Dominica: Prime Minister of Commonwealth of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, has shared that this week’s Annou Pale episode will not be aired.
The Prime Minister further wished the Dominicans a blessed as well as a restful weekend. He further asked the residents and tourists to enjoy the Jazz ‘n Creole festival, which commenced on May 1, 2022 (Sunday) in Dominica.
“Greetings! Please note that Annou Pale will not be aired this evening. I wish you a blessed and restful weekend,” Prime Minister Skerrit stated.
He also asked the people who were headed to Fort Shirley to enjoy the festivities of the Jazz ‘n Creole.
“Those of you headed to the Jazz ‘n Creole at Fort Shirley do enjoy the festivities,” the PM said.
Dominica has been celebrating Jazz ‘n Creole after the gap of two years due to the restrictions due to the COVID-19 virus. This year, the nation will witness the 11th edition of the festival. It will feature a number of notable names, including Saint Lucia’s Teddyson John and the JSJ Trio from Guadeloupe. Popular Dominican group Femme 4, which includes female artists Shalina Samuel, Marsha Augustine, Marsha Laurent, and Tasha Peltier, will also perform.
Jazz ‘n Creole Festival is a festive that celebrates the fusion of Jazz Music with Creole Music, Food, and Culture. The music festival was first presented by Discover Dominica Authority in 2010; since then, it has been well received each year as the inviting and casual ambience has been appreciated by patrons. It is one of Dominica’s major tourist attractions.