Flow launches 13th edition of CITP today

A man jamming at a past CITP
A man jamming at a past CITP

Cable and Wireless Communications, under its new consumer brand Flow, will launch the 13th Annual Creole in the Park today.

The media launch which is carded to begin at 11AM at the Fort Young Hotel will, among other things, hear remarks from the Minsters of Culture and Tourism, Hon. Justina Charles and Sen. Robert Tonge and General Manager of Flow Dominica, Jeffrey Baptiste.

In addition, the listening public will hear awards being presented to a community group being recognized for its long standing contribution to the creole culture in Dominica, one special recognition award being presented to a Flow employee and the most anticipated performance lineup presentation for this year’s event.

This year marks the 13th edition of the Creole in the Park off from the heels of Tropical Storm Erika which affected the island one year ago. General Manager of Flow Dominica, Jeffrey Baptiste, said this year will be different from any other year of staging the event.

Baptiste said, “We found ourselves around the table thinking of the best program that would entice our patrons after having suffered from the ravages of Tropical Storm Erika; which caused the cancellation of last year’s biggest day time even. We can say that our patrons will be happy about our selection of artists and the flow of the program this year.”

Baptiste further stated that the company will aim to deliver on its promise to continue supporting and contributing to the development of arts and culture in Dominica, recognizing home grown artisans and musicians by allowing those selected to have a world class experience by performing at the Creole in the Park.

The media launch of the 13th Annual Flow Creole in the Park will be broadcasted live on all radio stations today from 11 A.M.

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  1. mine
    October 7, 2016

    This guy is really enjoying himself.

  2. amused
    October 7, 2016

    OF all photo Dno..?

  3. Bumbble Lee
    October 6, 2016

    Looks like voo doo dance, eh!!! :lol: :lol: Boy Rum can do things, eh!!!

  4. Ridiculousness
    October 6, 2016

    I hope there is good weather so we don’t have to enjoy this in all that LABOO!!!

    Remember the year of Nasio Fontaine? and every other year after that!

    • LuCClu
      October 7, 2016

      To me it seems like every creole in the park is laboo central lol……toujour raining lol. And our Dominican women in dere nice dan dan and prox prox in de laboo too!! Me I had some toeless and I was good to go, I wash my foot in de stand pipe and go about my business.

      • Bumbble Lee
        October 8, 2016

        Come to Church! There’s no laboo there.

  5. Aye
    October 6, 2016

    the caption that have me eno! LMAO :lol:

  6. shay
    October 6, 2016

    I have been waiting for this lunch. One thing that man in the pic become the CITP poster boy eh! lol he really enjoyed that it seems.

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