Dr. Phillips Center celebrates Caribbean American heritage with free festival

Event will be held on Aug. 14

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando’s own Dr. Phillips Center is celebrating Caribbean American heritage with a festival full of music, dancing and food.

The free multicultural event will be held at 1 p.m. on Aug. 14 at the Frontyard and Seneff Arts Plaza, located at 445 South Magnolia Ave.

[TRENDING: Become a News 6 Insider (it’s free!)]

According to event officials, the festival will be showcasing Caribbean American cultural diversity with steelpan music, a Junkanoo parade, Tassa drumming, African drumming, Indian dancing, and booths specializing in arts and crafts, chamber and business, and Caribbean food.

For more information on the free event, click here.

Check out the Real Talk, Real Solutions podcast in the media player below:

About the Author:

Samantha started at WKMG-TV in September 2020. Before joining the News 6 team, Samantha was a political reporter for The Villages Daily Sun and has had freelance work featured in the Evansville Courier-Press and The Community Paper. When not writing, she enjoys travelling and performing improv comedy.