Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival

Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival

Photo courtesy of the Caribbean American Heritage Foundation of Texas

June marks National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, so why not kick things off with a party? That’s just what the Caribbean-American Heritage Foundation of Texas has done annually since 2010 with the Caribbean-American Heritage Month Festival. The event aims to bring awareness to the many contributions made by those of Caribbean ancestry while showcasing the contributions of Caribbean immigrants to the U.S. and Texas. Attractions include vendor booths offering authentic Caribbean fare like jerk chicken and bake and saltfish (sandwiches) and traditional drinks like sorrel and mauby. In addition, Caribbean musicians and dance groups representing such genres as soca, reggae and Latin pop will perform. Don’t miss the kids zone for those who want to make it a family affair; no charge for children under 12.

2 to 10 p.m. Saturday. Jones Plaza, 600 Louisiana. For more information, call 713-783-5779 or visit $20, children under 12 free.

[Organizer's Description:]

The Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival recognizes June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month. The festival is a feast for the eyes and ears, and those in attendance enjoy the great Caribbean Heritage celebration, complete with fabulous native music, exuberant cultural dancing and delicious authentic foods. The festival is open to all groups and organizations and will continues to grow as a cornerstone of tourism and a display of culture in Houston, named the most diverse city in the United States, for many years to come. We will have three Caribbean bands on display and over 13 cultural performances. We hope to see you there!!!
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