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Jamaica African Dance Arts & Culture Festival 2018, February 15 - 20th

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Jamaica African Dance Arts & Culture Festival 2018, February 15 - 20th

Time: February 15, 2018 at 6pm to February 20, 2018 at 7pm
Location: Mammee Bay Estates, St. Ann
Street: Mammee Bay Estates, St. Ann
City/Town: Jamaica
Website or Map: http://www.jamaicaafricandanc…
Phone: (516) 439-9751
Event Type: dance, drummung, poetry
Organized By: Jamaica AfricanDance Arts&CultureFestival
Latest Activity: Feb 1

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Jamaica African Dance Arts & Culture Festival 2018
Taking place at View of the Ocean Resort in Mammee Bay Estates, St. Ann.
February 15th through February 20th 2018
 Thursday, Feb. 15 - 8pm – 11pm – Registration, Meet & Greet, Drum & Dance Circle
 Friday, Feb.16, from 8am – 1am – Full day of Classes followed by Afrikan Night – Film Showing
 Saturday, Feb. 17, from 8am – 1am: Full day of Classes followed by an All-White Pool Party @
9pm
 Sunday, Feb. 18, from 8am - 11pm: Half Day of Classes followed by Cultural Presentations @
4pm
 Monday, Feb. 19 from 8am – 10am: Overnight Excursion to Charles Town Maroon Town,
Portland
 Tuesday, Feb. 20 – Sightseeing Excursion to Kingston - Optional
APSWN in collaboration with ReggaeToReggaeRadio.TV, the Indigenous People Media, are pleased to
announce the 3rd Annual staging of the Jamaica African Dance Arts & Culture Festival 2018. We
return to Jamaica to continue to uncover, highlight and engage in the rich African heritage found in
every cultural & religious practice, language, music, food, and area of Jamaican life. It is our privilege
to share Jamaica’s fabulous and dynamic teaching artists with some equally dynamic African teachers.
The JADAC Festival focuses on the dance, drumming, arts & culture of this fruitful island and its strong
African presence. This cross-cultural program will take place at the lovely and spacious View of the
Ocean Resort located in Mammee Bay, St. Ann. We welcome and provide economic opportunities
for local vendors to provide delicious foods, crafts, specialized goods and services during the festival.
APSWN in collaboration with ReggaeToReggaeRadio.TV Indigenous People Media presents
3rd Annual Jamaica African Dance Arts & Culture Festival
4 DAYS OF NON-STOP DRUMMING AND DANCE BY WORLD-RENOWNED AND BEST LOVED
TEACHERS CULMINATING IN CULTURAL PRESENTATIONS & AWARDS ON SUN., FEB. 18TH
The 3rd Annual Jamaica African Dance Arts & Culture Festival includes Dance/Drum
Workshops, Movie Screening, Art Exhibits, Performances and Festival. Some of our
confirmed Master Teachers include Idy Ciss, Kameika Brown, Linda Johnson, Nimatoulaye
Camara, Khalidah Kali, and our co-host Amaniyea Payne with Drummers Moustafa Reds,
Clifton Robinson, OG Riz Ryan Greenidge, Sekou, Linval Walker and holding it down on the
indigenous and African drums!! Di FIYAH ah go tun way up in Mammee Bay!
All are welcome!! Children are Free!! Information for vendors, class schedule and festival
events can be found at www.jamaicaafricandancefestival.com. Local rates for local residents!!
Run Time: 4-5 days of Fun, Culture, Dance and Drum in the Wonderful Jamaica

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