FusionFest, the area’s leading free cultural diversity festival, returns this Saturday and Sunday to downtown Orlando at it’s new location at Seneff Arts Plaza at the Dr. Phillips Center.
Celebrate the people and the many cultures that make Central Florida awesome when FusionFest returns to downtown Orlando the weekend of November 28-29, 2020.
The free two-day festival, brings together people from more than 110 different cultures to experience music, dance, food, visual arts, spoken word and interactive activities, and features over 1,000 local artists, who will perform and showcase their work on the stage and gallery at FusionFest.
What you can experience:
To celebrate the spirit of the season, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Full Sail University and Rollins College will come together to present “Songs of the Season,” a free annual holiday concert.
Discover the diversity in Central Florida arts when FusionFest returns to Downtown Orlando the weekend of November 30 and December 1, 2019.
FusionFest is a free, two-day celebration of the diverse origins and heritages of our community. Discover the world through interactive experiences, food, fashion, spoken word, music, dance, short-films and more.
The Orlando Sentinel Pink Bash returns October 21 to the Seneff Arts Plaza at Dr. Phillips Center to benefit Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation.
Pink Bash is an annual community celebration and fundraiser event in downtown Orlando designed to bring breast cancer awareness to Central Florida in an interactive, uplifting way.