Little Haiti Cultural Center
A night with System Band, this Friday (January, 16, 2015) at the Little Haiti Cultural Center. Come to enjoy the Musical band that was at one point the leader in Haitian music.
Remember the event is free and it is a way to continue to support this area in Miami that we claim to be our own. Beside live music from the super band System Band, you will be able to enjoy art, food, culture and fun. At the end of the event, there is Rara Lakay that will take the party to the streets in various neighborhoods in Little Haiti.
I don't know if you had noticed, the Little Haiti area in Miami is getting more and more exciting. This coming weekend is yet another example as it is hosting the Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival. The Haitian community has reclaimed Little Haiti.
Here is how to get to Little Haiti Cultural Center: http://haitianbusiness.com/business-directory/1404/little-haiti-cultural-center/
Performing at the Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival will be some of the greatest names in Haitian as well as International Jazz, including: the United International Jazz Band with saxophonist Felipe Lamoglia, Brazilian singer Beatriz Malnic and Haitian jazz musicians Jowee Omicil, Jean Chardavoine and Harvel Nakundi.
We proud to announce that the popular Haitian Kompa band Djakout #1 will be at Lttle Haiti cultural center on Friday, January 17th from 6pm to 10pm and the event is free of charge.We are expecting a big crowd as these giants in the Haitian Kompa will give us a taste on how they will be performing this year in Carnival in Gonaives.
Djakout: Se Taw Taw!
Be among the first to have a preview of their "meringue Carnavalesque" for 21014. you will be able to evaluate whether or not T-vice will have "baton Nan Rou Li"