First Trinidadian Soca Artist to Perform at Annual R&B/Hip Hop Festival
Your Key To The Caribbean!
Fete Rat de J'Ouvert Band presents “Red Light District” on J'Ouvert morning in Pt. Fortin for Borough Day 2014 on Saturday May 3rd.
The International Festival of Life(IFOL) was created in 1993. The IFOL festival is dedicated to celebrating the humanity of all people. The event allows cultural, educational and spiritual exchange through innovative programming and a marketplace format that highlights the global spectrum of entertainment, food, fine arts, crafts, small business and corporate communities.
Two of Jamaica’s top wordsmiths, Tanya Stephens and Sanjay, have teamed up to create one of the most talked about videos in reggae music today.
Directed by Daniel Saboune out of Australia and shot in Jamaica Corners of My Mind, the video, was released on International Women’s Day and since then has had tongues wagging due to its anti-abuse message.
Throughout April and May, the Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer Stephen "Ragga" Marley will headline some of the most prestigious venues in over 30 cities nationwide on his Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life Tour. See full schedule below. For most up-to-date routing visit: https://www.facebook.
Trinidad Theatre Workshop in collaboration Bocas Literature Festival will host a production called HeLa. The one-woman show, which is carded for the 17th, 18th and 19th April at 8:00pm, was written by Adura Onashile, directed by Graham Eatough and produced by Iron-Oxide. Tickets are just $100.
Jazz Artists on The Greens, is a large, festival-styled, jazz concert event that was initiated in June 2003. Leaning towards the Caribbean Jazz idiom for inspiration, the event exposes many new patrons and young musicians to Jazz in an informal setting, helping remove much of the mystique that seemed to surround the genre.
A NATIONAL CITIZEN’S CONVERSATION ON THE STATE OF THE CARNIVAL
SUNDAY 23RD MARCH 2014 - 9AM-5PM @ QRC
Many people believe that the Port of Spain Carnival is near-death...
INTERNATIONAL CARIBBEAN MUSIC AMBASSADOR MACHEL MONTANO TO SERVE AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER OF 40TH ANNUAL FLORIDA CARIBBEANSTUDENTS ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE AT MIAMI DADE COLLEGE
April 4-6, 2014
Empowering the Next Generation of Caribbean Leaders
Rapso soldiers, 3canal, Spoken Word performers, Freetown Collective and pannist, Clifton Harrydass are among the many acts expected to grace the stage at the annual “Friendship Festival” being held at the Blackman Family Ranch inPiparo this evening (Saturday, March 15).