Images From Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival
November 20, 2012
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Thanks to Largeup for these great pictures from the event:
The World Creole Music Festival is an international showcase for the homegrown music genres of the Creole-speaking world, and one of the most unique music festivals in the Caribbean. The annual fest brings together zouk bands from Guadeloupe, compas singers from Haiti, and Dominica’s own kadans and bouyonstars, along with a handful of performers from the broader Caribbean, including, of course, Jamaica. Acts from French Africa and Louisiana’s Cajun country have also performed.The is year’s Creole Music Festival pays Homage to Jeff Joseph and celebrates Sweeter at Sixteen. Read About The Festival Here
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