Published on March 8th, 2023 | by Jessica Williams


3rd Annual Afro-Carib Festival Celebrates Black History Month and Reggae Month in South Florida

Last week’s 3rd Annual Afro-Carib Festival was the perfect finale to bring a close to Black History Month and Reggae Month. With an attendance of over 5000 eager fans packed inside the Miramar Regional Park Amphitheater in Miramar, FL, Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis showcased a fun day with amazing entertainment celebrating the common bonds of the African and Caribbean Diaspora.

This year’s festival showcased memorable, heart-pounding performances by Grammy award-winning reggae artist Koffee, Nigerian electric afro-pop artist Tekno, Haitian sensation J.Perry, R&B hitmaker Alexander Star, Canadian performer David Cairol, and emerging artist Yung Wylin.

“This year’s Afro Carib Festival was a tremendous success,” says Miramar Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis. “The performances were stellar, and the food and merchandise from local vendors were a huge hit. Folks really enjoyed a great evening singing and dancing along to their favorite songs from Koffee, Tekno, and Jacob Forever. Yung Wylin’, Alexander Star and J. Perry also thrilled the crowd. What a way to celebrate Black History Month! Stay tuned as next year’s event will be even bigger and better!”

(Photo Credit: Adria Boultin of A. Photography)

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