Spend Father’s Day weekend immersing yourself in island culture at this Caribbean festival in Florida.
You won’t want to miss this year’s Colors of the Caribbean Festival. Held annually on the Saturday of Father’s Day weekend in South Florida for the past five years, this is the perfect opportunity to celebrate Caribbean American heritage.
2016 Colors of the Caribbean Festival
Saturday, June 18th
4 PM – 11 PM
Hollywood Arts Park
Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month
In addition to taking place over Father’s Day weekend, Colors of the Caribbean Festival is happening during Caribbean American Heritage Month. Headline acts to look forward to this year includes the popular Haitian artists Jahnesta and T-Vice, Barbados’ Alison Hinds, Trinidad’s Queen Omega, and Jamaican Reggae star Red Rat.
In addition to the live entertainment, there will be plenty of Caribbean delights, including the YMCA Kids Zone, Caribbean Travel Expo, and the Caribbean Food Village. Visitors can delight in all the delectable flavors of the islands while listening to performances by Bahamian Junkanoo and the sweet sounds of a popular steel band. There will also be smaller stages that will feature cultural performances and folk dancing.
Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase arts and crafts and discover popular travel destinations. Colors 2016 has something for anyone looking for an authentic Caribbean experience.
After a fun day at the festival, come and join us at our CityVu Pool Bar at the Hilton Miami Downtown. Take in the incredible views of the city while sipping on refreshing drinks and enjoying a delicious meal.
We hope you have a great time at this year’s festival.