The World Creole Festival begins on the 27th of October. (Image Credits: Google Images)

Dominica: World Creole Festival extends line up with 4 more performers

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The World Creole Festival 2023 is a highly anticipated event which has now been extended, with 4 more performers set to take the stage, much to the delight of fans. The festival is a highly celebrated event which allows artists to perform for and endear themselves to fans.

The 4 new performers booked for the big stage are KALASH, DJ Private Ryan, Ridge and Friends and Kenny G. This highlights the eclectic interests of the audience who seem to enjoy a variety of artists.

This information was released by Dominica Festivals late last evening.

KALASH in particular, is a unique artist who hails from Martinique. He is known for his intriguing style of rap, and combining Caribbean genres of music with trap music. This results in a fascinating blend that stands on its own.

Private Ryan on the other hand, is Trinidadian DJ, music/event producer and songwriter. He is best known for producing brilliant Soca mixes. He is also responsible for taking this new blend to various parts of the world and popularizing Soca in places where it was unlikely to reach otherwise. An example of his approach and reach are the ‘Soca Brainwash’ events which he popularized.

Ridge and Friends and Kenny G hail from Dominica and are known for their high octane, energetic performances. These exciting new artists are joining the ranks of Popcaan, Beres Hammond, Machel Montano, Patrice Roberts and Asa Bantan, who were already a part of the lineup.

The dates for the 23rd World Creole Music Festival have already been released. The event will begin on the 27th of October and is slated to come to a close one the 29th of October.

The World Creole Festival has now become an important part of Caribbean culture. It is seen as a landmark event for fans of genres that have originated in the region. The festival is also highly appreciated for giving a platform to artists who have merged the many forms of Caribbean music with international genres to bring a new element to the table.

As a popular event, the World Creole Festival is known for bringing established artists, as well as new performers to its stage, which has often acted as a boost to the careers of many.

For fans, the festival is an extravaganza where their favourite artists rub shoulders with up and comers who bring a unique excitement to the event.