Jazz n Dine with Lí-Lí Octave

Prepare to be captivated by the enchanting voice of the Caribbean Neo-Soul Queen, Lí-Lí Octave! Mark your calendars for a special preview event on Sunday, April 21st, 2024, from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM AST, at the breathtaking Intercontinental Dominica Cabrits Resort and Spa.

A Night of Soulful Discovery:

This enchanting evening promises an unforgettable experience for music lovers everywhere. Lí-Lí Octave will be previewing over ten brand-new songs destined to be featured on her highly anticipated upcoming album, “Play on Venus. Be among the first to witness the evolution of this captivating artist and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of her Neo-Soul sound.

The Voice of a Generation:

Lí-Lí Octave’s story is one of pure passion. Since the tender age of four, this Dominica-born vocalist has mesmerized audiences with her four-octave vocal range. Her music seamlessly blends the rich cultural heritage of Dominica, Barbados, and Montserrat, creating a sound that is both uniquely soulful and undeniably Caribbean.

Support the Rise of a Star:

This event is an exciting opportunity to not only experience the captivating sounds of Lí-Lí Octave’s artistry but also to directly contribute to her musical journey. Contributions to support the crucial development costs of “Play on Venus” will be gratefully accepted both at the venue and online at https://www.ticketnpass.com/jazzndine.

Event Details:

Lí-Lí Octave

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1 Comment

  1. Zandoli
    April 9, 2024

    Li-Li…..generally people go to a show to listen to music they are familiar with, not be to introduced to a lot of new material.
    If an artist has new material, of course they will introduce it to the audience, but by and large you want to listen to the familiar songs much that you know and love.
    To promote your show with 10 brand new songs? I hope they are catchy and the audience loves them.
    For most people it takes a while before they warm up to a song. Few artists produce material that are instant hits. Bob Marley was one of those artists. For most mortal artists, it might take a while.
    Good luck.

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