Summer is not only know for sun and fun but it is also a time when a number of Caribbean carnivals take place. Today Caribbean Thrill features 6 carnival parades happening in August.
Caribbean Thrill keeps you updated on Caribbean events that are going on throughout the islands and the wider diaspora. Visit the site here.
Meet In The Caribbean Magazine is back – now in website format. Featured Caribbean based event venues and suppliers are showcased to businesses, organizations and event planners around the world. Click here to visit the site
The 2018 Markham Fair kicked off today and will continue from now until Sunday September 30th, 2018. But did you know that this annual event is one of Canada’s oldest country fairs? ESN on Events will be attending the fair for the very first time ever this weekend and we wanted to find out a… Read more »
This is the promise given by Gospelfest’s Executive Producer Adrian Agard during a recent interview with the Nation News Weekend Buzz. After 26 years of delivering this all inspiring gospel music festival Agard wanted to assure fans and followers that he and his team are in it for the long term. Barbados Gospelfest 2018 started… Read more »
Kensington Palace has today released three official photos of the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Following his guilty plea last week to two counts of wire fraud in connection with the disastrous 2017 Bahamian music festival Fyre Festival, organizer and promoter Billy McFarland was ordered to repay the $26 million he admitted to stealing from investors, according to a judgment issued against him on Friday (March 9) in the Manhattan… Read more »
St. Patrick’s Day has now become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing and special foods. It is held on March 17th every year. Here are some ideas on how to celebrate St. Patty’s Day just like the Irish.
In August 2017 the Daphne Joseph Hackett Theatre, formerly know as the Queen’s Park Theatre, and long identified as one of Barbados’ premier performing arts venues, reopened its doors with the staging of two plays as part of CARIFESTA XIII.
Remembrance Day, also known as Veteran’s Day, Armistice Day or Poppy Day, is a time when nations around the world remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty. It is typically observed on November 11 and people stop work to observe a moment of silence at 11am on November… Read more »