165 Views no discussions Share The eighteenth annual World Creole Music Festival (WCMF) featuring three nights of pulsating rhythms kicks off in almost a month.We’ve obtained a video of highlights of the 2013 Festival which captures the “true essence of the event in a concise 2″12”.The video, produced by Richard Etienne of Maven Pictures UK, a UK film maker of Dominican parents, is part of “The iD Project” – a documentary about his father’s birthplace.“The video gives you never-before-seen access to the world’s biggest Creole Music festival in the heart of the nature isle of Dominica,” he said.It features artists including Busy Signal, Kassav, Machel Montano, Tito Puente Jr. and Dominican artistes and bands. The full line-up for the 2013 Festival was;Friday: Nu Look from Haiti, Kwasi Color, Machal Montano Triple K Global will be with Ole Benx and Nayee and Asa Bantan.Saturday: Busy Signal, Bracket, Zouk All Stars in the names of Jean Marc Ferdinand, Patrice Human, Orland and also Alex Alexy, Cadence All Stars in the names of Fitzroy Williams and his Band with Chubby & Co, Elisha Benoit, Halibut and the WCK Band.Sunday: Swinging Stars with calypsonians, the Uprising Stars, Kassav, Carimi and the Rising Stars with Kross Vybes.The Festival will be held on October 24 – 26, 2014 at the Windsor Park Stadium in Roseau. The tickets, which cost US $48.00 nightly and US$125.00 season, can be purchased online via www.ddatickets.com.[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhFU7VYS5NU&feature=youtube[/youtube]Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share EntertainmentLocalNews Flashback: WCMF 2013 highlights by: – September 17, 2014
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