Digicel continues support of Jazz ‘n Creole as part of commitment to arts

Marva Williams
Marketing Manager of Digicel Marva Williams said Digicel has stood as a stalwart supporter and telecommunications partner for the Jazz ‘n Creole and it has blossomed and thrived with each passing year.


While speaking at a press conference, Miss Willams added that Jazz ‘n Creole isn’t just a festival for Digicel. It is a testament to the rich tapestry of Dominican culture: a harmonious blend of ‘riddims’, melody, attire, camraderie, and tradition that resonates deep within our hearts. It is a celebration of the heritage of our identity, our shared journey, as a people.

 Leading up to the event of Jazz ‘n Creole,  two lucky Digicel customers will get the opportunity to enjoy a two-night stay at the InterContinental Cabrits Resort & Spa, including two VIP tickets to Jazz ‘n Creole. Plus customers will continue to win Jazz ‘n Creole tickets daily.

 Miss Williams expressed that the collaboration is beyond Jazz ‘n Creole. Digicel is committed to the youth, arts, entertainment, sports, and education.

 “Throughout this journey, Digicel has been by your side, we have been championing the acts, promoting cultural exchange, and fostering a form of unity that transcends boundaries. For nearly twelve remarkable years, Digicel has not only provided invaluable support but also embodied the spirit of partnership and collaboration,” Miss Williams added.

 Jazz ‘n Creole is scheduled for May 5, 2024, from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm, at Fort Shirley in Cabrits National Park.


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  1. Victor
    April 19, 2024

    Seriously, doesn’t it strike anyone as just a little bit weird (and wrong) that Dominica’s Jazz and Creole festival has no recognized jazz artists? (Michele, though sublime, only dabbles). I don’t get it. I’m assuming that no-one cares that the organizers and sponsors are marketing and supporting the event under false pretenses.

    • Roger Burnett
      April 22, 2024

      And to cap it all, April is International Jazz Appreciation Month!

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