Caribbean Food and Rum Festival slated for Labor Day weekend
This Labor Day weekend, Caribbean nationals and Florida residents alike will celebrate Caribbean culture at the Caribbean Food and Rum Festival.
The event will take place at the Hollywood Artspark on September 5 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
This year’s event lineup includes several Caribbean musicians like the Jamaican International Reggae Band – Third World and Jamaican superstar Barrington Levy.
Barbados’ grande dame Allison Hinds will add soca flavor alongside Trinidadian Patrice Roberts. Upcoming stars Julien Believe with his eclectic mix of Bahamian soca and junkanoo beats and Peter Ram will complete the live performances on stage.
The Caribbean spirit will also be showcased through special rum blends from Haiti, Jamaica, Grenada, the US Virgin Islands and the Bahamas with demonstrations by master mixologists.
Guests will have several options to choose from across the French-speaking and English-speaking Caribbean, complemented by demonstrations from festival chefs using rum as a complement to the savory delicacies.
The Caribbean Food & Rum Festival also plans to welcome children with a specially designed village inside the festival village for children – Kidsville and so parents can have fun in the adult village while the children play in a safe and secure environment.
COVID-19 protocols will also be observed during the event.
CaribVille Entertainment CEO Lindell Douglas shares “that the event is taking place for the first time over the Labor Day weekend as it allows the Caribbean to celebrate their contribution to the American workforce while highlighting value Caribbean culture.