Florida’s largest Italian festival, the Feast of Little Italy presented by Arrigo Fiat of West Palm Beach, returns to Abacoa’s Town Center in Jupiter on Nov. 1-3.
The feast, a traditional Italian street festival, is a three-day cultural family celebration known for sharing old traditions and creating new memories.
There is something for all generations to enjoy with many favorite feast activities returning this year, such as the Galbani cheese cooking pavilion, bocce, Banfi wine seminars, festival rides and games.
This year’s event is one for the senses. Festival goers will be able to enjoy more than 170 vendors from all over the country showcasing favorite Italian dishes and merchandise.
The streets of Jupiter’s Abacoa community will be filled with the aromas, sights, sounds and great food that the Feast of Little Italy has become known for over the past decade.
“It’s about passion, passion for family, passion for friends, passion for food, music and all things that represent being Italian. We know how to celebrate, that’s for sure,” Feast President Jerry Somma said.
The Feast of Little Italy is a place where the whole family will be able to enjoy the heritage of the Italian culture.
Come out and enjoy an atmosphere filled with music, authentic Italian food, art and tradition. There will be no place better to spend the weekend with the family. And, yes, everyone is Italian that weekend.
The Feast of Little Italy is celebrating its 11th year this year. For the latest updates on feast activities visit www.feastoflittleitaly.com or call the feast office at (561) 427-0500.
ABOVE: Crowds enjoy the Feast of Little Italy at Abacoa.