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City of Miramar Launches ‘Taste of the Caribbean Islands’ Event

Taste of the Caribbean Islands 2024

Today, the city of Miramar is celebrating their 3rd Annual ‘Taste of the Caribbean Islands‘ event, which will be hosted by Miramar Vice Mayor Alexandra P. Davis and will take place at the Miramar Region Park Amphitheater on Saturday, June 22, 2024, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

According to an official press release, the 3rd Annual ‘Taste of the Caribbean Islands’ event promises to immerse patrons in an authentic Caribbean experience with international artists and chefs showcasing the best of the islands, and those who attend will have an eclectic lineup of entertainment featuring steel drum music, Moko Jumbies, a Junkanoo band, and other live performances by internationally acclaimed artists, including Farmer Nappy, Gem Myers, Visions Band, and Alomake Latin Band, as well as live music from DJ Fergie.

Additionally, the event will also celebrate 50 years of Grenada’s Independence with live cooking demonstrations, art and book displays, and Caribbean food samples.

“Taste of the Caribbean Islands is an event that brings together the culture, language, art, music, and experience of a people under one roof. It is a must-attend event for the folks that appreciate all that makes up our Caribbean islands. We have something for everyone to include face painting and balloon art for the kids as well as an onsite pop-up art gallery and book fair, which will include book readings. The evening will close out with the pulsating rhythms of the islands. We are encouraging everyone to come out to this highly anticipated family event,” Vice Mayor Alexandra P. Davis said in a statement.

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