Tropicalfete Inc will be presenting a dynamic Caribbean Cultural Showcase at Complete Music Studio, 227 Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11238. During this event Tropicalfete Inc will be unveiling its 2015 carnival costumes under the theme “Going Green”. The event will take place on Sunday June 28, 2015 from 2.00 p.m – 6.00 p.m.Patrons will be entertained with cultural dances by adults and juniors. The adults dance group “Tropicalfete’s Body of Vibration Dance and Theatre”, will be performing to a medley of songs that will include, Calypso, Reggae, Dance Hall, Soca, Latin, and African. The juniors “Children of Culture” will wow the audience with “Hot Hot Hot” dance number. There will also be a spell-bound stilt walking performance.
Costume designers, Marcus Luke, Kenwyn Gibbs, Gillia, Daria M, Sunn Events, Debbie and Veronica will proudly display the costumes for “Going Green”. Little Juju will be featured among the musical performers and Tropicalfete’s Steel Pan Ensemble under the guidance of Ricardo Greenaway and assistant Crystal Rawlins-Greaux will mesmerize the spectators with the music of the super sweet steel pan.Tropicalfete Inc emphasizes that “Going Green” will be entertaining as well as educational and encourages everyone to GO GREEN with “Going Green” as that is an experience which will be remembered for the benefit of mother earth.
This event is supported by New York Department of Cultural Affairs, the City of New York City Council Member, Darlene Mealy and NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.
With this program Tropicalfete support cultural programming which focuses on the cultural history and traditions of the Caribbean immigrant community in New York City. This initiative has increase access to unique cultural offerings which focus on our immigrant heritage.