April Feria are to take over the Welsh capital’s Tramshed between 11am and 11pm for the event which will mix culture and fun.
Flamenco expert Josie Sinnadurai will sing and dance, and also offer a chance to brush up on your own footwork by joining her at her dance workshop later in the evening.
Guitarist Cuffy, along with singers Jaime Cantera and Bambiel Martinez, will perform classic Spanish tunes such as Bamboleo, La Macarena and other flamenco favourites throughout the event.
Spanish-style, students from the Alejandra Velasco Dance School will be performing multiple times throughout the day, combining to make this a vibrant and lively day out.
Alongside the entertainment a wide choice of authentic food will be provided by Spanish-themed vendors with Riceminster with Viva Los Churros, The Spanish Buffet and Bearded Taco offering a selection of Spanish themed foods.
Drinks on offer will range from Spanish wines and sangria to beers and refreshing cocktails flavoured with Puerto de Indias, a premium gin manufactured in Seville.
The daytime event is family friendly with plenty of activities to occupy the kids, including face painting, a film screening in the cinema room and an assortment of traditional games
An official after-party will be run by La Fiesta Cardiff at Jacobs Market Basement on West Canal Wharf from 10pm till late, playing the best Latin vibes available.
April Feria Cardiff Dancing Flamenco Music Spanish Street Food Tramshed