Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival nominates for Caribbean Music Awards 2024

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Roseau, Dominica: Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival has made its place among the nominations of the ‘Music Event of the Year’ for the Caribbean Music Awards 2024.

The information about the above mentioned has been shared by the Ministry of Tourism of the Commonwealth of Dominica via their official social media handle. Noting to which, they have urged people across the island to show support towards their own World Creole Music Festival.

While taking it to their official social media handle, the Dominica Ministry of Tourism, sharing the post of the Dominica Festivals, shares that “Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival has been nominated in the category of “Music Event of the Year” for the Caribbean Music Awards 2024! We’re encouraging all fans of the annual ‘three nights of pulsating rhythms’ to VOTE NOW!”

The World Creole Music Festival is celebrated annually on the island nation between Guadeloupe to the north and Martinique to the south. The festival plays a crucial role in celebrating and promoting the vibrant culture and traditions of the country.

 The festival beautifully displays the remarkable celebration of Creole music and culture. During Creole, the entire island nation is transformed into a festival of local and delicious food, vibrant music, and celebration. 

The festival begins on the last Friday in October every year and many renowned local, national and international artists grace the stage with their mesmerising performances. The event is also remarkably known for offering three unforgettable and memorable nights to all the attendees. 

The World Creole Music Festival is also the biggest economic driver for Dominica. It witnesses the arrival of several local citizens and travellers from all over the world to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the nation. The expansion in the tourism sector directly contributes to the economic sector of the country, leading to growth and development of the nation. 

The main motive behind celebrating the festival is to acknowledge and preserve Creole culture, especially the local, electrifying music and customs for which Dominica is well known.  

The festival opens doors to several employment opportunities for the local citizens of the island nation as well. It plays a pivotal role in expanding their local businesses and fostering their locally produced goods and services. 

Nia Roberts
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