Gay8 Festival organizers gather at the restaurant Ball & Chain in Little Havana on Jan. 8, 2016. From left to right: Damian Pardo, Alexis Fernandez, AKA drag queen Marytrini, Amy Bloom and Joe Cardona. The festival will be the first major LGBT event in Little Havana, which begins Jan. 15 at Ball & Chain and culminates with a street festival on Calle Ocho.
Gay8 Festival organizers gather at the restaurant Ball & Chain in Little Havana on Jan. 8, 2016. From left to right: Damian Pardo, Alexis Fernandez, AKA drag queen Marytrini, Amy Bloom and Joe Cardona. The festival will be the first major LGBT event in Little Havana, which begins Jan. 15 at Ball & Chain and culminates with a street festival on Calle Ocho. Matias J. Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com
Gay8 Festival organizers gather at the restaurant Ball & Chain in Little Havana on Jan. 8, 2016. From left to right: Damian Pardo, Alexis Fernandez, AKA drag queen Marytrini, Amy Bloom and Joe Cardona. The festival will be the first major LGBT event in Little Havana, which begins Jan. 15 at Ball & Chain and culminates with a street festival on Calle Ocho. Matias J. Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com

Gay8 Festival to celebrate LGBT culture on Calle Ocho in the heart of Little Havana

January 11, 2016 5:28 PM

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