The Miss Jamaica Diaspora swimwear competition will kick off the evening’s performances, followed by comedy and music sets. Singer Bridget Belcher will headline the gospel segment featuring performers from a number of local churches. Emprezz Mullings, visiting from Jamaica, will host the lineup of performers including Leon Coldero and Kevin Lyttle, who will close the show on a high note with popular hits like “Turn Me On” and “Drive Me Crazy”.
City of Lauderhill Commissioner Howard Berger will perform hosting duties for the event. Attendees are welcome to bring their personal sized tents and lawn chairs, but no food and drinks.
“The Caribbean Village is yet another project produced by the Galleon Foundation aimed at highlighting and educating the community about the rich Caribbean Heritage”, said Lindell Douglas, president of the Galleon Foundation. “Parents can bring their children to this event to learn more about their brothers & sisters culture from other islands. It will be a fun filled day for the entire family”.