IN PICTURES: Jazz ‘n Creole 2017

Despite some issues with the weather, hundreds flocked to Fort Shirley for the eight annual Jazz ‘n Creole.

Photographer, Zaimis Olmos, was on hand to capture scenes, faces, and atmosphere of the event.

See photos below.

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12 Comments

  1. June 7, 2017

    D.N.O please post my comment , I met your criteria ,why wont you post my comment?.

  2. June 7, 2017

    This is for joel murray”s comment ,[ to many white people ], well brace your self you aint see nothing yet as things get bad in Europe and north amerikka you gonna see more whites, chines, Hai tents, and now Russians, I lived in St Johns in the V.I. back in the 70 “s then moved to California when I got back to visit friends st John”s was taken over by white people, they bought the land from the native for a price they could not refuse , and now the people of st john are the minority, blacks cannot afford to buy property in St Johns anymore , as we advertise Dominica as the nature Island people all over the world want to come, not only to visit but to stay , buy property and before you realize it they will be putting up fences with signs that say no trespassing or no niggers allow , calibisie has already been sold out, so I say the best is yet come[wake…

  3. As if
    June 7, 2017

    All the people that were there later on, that’s all the pics you got. Nonsense.

  4. Joel Murray
    June 7, 2017

    i am seeing too many white people

  5. Asaka
    June 7, 2017

    This looked like an awesome event – keep up the great work and keep playing those Jazz and Creole…… be blessed in all you do. Looking forward to next year.

  6. sad story
    June 6, 2017

    Because the same set can afford to go the others have passess because of their job so they attend.

  7. THE NANNY
    June 6, 2017

    Where is the crowd with all the sexy outfits?
    Performers looked good.

  8. Ideal
    June 6, 2017

    Thank you DNO for this. Missing this again another year. Love my Dominican lovely people.

  9. Love this Country
    June 6, 2017

    Are u from another planet!!!!!!!!!

  10. SALT SUCKER
    June 6, 2017

    Great performance T\’Orkest..! Was very impressed with that band.

  11. Concerned
    June 6, 2017

    But why every event in Dominica , the same groups of people are seen in photos. Our population is this small .

    • Dominican Passports
      June 6, 2017

      Extremely small, today I hear a padna talkin about how our population not growing, is not even that! Subtract D/ca population subtracting everybody I go school with done leave already, me next :oops:

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