Caribbean Days Festival features an amazing outdoor music festival. Each year, our main sound stage plays host to a lineup of bands playing Soca, Reggae, Calypso, Latin, African and other international sounds to a large crowd. Singers, dancers and other performers entertain with sights and sounds from a wide range of cultures.
Festival-goers are welcome to bring their blankets and find a spot on the grounds from which to take in the show. Prepare to “get something and wave” when the fever of the island music takes over. Caribbean music gets people moving, young and old… there’s nothing like it!
Check out the Festival Entertainment Lineup
Calling All Music and Dance Performers
The Caribbean Days Festival organizers are calling for performers to submit requests to participate in Caribbean Days Festival.The next Caribbean Days Festival will be held on the last Saturday and Sunday of July at Waterfront Park located in Beautiful North Vancouver, B.C. Canada. This park is an exciting outdoor venue that comfortably accommodates thousands of people. This Festival, which is the largest of its kind in BC attracts over 30,000 over two days, annually and is preceded by a huge Multicultural Streets Parade on the Saturday morning. Our goal is to continue to provide an awareness of our music, artistes, art and culture.
We are looking for musicians and performers with CARIBBEAN Culture or AFRO/CARIBBEAN, AFRO LATIN/AFRO WORLD content. Ultimately we would like to select a variety of performers that best project the image and Diversity of the Region. Open Air concert, indoor concert, dance hall stage, parade float and easy listening. Please provide us with your promotional kit and any tapes or CD’s. We may request an audition of your group.
For participation in the Caribbean Days Festival Entertainment Program
In consideration for being permitted to take part in this event, we agree to perform diligently, preventing harm or injury to ourselves or others, whether participants or non - participants, and to keep indemnified the Trinidad & Tobago Cultural Society of British Columbia, Caribbean Days Festival Committee and/or the City of North Vancouver, and their respective agents, officials, servants, an d representatives
from and against all claims, actions, costs, expenses, and demands in respect to death, injury, loss or damage to persons or property, howsoever caused arising out of or in, notwithstanding that the same may have been contributed to or occasioned by the negligence of the said bodies or any of their agents, officials, servants, or representatives. It is understood and agreed that this agreement is to be binding on the applicant, its heirs, executors, and assigns and that the applicant has b een informed that it may seek legal advice before signing this agreement.
Join us on stage! Please print and read the following documents and submit the Entry and Waiver forms by the deadline.
Equipment provided: A complete sound system with a 32-channel board and back line gear. A professional sound engineer for the outdoor main stage (approx. 24 x 40) is available. Performers MUST provide any special equipment requirements.
Compensation: Performers are given HONORARIUMS which are funded primarily by a provincial gaming grant and the fundraising efforts (proceeds from concessions) of the T&T Cultural Society. There is no cover charge or entrance fee.
What to submit:
- Brief statement of your performance outline
- Bio/professional resume of your group
- Promotional photographs
- Two reviews (optional)
- A representative sample of your work
- Musicians: CD or tape
- Dance groups: one VHS videotape
Send Materials/enquiries to:
CDF Stage Manager
12-6089 144 St. Surrey,
BC V3X 1A4
Fax: 604 434-9334