Great Bay, St. Maarten (February 14, 2016) – For the first time in the history of St. Maarten Carnival an African Flavor night has been included in the festival’s calendar. To match this historic event, organizers of the African Flavor concert are bringing one of Africa’s musical superstars, Bracket who gave the world the mega-hit, “Yori Yori”.
“Bracket of “Yori Yori” fame will be performing live and direct from Africa at the Festival Village on April 26th,”‘said Melissa Webster, president of the African Flavor foundation.
“We are all very excited about this for many reasons. First because Bracket is coming with their full band out of Africa and have promised a night to remember.
Secondly, because the African Flavor night is going to be a unique experience for everyone who attends the show. And thirdly, because we will be going straight from African Flavor into J’Ouvert morning,” Ms. Webster said.
Also appearing on the show will be Trinidad’s Benjai who rocked the region last year with his hit song, “Phenomenal”.
Our very own Oswald, who’s currently working and living in France, will be flying in especially for the show and joining him will be Roxxy and Exodus out of Anguilla. Also performing on the show is the dance group Nirvana and one of St. Maarten’s very popular calypsonians King T-MO, the reigning Soca Groovy Monarch. They will be backed up by Fred York and his Musicology band.
Another major feature of the African Flavor concert is that everyone who purchases a ticket will be eligible to participate in a raffle draw with the spectacular grand prize of round trip airline tickets for two to Nigeria.
“When we say we’re offering a unique experience, we mean just that,” said Mrs. Ursel Biabiany-Gumbs, Event Coordinator. “Buying a ticket to the African Flavor concert is not only about going to a fantastic show, but also about the chance to win fabulous prizes, throughout our promotional campaign,” she said.
“But you have to be in the Village at the time of the raffle to win the prizes, otherwise another winner will be drawn,” Mrs. Biabiany explained. She said that only tickets that are purchased will be part of the raffle, not complementary tickets.
“There are a limited amount of Early Bird tickets that will go on sale for a very short period of time from February 15th until February 29th for only $25 each, so make sure you get yours, ” she added. “The regular tickets will cost $40 each and $45 on the day of the show.” Ticket outlets are: Adolphus Richardson on the Pondfill Road, Ikemba African Gallery on Front Street, Van Dorp Madam Estate & Simpson Bay and Artsen Gas station in Marigot.
“Please like our Facebook page- African Flavor Entertainment- and keep checking for updates and promotions,” Mrs. Biabiany added.
Source: The Daily Herald First African Flavor Night at Carnival 2016 to Feature Superstars BRACKET