Little Havana has been, and still is, sanctuary for the newcomers. Cubans, yes, but also other nationalities that come together in this vibrant neighbourhood to showcase the exuberance and vitality of Latin American art, cuisine, music (and now chocolate making!) in Miami.
Guayaba y Chocolate is proud to embrace that heritage hosting Manuel Rojas, member of the prestigious Venezuelan network of youth orchestras, El Sistema, and flutist with Ensamble Gurrufío, and Henry Linarez, virtuoso Venezuelan cuatrist and researcher on traditional Latin American music. Manuel and Henry's collaboration is a special one; it builds on their shared commitment to researching and rescuing long forgotten musical pieces but, beyond any academic endeavor, it builds on their passion for introducing audiences to the fantastic diversity of Venezuelan rhythms. They have both performed to great acclaim in Europe, the United States and Latin America and they have now accepted our invitation to delight Little Havana with one of the best things Venezuela has to offer (besides cacao beans!): its music.
What are my parking options for getting to and from the event?
We are located in the heart of Miami's Little Havana neighborhood. There is free parking available in the Miami Parking Authority lot adjacent to Domino Park and behind the McDonalds located at 1400 SW 8th Street. Metered spaces are available on most cross streets around Guayaba y Chocolate, as well as on SW 8th street.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. Please show your printed ticket at the entrance.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes, your ticket is transferable.