21st Annual Taste of The Marianas International Food Festival & Beer Garden

The 21st Annual Taste of the Marianas International Food Festival and Beer Garden will kick off on May 4, and continue every Saturday in May.  This signature event has become a must-see for all visitors and residents and will feature various local and international cuisine, live entertainment, nightly competitions, and more.

21st Annual Taste of The Marianas International Food Festival & Beer Garden

The 21st Annual Taste of the Marianas International Food Festival and Beer Garden will kick off on May 4, and continue every Saturday in May.  This signature event has become a must-see for all visitors and residents and will feature various local and international cuisine, live entertainment, nightly competitions, and more.

21st Annual Taste of The Marianas International Food Festival & Beer Garden

The 21st Annual Taste of the Marianas International Food Festival and Beer Garden will kick off on May 4, and continue every Saturday in May.  This signature event has become a must-see for all visitors and residents and will feature various local and international cuisine, live entertainment, nightly competitions, and more.

21st Annual Taste of The Marianas International Food Festival & Beer Garden

The 21st Annual Taste of the Marianas International Food Festival and Beer Garden will kick off on May 4 and continue every Saturday in May.  This signature event has become a must-see for all visitors and residents and will feature various local and international cuisine, live entertainment, nightly competitions, and more.

Japanese Spring Festival

February is the month of spring season.  The spring season is considered to be the time to start a new life after the long Japanese winter.

The Spring Festival will be held in sympathy for those who affected by Super Typhoon Yutu, in prayer for the quick recovery, and to share the spirit of #MarianasSTRONG.

Bazaars and traditional demonstrations and dances are planned. Food vendors are also planning to sell popular Japanese cuisine.  A game booth and a raffle are scheduled.
This festival is one of many examples of the historical connection between The Marianas and Japan, and organizers warmly welcomes all residents and visitors.