Welcome to El Rastrillo 305. A Miami 2.0 version of the traditional “Rastro” of Madrid, the most popular open air flea market and part of the cultural heritage of the city of Madrid.
El Rastrillo 305 brings the Spanish festivity to Miami to create a unique experience where culture, tradition and social change come all together in a night to remember.
Culture - Live music, artisan market, special cocktails, book signing, exclusive raffle prizes and much more in a night full of good vibes and entertainment.
Tradition - Miami is one of the most diverse cities in the world with many different traditions. This event will bring the best of all of them together to create a culturally rich atmosphere.
Social Change - They believe in the importance of opportunities and the power of the community. That's the reason we want to make a change and help the most disadvantage sector of the community by donating all the funds raised during the event to the programs that International Studies Foundation is carrying out in the city of Miami throughout sports, education and values.
All proceeds from the event will go directly to the International Studies Foundation's programs in Miami.
Soccer with Values: This program offers free soccer along with seminars and talks to young people between 6 and 15 years old, at risk of social exclusion and from families with low economic resources. Currently the program takes place in Roberto Clemente Park, Wynwood, and has more than 35 boys and girls.
Camino de Santiago: It is a cultural exchange program in collaboration with the City of Miami and the American embassy in Madrid that offers low-income young people with extraordinary academic merits the opportunity to travel to Spain and make the road to Santiago along with another group of students of a program that ISF carries out together with the American embassy in Madrid.