Event Schedule

We are still finalizing our artists. Currently, we have the following artists scheduled to perform in 2019.

Patrice Roberts

Patrice Roberts

It was in 2005 when the world heard her voice alongside that of Bunji Garlin. Speedily the question of who she was circled the Caribbean entertainment industry, with only a few being able to provide an accurate answer. It was her refreshingly soothing and powerful vocals that quickly got her the attention that many established entertainers would have desired years before her name popped up. Now, fondly referred to by her close friends and family as Patsy, Patrice Roberts has assumed her position in the Caribbean music industry as a force to be reckoned with.
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Razor Leonce & The Request Band

Rayzor’s been making the rounds in Trinidad, promoting his new single, “De Weekend”, and so far, he’s been getting pretty great reviews.
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Captain Yankey Boy

“I BROUGHT COLORS INTO SOCA MUSIC”
..which apparently works.
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Samantha Moon

Diversified Vocalist and Musician Samantha Moon born Tracy Samantha Johnson on the beautiful nature island of Dominica. Ms. Moon began showing interest in singing at the early age of three. she is a very versatile singer and is able to sing many genres such as R&b, Reggae, Soul and pop but is focused Mainly on R&B an soul.

One year later ms.moon joined one of Dominica’s most prestigious bands “Natral Vybz International”, as a lead vocalist where she had been a member for three years. She also released local hits with Natral Vybz such as “Hati” featuring Elisha Benoit. This song was dedicated to the people of Haiti after the tragic earthquake. Additionally, the song “REAL MAN”, in January 2011, she performed in Jamaica at the Rebel Salute show. Ms Moon has opened up for artists such as Barrington Levy, Queen Ifrica, Christopher Martin, Cecile, wyclef jean, The Meditations & Irie Sol etc. She has also opened for an Etana concert at the Reicchold centre for the arts in St. Thomas USVI and has performed recently at the 2017 Carifest festival following her live 2017 concert at the Minnesota Music Cafe. In 2014 she took part in the Q95 radio station talent search in the Commonwealth of Dominica where she battled for the crown of best performer and singer and won.. She has also recently won the 2017 competition called “Sing St.cloud” in Minnesota where over more than 14 competitors battled for the winning position.

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Princeton Brown

Of Jamaican descent, Princeton Brown is a local Minnesota music producer, mixing & mastering engineer, singer-songwriter, and entrepreneur who has his own “Princeton Brown Mastering” company. His father is a DJ in Jamaica and his mother is a classical pianist. His parents were a significant influence in sparking his musical journey. At the age of 4, he joined a music school and became a musician before mixing and mastering. He mainly played the piano, drums, and bass, which allowed him to help produce the sounds he makes today.
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Havana Gyspies

Havana Gypsies Band is all about live cuban music , like rumba, guaguanco, son guaracha, son montuno, pilon, danzon, boleros romanticos, guajiras, timba, conga cubana
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Pan Handlers

The Pan‑handlers steel drum band was founded by Chops, Inc. Drum and Bugle Corps, serving as an alternative performance ensemble for those members interested in keeping their musical hobby going without the rigors of marching.

You might see The Pan‑handlers at the same parades you usually see Chopstix Percussion, Top Chops Brass, and Hot Chops Color Guard. You’ll also find us at festivals, parties, and other events any time of year.

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Irie Sol

Erupting out of Minneapolis/St. Paul/Eau Claire with a musical blend that reflects diverse band members who hail from Jamaica, Brazil, the East Coast, and the Midwest, IRIE SOL delivers authentic Jamaican-style rap/chat over blazing bebop horns, soaring soulful melodies and tight drum and bass.
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