Get a taste of the Caribbean right here in New Orleans at the second annual NOLA Caribbean Festival. This two-day festival hosted at Central City BBQ celebrates food, culture, music, and art from a variety of Caribbean countries across the globe. Daily entrance to the festival is $15, which provides fest-goers with access to official food and craft vendors, exclusive musical performances, and activities such as salsa dancing. Admission for non-infant children is $5 and includes access to the festival's Kids Corner, which is fully equipped with a bounce house, face painting, drum lessons, and event staff.
Musical performances vary by the day and will feature talent from Jamaica, Colombia, Trinidad & Tobago, Cuba, Honduras, and many more.
You can expect a diverse range of traditional Caribbean dishes and drinks from local and national vendors including:
-Island Paradise -Fritai -Karibu Kitchen - The Papusa Lady -Central City BBQ -Yak-a-mein Lady -Trini Queen Lisa -The Smoking Oyster -PhytoNola -Johnny's Jamaican Grill -Puerto Rico Coffee Company -Naje's Tropical Paradise -Zippy Fruit -Bhoomi Sugar Cane Water -Smoove Tropical Icees
Vegan and vegetarian-friendly menu options will be available.
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