Philadelphia Caribbean Festival Celebrating 31 Years

Repeating Islands


The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation’s (DRWC) Great Plaza will be transformed this Sunday into many islands showcasing authentic island sounds of reggae, roots international beat, soca, hip-hop, cool jazz, gospel and creative dances complimented by a market place of Caribbean Fashions and Exotic Cuisine.

A culturally rich celebration of 14 Caribbean Islands promises to treat you to a wholesome family fun day on the Great Plaza, Penn’s Landing, at Columbus Boulevard and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, on Sunday, August 20, 2017 from noon until 8 p.m.

Now in its 31st year, this free festival of Caribbean culture, music, and food is one of the celebration of the many festivals in the PECO Multicultural Series and part of the 2017 summer season at Penn’s Landing, presented by PECO.

At press time, the festival’s inclusive entertainment line-up will feature Gwo Koze (Haitian Kompa/Zook), Kenny Sykes (Jazz), Image Band (internationally known from Washington, D.C.)…

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