Charleston Carifest 2015
Charleston Carifest introduces the Carifest Children's Carnival this year. We invite all children ages 5 - 17 years old to sign up and join us on Saturday, May 31, 2014. Children may either join Caribbean Rootz Mas Band or sign up with another group. Sign for the Masquerade Camp and the Carnival at Arthur Christopher Community Center, 265 Fishburne Street (across from Burke High School) or on www.charlestoncarifest.com.
We have been asked to participate in the North Charleston Arts Festival on May 3 and in Piccolo on May 24. The children will have an opportunity to participate in three events.
Charleston Carifest After the Children's Carnival
More detailed information on Charleston Carifest Caribbean Carnival is located at www.charlestoncarifest.com Charleston Carifest is a family friendly event that celebrates Caribbean American Heritage Month.
Tickets for all Carifest events are located at TBA.
Charleston Carifest Caribbean Carnival 2015
One Caribbean! is the theme for Charleston Carifest 2015. Come to Charleston SC and celebrate during Caribbean American Heritage Month. SIX activities over FOUR days, June 11 - 14, 2015.
Thursday, June 11 - Carifest Symposium, Opening Reception *new venue
Friday, June 12- J'ouvert, Caribbean Mardi Gras
Saturday, June 13 - Carnival Street Parade
Saturday, June 13 - Cultural celebration in Brittle Bank Park.
Saturday Night - June 13 - White Glow After Party Sunday - June 14 - TBA
Play Mas in beautiful Charleston!
Special invitation to Band Leaders, we need your support.
visit to low country live
charleston carifest symposium 2011
Lorna Beck, Monika Ponton Arrington (Taino Representative) Presenter, Queen Quet of the Gullah Geechee Nation, Kimberly Eison Simmons, Presenter.
Celebrate Charleston Carifest, Caribbean Carnival
June 12 - 15, 2014 Join us on Face Book - Charleston Carifest
South Carolina Caribbean Culture and Heritage Inc. welcomes you to Charleston Carifest 2014. Charleston Carifest is the ultimate Caribbean celebration designed to celebrate and educate on the culture of the Caribbean. The Caribbean is a plethora of cultures that has congealed into one diverse, unique Caribbean Culture. The influence of Portugal, Spain, France, Great Britain, China, India, is evident but is dominated by the African influences. This is proudly displayed in dance, music, art, language patterns and expressions of the people.
Celebrate the Culture of the Caribbean Thursday, June 12, 2014 at the Stern Center Ballroom, College of Charleston during our Caribbean Symposium, Friday June 13, at the Masquerade Fete at the International Longshoreman's Hall, and on Saturday, June 14 in the Carnival Street Parade and Cultural Festival in the park, the White After Party and Sunday, June 15, Carriage rides through Charleston.
Charleston Carifest is a time of fun, and excitement with Caribbean music, food, craft, games and dance.!
The featured country for Charleston Carifest 2014 is Puerto Rico. Be on the look out for our Dance workshops to prepare you to have enough stamina for the parade and to dance carnival-style in the park.
South Carolina Caribbean Culture & Heritage Presents
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