This year, CaribVic Cultural Day 2017 is in conjunction with the Jamaican Musica and Food Festival!
Sunday November 12, 2017 11am – 9pm
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Watch reggae legends, and an international reggae superstar as The Jamaican Music & Food Festival returns with a huge celebration of roots music, culture & real Jamaican food. Returning to Seaworks, Williamstown on Sunday 12 November, it features sound systems fit for reggae Kings & Queenz, world-class DJs spinning reggae, dub, and dancehall classics for those who know their Buju from Bob, and over twenty food stalls serving up all kinds of Jamaican spice.
Join us for One day, as the Melbourne dockside comes to life with the colours and sounds of Jamaica. With four bars serving up Red Stripe & Rum, plus bass, bass and more bass. Tickets on sale NOW full line up and International headliners soon to be revealed.
Dear Family and Friends,
The CaribVic Cultural Day Picnic is the most important event in the calendar of our Association.
On Sunday 20th November 2016 we will honour Haiti and hope that you would come along to support the cause.
Our Haitian chef will demonstrate and offer free tastings compliments CaribVic at 12 noon.
Our BYO Picnic lunch is a wonderful way to rekindle friendships, meet new families and join in all the fun and games for the young and younger as listed on the attached flyer.
CaribVic is pleased to announce a special Guest Appearance by our very own Carlisle Richardson,
Author and former Ambassador of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Nations; the former
UN Sustainable Development Officer, will bring us up-to-date on the state of affairs in the Caribbean.
Don’t miss this opportunity to welcome Carlisle to Victoria at 3:00pm and with Q&A
We look forward to catching up with you and your family.
See you there.