Salsa Festival brings the heat to Redwood City


Redwood City's Courthouse Square is going to sizzle on Saturday, Sept. 24, when the 9th annual Salsa Festival returns with live music, dancing, a salsa-making competition, tequila and microbrew tastings and more.

Salsa, Latin jazz and reggae music will play at three different stages. Taste some savory salsa from amateur and professional salsa makers, who will compete for prizes and, more importantly, bragging rights. Public tasting will take place noon-5 p.m. Don't like salsa? Nosh on delicious fare from local restaurants.

Kid-friendly activities include hands-on art projects and a children's play area.

The festival is free. The event starts at noon and will end at 8 p.m. Courthouse Square is located at 2200 Broadway St.

For more information, visit redwoodcity.org.


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