Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival in Aruba
With a small budget and a lot of help from local people and enterprises, a dream comes true every year!
Aruba’s annual Caribbean Jazz Festival has taken place in Orangestad every Autumn since 2006. The dream and creation of Eric E, the festival boasts an impressive lineup of local and international jazz, funk, blues, hip-hop, salsa, soul and Latin artists. The music is just a part of what makes this festival such an amazing experience. A positive, vivacious ambience intertwined with music, art, poetry, dance and delicious food from around the world make this a truly sensuous and memorable experience.
A four-day warm-up precedes the festival and is held at smaller, more intimate venues, offering a selection of free concerts.
Well-known artists who have featured at past festivals include George Benson, Angie Stone, Eddie Palmieri, Marcus Miller, Isaac Delgado, Candy Dulfer, Raul Midon, Richard Bona, Izaline Calister, David Sanborn, Moon Baker, Chaka Khan, Oscar d’ Leon, Pete Philly, Randy Bracker, Giovanca, Jose James, Willy Garcia and Prince Royce.
Why not join us for this special 10th anniversary Caribbean Jazz Festival on Saturday 24th of September! We promise to rock you with a show you will never forget!
Tickets are selling like hot tamales! Hurry and get your’s now @ https://caribbeanjazz.com/tickets/
Check out this snippet from an awesome review on www.caribbeanjazz.com:
Unity’s live performances have touched the souls of audiences with their sizzling hot interpretation of the coolest Michael Jackson songs. From the moment the Latin big band takes over the stage with their blazing beats and stunning visuals, they bring a performance that shakes the soul down to the spine and straight into the hips. Adding flavor to the songs you grew up to know so well, the 16-people strong musical formation is bound to blow you away and straight into a trip down memory lane. On this year’s edition of the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival, UNITY featuring Jon Secada are dedicated to not only honor, but to celebrate Michael Jackson
Looking forward to seeing you there!