Grand Stand Bleachers
11th St. & Ocean Dr.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
11:00 a.m. Sunday, April 14, 2013
Enrique Santos & Tiffany Fantasia
Miami Beach Gay Parade will be adding GRAND STAND SEATING in this years' parade route to accommodate our VIPs and guests for 2013 Your ticket will include: ~General Seating with shade ~Bottomless Mimosa and/or Bloody Mary ~American Continental Breakfast Buffet ~Pre-Show at 11:30 am. Location: Ocean Drive (east) 11th to 12th Streets This year we have invited Enrique Santos “Mr. E” as our MC. Enrique is host of the syndicated “Enrique Santos Show,” live from Univision Radio’s Miami affiliate, WRTO-FM MIX 98.3 (6-10AM Monday thru Friday) simulcast/distributed in major cities in the USA. Born to Cuban parents in Chicago, Illinois, Santos gravitates fluidly between the Hispanic and mainstream American radio landscapes. His bilingual broadcasts are a crossover hit combining humor, social satire, and political commentary to bridge the cultural and generational divide of a diverse cosmopolitan audience. Santos has built an enthusiastic following with a comedic repertoire consisting of phone pranks, interviews and a trademark form of fresh and unique interaction amongst celebrities. Santos’ extravagant radio persona has made him one of the most popular Hispanic radio hosts in America and earned him unprecedented access to some of the biggest names in pop culture. Santos has interviewed a wide range of celebrities, musicians, and newsmakers, including Enrique Iglesias, P Diddy, Shakira, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Penelope Cruz, Oscar De La Hoya, Pitbull, Jamie Foxx, Ray Romano, George Lopez, Emilio and Gloria Estefan. His clout extends even to the political arena where Santos has conducted interviews with prominent figures such as Senators Joseph Lieberman, Bob Menendez, John McCain, Marco Rubio and President Barack Obama. Santos gained international notoriety as “The Prank Call Master” for a series of historical presidential prank phone calls victimizing President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and the comedic “coup d’état” – the duping of Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro that inspired an obscenity-laced diatribe from the embarrassed leader. It was perhaps controversial moves such as these that led to Santos’ invitation to visit Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and The White House. His deft understanding of socially relevant trends and talent for humor and irony has not prevented Santos from heartfelt participation in the community. Santos has received numerous awards and accolades for his charity and community Additionally, Santos is an advocate and spokesperson for The Clear Health Alliance, an HIV/AIDS Awareness Program along with Magic Johnson and also for The Ad Council’s texting and driving prevention campaign "Stop Texts Stop Wrecks." No matter how busy his schedule, Santos has never lost his community ties and continues volunteering as a Reserve Police officer for The City of Miami Police Department.
$45.00 - $50.00