2010 Festival

The 2010 Asian-Pacific American Festival will be held Saturday, May 15, 2010, at.F. Burton Smith Regional Park, S.R. 520, Cocoa, Florida. Don't miss this premier event that highlights Asian, Filipino, and other Pacific Island cultures!

This annual event is a great chance to enjoy a delicious variety of Asian cuisine, music, and entertainment. There are costumed dance presentations, live music and singing, and other ethnic entertainment.

The hours are 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

Entrance Fee:

  • $5 - adults
  • $3 - children 12 and under
  • Free parking!

Vendors from throughout the area participate, selling an assortment of:

  • Ethnic Food
  • Clothing
  • Crafts

For information and pictures from the 2009 festival, see the festival page.

The month of May marks the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants to America and the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad, which many Chinese laborers helped to build. May has been designated as Asian/Pacific American History Month by the President of the United States every year since 1979.

Sponsored and coordinated by SFACEF, partially sponsored by FAABCO, and provided by your Asian-Pacific friends in Brevard County, there is something for everyone in the family at this fun-filled event.