The Afro Carib Festival’s Celebration of Culture and Heritage

Miramar celebrating the heritage of many residents last month at The Afro Carib Festival. The vibrant celebration of both Black History Month and Reggae Month showcased the rich cultures and shared bonds rooted in African origins and the Caribbean islands. Miramar Regional Park Amphitheater was turned into the cultural Mecca of South Florida.

The 4th Annual Afro-Carib Festival (ACF) featured an exciting lineup of artists, including Nigerian afrobeats sensation Fireboy DML, Grammy award-winning reggae artist Kabaka Pyramid, and old school dancehall hitmaker Nadine Sutherland, along with many local artists. Attendees experienced a mix of afrobeats, reggae, dancehall, konpa, and more genres representing the African Diaspora. This carefully curated selection of artists delivered soulful and unique performances to celebrate the diverse musical heritage of the African Diaspora.

The festival not only highlighted musical performances but also emphasizes the importance of cultural expression through food and merchandise with vendors offering Caribbean and African dishes and unique finds. The event serves as a platform for celebrating diversity and unity within the community, fostering a deeper understanding of the rich traditions that shape the African Diaspora.