Latino Art Crawl w/Heineken on July 2nd

Celebrate the many prominent Latin artists adding some color to our city with the official Heineken Art Crawl happening again on Thursday, July 2nd. Not only will you mingle with hundreds of patrons, but you’ll view spectacular artwork and drink some ice cold Heineken. The first art crawl took place on Tuesday, June 23rd. See art here The art crawl is free!

Travel through some of the city’s best Latin bars and restaurants for a special revelation of art installations from local artists commissioned by Heineken. The first Heineken Art Crawl took place on June 23rd in The Bronx, attendees witnessed Heineken’s new mural by Pepe Villegas, along with creations by Puerto Rican artists Alfonso Munoz, Erick Sanchez, and Derek Santiago.

On July 2nd, you can head uptown to Manhattan’s Washington Heights to commemorate Heineken’s second mural designed by Dionis Ortiz. There will also be featured artwork from Dominican artists, including Glenn Hilario, Cesar Isabel, Christian Paniagua, and more. This major event is so exclusive that limited information is provided, but it’s guarantee that you’ll jump start the summer with a bang. In addition, only nocheLatina is giving you the necessary details on how you can become part of the two biggest bashes!

All events occur simultaneously and shuttle service will be available for transportation between locations. The Heineken Art Crawl in Washington Heights is a roaming party. Shuttle service will be available for transportation between locations for VIP pass holders. To attend, send us an email to promotions@nochelatina with your name, age, and the Art Crawl you wish to attend before July 1st. Get on our list and you’ll also enjoy complimentary Heinekens at each location.

Whether you want to explore contemporary Latin art or see how Latinos are forever changing NYC, don’t miss Heineken’s Art Crawl.

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