May 05, 2013 Billed as “South Carolina’s largest” Cinco de Mayo event, the eighth annual Charleston Cinco de Mayo Festival packed the people in to enjoy Hispanic food, dance and music. Held Saturday at the Visitor Center Bus Shed, revelers of all ages enjoyed live music performed by the Atlanta Show Band and Playboy Cash, a salsa dance exhibition and a Zumba exhibition. A motor show by Street Revoluzion just added to the atmosphere. The event promised “plenty of tequila to go around” and didn’t disappoint. In addition to tequila, the event also featured craft beers and food trucks and vendors, including Pollo Tropical, Vallarta Grill, EL Sabor Latino and El Centroamericano.
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