Dominica: 2023 Feast of St Anthony Toucarie Beach to return in Cottage

Roseau, Dominica: Cottage Village Council is all set to host the “2023 Feast of St Anthony Toucarie Beach” in Dominica from June 16 to June 18, 2023. The event will be held in collaboration with Roland Royer- Parliamentary Representative for the Cottage Constituency.

Roland Royer, on his Facebook post, shared an update on the event and said that it will be filled with musical entertainment from some of the top bands and DJs of Dominica. It will feature water sports and delicious cuisine. 

The three day event will feature an exciting celebration of the Feast of St Anthony. 

On Friday, June 16, 2023: The event is named as Friday Dwive. It will feature several local DJs and bands who will showcase the authentic musical heritage of Dominica. It will be included:

  • The First Sprenade Band
  • DJ Spawner
  • DJ Remzz
  • DJ Maxi 

The event will be powered by Power Sounds. 

On Saturday, June 17, 2023: The Seafood Lyme will be held on this day which will be celebrated with several events which are as follows: 

  • TK International
  • Selectah Urban
  • DJ MJ
  • DJ Kubuli 

The Saturday and Sunday water sports are powered by One Talk Water Sports. 

On Sunday, June 18, 2023: The celebration of St Anthony will be held with Sunday Funday; as it will be included several performances of the DJs and bands which are as follows: 

  • Swingin’s stars
  • Midnight Groovers
  • DJ Miguel Labadie

The event will also feature an inter-community Dominorama on Sunday. 

The feast of St Anthony will be sponsored by FFI, Pinnacle, Discover Dominica Authority and Rudolph F Thomas Enterprise. 

Roland Royer invited the patrons and said that the Feast of St. Anthony celebration is back in full swing with musical entertainment from some of Dominica’s top bands and DJs, water sports and delicious cuisine.

“To all the Dominoes enthusiasts, there will be a Dominorama on Sunday afternoon. Please mark your calendars and join us for a fun weekend at Toucarie Beach,” said the parliamentary representative. 

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