PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester residents can celebrate the diversity of their village when Port Chester Fest returns on June 8.
Now in its sixth year, Port Chester Fest is a showcase of multicultural art, music and food featuring performers from Port Chester and around the world.
Soprano Camille Ortiz-Lafont will perform traditional Italian ballads and Latin-fusion dance. Folklore group Inti Andino will bring traditional Ecuadorian music to the stage. Port Chester's own Charlie Scopoletti and his band will play songs from his new album, "Truth." Quesqento y Paccaricha: Danza de Tijeres will astonish with their acrobatic Peruvian competitive dance.
African Community Drummers and Dancers will perform. A multicultural fashion show will feature local children and families. Port Chester native Curtis Winchester and his Twisted Soul Band will perform blues, soul, rhythm and blues and Motown hits with five-time Grammy nominated pianist Jon Cobert. There will also family art workshops, crafts, vendors and food from around the world.
Port Chester Fest is free and open to the public. Live music starts at noon and goes until 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Port Chester Marina Parking Lot at the corner of Adee Street and Abendroth Avenue.
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