Hialeah Park Announces the Fountain Terrace Friday Night Concert Series
Hialeah, FL – January 24, 2018 – The extremely popular Fountain Terrace Concert Series returns to Hialeah Park on Friday nights beginning February 2 and concluding April 27, featuring 13 top local and national acts. The shows are all free and open to the public of all ages. Notably, the Havana Boys return by popular demand for another weekend engagement March 2-4, and America’s Got Talent finalist Yoli Mayor will close out the series on April 27.
“Hialeah Park is proud to present this impressive lineup of artists,” says Frank Fiore, VP of Entertainment & Marketing. “What we strived to do in this series was to include as close to ‘something for everyone’ as we could. The musical genres we will be presenting include jazz, pop, swing, Charanga, hip-hop, reggae, salsa and even opera. To experience artists of this caliber performing in a beautiful ‘under the stars’ environment, free of charge, is something that the Brunetti family and Hialeah Park take great pride in offering to our patrons.”
Here’s the full lineup:
February 2 – The French Horn Collective: performs an eclectic variety of Gypsy Jazz, and Swing
February 9 – Mr. Haka and the Cuban Hipsters: the name says it all
February 16 – Apache Dragon: returns to the Fountain Terrace for a second time
February 23 – Norbeto & Marisela Orchestra: traditional Cuban folkloric music and Hialeah Park favorites
*March 2 – Roberto Torres – living Cuban music legend best know for his classic “Caballo Viejo”
March 9 – Itawe of Locos Por Juana: front man from popular Latin reggae / Cumbia act
March 16 – Electric Piquete: award-winning Latin funk / fusion band from Hialeah
March 23 – Yusa: Cuban singer and songwriter whose specialty is a fusion of jazz and trova
March 30 – Ailyn Dallera: Miami’s timba princess and winner of the SING LIKE GLORIA contest
April 6 – Los Herederos: percussion-heavy Cuban group featuring two members of the Grammy-nominated groups PALO!
April 13 – Ricky Valido: Hialeah’s own Country music star
April 20 – Jose Fajardo, Jr.: son of the legendary leader of the Cuban orchestra Fajardo y Sus Estrellas and “Flute King” Jose Fajardo.
April 27 – Yoli Mayor: explosively talented singer and songwriter based in Miami, recent finalist on America’s Got Talent
Food trucks will be curated by Cuban Guys, who will also have their mobile unit present. Hialeah Park is located at 100 East 32nd Street, Hialeah, FL 33013. For more information, please visit www.HialeahPark.com.
ABOUT HIALEAH PARK
Hialeah Park began making history in 1922 as the Miami Kennel Club, the first pari-mutuel greyhound track in America, founded by Missouri cattleman James Bright and aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss. In early 1925, the newly renamed Hialeah Park opened for thoroughbred racing over a one-mile dirt track.
Today Hialeah Park is home to a state-of-the-art casino, which began operations in August of 2013. It features 800 Las Vegas-style slot machines, electronic roulette and blackjack, South Florida’s most popular poker room, several restaurants and cocktail lounges, and seasonal quarter horse racing.
Champions Simulcast Center and Sports Bar, on the second floor of the iconic Clubhouse, is open year-round, offering bettors world-class horse racing action from across the United States.
Newly redesigned space is available for weddings, quinces, and special events. The park’s vast outdoor space is also available for events. An official corporate partner of the University of Miami, Hialeah Park is listed as an Audubon Bird Sanctuary and is recorded in the National Register of Historic Places.
With entrances at 100 East 32nd Street and 2200 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah Park is easily accessible from all major Miami highways. The landmark venue is conveniently located just minutes by car from Miami International Airport, South Beach, Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, and Doral.
|Michael Mut||Frank Fiore|
VP of Entertainment
|786.426.2277||305.885.8000, ext. 7446|
* Please note the March 2nd date has been updated; it was previously held by The Habana Boys.