ready to celebrate YOUR culture in style on July 20th, which will take place all night long in Miami’s most multicultural neighborhood: Wynwood! Visit megarumba.com to RSVP for a FREE Shot or DONATE for a cause as we partner with the Cuatro Por Venezuela foundation and in doing so, receive a free Bud Light and a shot.
THE BEST OF LATIN AMERICA
Beginning at 7 pm and going until 3 in the morning, the festival offers music, food, handicrafts from the dynamic and rich culture of South Florida, with special attention to their musical influences.
Wynwood has become the most popular arts center in South Florida. A neighborhood full of culture and innovation. What better home for MegaRumba?
We will have artisan vendors and food trucks available throughout the event, offering a bit of various cultures. That’s what makes South Florida so special.