Marva Williams

Marva Williams

Promotional tickets to the 17th Edition of the World Creole Music Festival will go on sale from Friday 27th September.

The tickets will be made available to the public at a reduced cost of $250.

Events Assistant at the Dominica Festival Committee, Marva Williams, revealed that the tickets will go on sale at the first Friday Dwivay for the season carded for September 27th at the Krazy Kokonutz.

“Our first dwivay is scheduled for next week Friday and what we are doing this year is linking everything,” she said on Wednesday. “It is the independence celebrations and the festival forms an integral part of that. The Cultural Division will be officially launching the independence activities on that day from 6pm to 9pm and at 9pm, we will bring the crowd to the Krazy Kokonutz for the first official dwivay.”

The dwivay is expected to feature Digital Vibes, Ti Orkest and Triple Kay Global.  These events will continue every Friday until the week before the festival.

The Dominica Festivals Committee will also be hosting a “Ticket Train” or road show and tickets will also be sold to the public via this medium.

“The first road show will be the 28th of September and it is heading to Marigot,” Williams explained. “We are asking everyone along this route to meet us at Last Flight Bar and Grill in Marigot where they will receive special prizes and offers.”

The road show, like the dwivays, will continue every Saturday leading up to the festival in the communities of Marigot, Grandbay and Portsmouth.

“Find out information about the fringe events of the World Creole Music Festival and support. Your support leads to the success or failure of the festival,” Williams said.