Soufriere, Saint Lucia: The Creole Heritage Month will reverberate with echoes of Creole tradition, music, art and culinary delights of Saint Lucia during this weekend, from October 28 to October 29, 2023.
Saint Lucia hosted Creole Heritage Month with a month-long celebration. The country is now gearing up for the upcoming events of the last two days, which are:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2023: Chateau Belair’s Food Arts and Crafts Affair
The charming community of Chateau Belair will take centre stage on Saturday, October 28th, offering an indulgent rendezvous with Creole cuisine, fine arts, and handmade crafts. Saint Lucia Ministry of Tourism extended invitations to the patrons for the new experience of the food, art, and crafts affair.
Besides this, the music will also be part of the celebration with the performance of the artistes:
- MTX Band
- Prado and many other
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2023: PLIS BELLE TWÈ
The talented vendors will compete for the coveted “Plis Belle Twè” title and will add another level of charm to the event. It will be promising event and an exceptional display of creativity and craftsmanship. The event will unfold at the Old Trafford Complex, commencing at 10 am, offering a delightful opportunity to explore the artistry of vendors and local artisans.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2023: La Plas Kweyol will be held at Soufriere Mini Stadium
Saint Lucia will host “La Plas Kweyol” on Sunday, October 29, 2023 on the last day. The event will be held at Soufriere Mini Stadium.
Throughout the day, patrons will have the chance to partake in an array of cultural demonstrations, peruse captivating exhibitions, and enjoy performances by acclaimed groups such as the Silver Shadows, Tanbou Mele, Unity Band, MTX, Future Lights, Lapo Kabwit, and a thrilling “clash of the flower societies.” Soufriere’s La Plas Kweyol will offer a profound immersion into the heart of Soufriere’s Creole culture.
Soufriere is the place to be for a weekend of cultural splendor, creole culinary delights, and exciting performances, as we unite to honor our Creole legacy.
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