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ONE Caribbean Music Festival Brings Dancehall, Soca, Konpa, and Reggae to Lauderhill

If wining to dancehall after stuffing yourself with fried conch is your idea of an irie way to spend a weekend, then you're in luck.

ONE Caribbean Music Festival is heading to Central Broward Regional Park this Saturday and Sunday, presenting an array of the foods and musical styles that originate in the islands just south of us.

This fest is all about celebrating the diversity and the oneness of the Caribbean. To us, that sounds like a lot of dancing, laughing and chomping on jerk chicken by Scotchies.

Expect to hear sounds from all sorts genres too, after the jump, check out the full lineup for the weekend and the range of genres presented.

ONE Caribbean Music Festival Full Lineup

Tabou Combo (Haitian Konpa)

Bunji Garlin (Soca)

Sean Paul (Dancehall)

Kat DeLuna (R&B)

Richie Stephens (Reggae)

Nestor Torres (Latin Jazz)

Maxi Priest (Reggae)

Codered Band (Regae)

Tall Pree (Soca)

Marcia Griffiths (Reggae)

T-Vice (Konpa)

Arturo Tappin (Roots Jazz)

Eugene Grey (Roots)

Fay-Ann Lyons (Soca)

Peter Lloyd (Reggae)

Terry Linen (Dancehall)

Nello Player (Dancehall)

ONE Caribbean Festival, Saturday and Sunday, December 13 and 14, at Central Broward Regional Park & Stadium, 3700 NW 11 Pl., Lauderhill. Tickets start at $43 plus fees. Call 954-361-5062, or visit

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Liz has her master’s degree in religion from Florida State University. She has since written for publications and outlets such as Miami New Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Ocean Drive, the Huffington Post, NBC Miami, Time Out Miami, Insomniac, the Daily Dot, and the Atlantic. Liz spent three years as New Times Broward-Palm Beach’s music editor, was the weekend news editor at Inverse, and is currently the managing editor at Tom Tom Magazine.
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