Dominica’s Jazz and Creole welcomes large tourists to shore

Dominica has recently hosted its world-famous Jazz ‘n Creole Festival at the Cabrits National Park- Fort Shirley in Portsmouth on May 1, 2022. After a complete halt for two years, the event took place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was hosted together by Discover Dominica Authority and the Ministry of Tourism, International Transport and Maritime Initiatives.

The ‘Nature Isle of the Caribbean’ is mainly influenced by its diverse cultures, and its music expresses this factor very well. Apart from its beauty, the small island nation entices tourists from around the world to visit the country due to its local culture, cuisine, and music.

Dominica’s Jazz ‘n Creole Festival 2022 has attracted a heavy gathering of jazz enthusiasts to the island.

The festival was all about fun & joy with musical performances by multiple jazz artists along with the band, including Saint Lucian artists Teddyson John and JSJ Trio from Guadeloupe. Femme 4, comprising four local female artists, have also participated in the Jazz ‘n Creole Festival. The artists who rocked the stage were Marsha Laurent, Shalina Samuel, Marsha Augustine, and Tasha Peltier.

At the same time, the Marketing Manager of Dominica, Kimberly King, said, “Dominica’s Jazz ‘n Creole is a fusion of jazz music along with Creole music, food, & culture, all in the family-friendly environment of Fort Shirley in the Cabrits National Park. We are excited about being able to host the event in 2022 as events and festivals are the important niche & strategy pillar for Dominica’s tourism development.”

Dominica’s Jazz and Creole welcomes large tourists to shore

“The culture, as well as the tradition of Dominica, have been protected due to festivals and events, which ensure the country’s socio-economic development.”

The Nature Isle of the Caribbean witnessed the eleventh edition after a break of two years due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. The organizers were excited to conduct this edition of the Jazz ‘n Creole Festival.

Besides this, Dominica will be hosting the internationally famous World Creole Music Festival (WCMF) during the final weekend of October 2022. The festival marks the conclusion of Creole heritage month. It is an annual three-day music festival hosted only in Dominica.

The WCMF attracts tourists and media coverage from across the globe. The music festival provides entertainment dedicated to the advancement of global Creole culture and music. The festival also contributes to establishing regional cooperation and network capabilities in culture, tourism, and entertainment.

As per the data by the authorities, it attracts more than 10,000 tourists and around 100 international and regional media partners each year. This massive music festival is attended by visitors from the Caribbean, French Antilles, Africa, and North America, as well as from around the world.

Dominica’s Jazz and Creole welcomes large tourists to shore

Apart from this tourism-attracting festival, Dominica has been engaged in multiple activities which have contributed to the promotion of tourism on the Caribbean island.

The Commonwealth of Dominica is best known for attracting tourists to its mesmerising beaches, luxurious resorts, boiling lake, and tropical rainforests. Festivals, which represent the Caribbean Island country’s tradition and culture, are also counted as tourist attractions.

Dominica is home to flavours of music and dance as well as cultural festivals and hosts multiple carnivals, festivals as well as cultural events, which keeps the citizens intact to local culture.

Dominica has been developing and promoting tourism for past years and transitioning itself from an agriculture-based economy to a more modern, high value-added services economy with the help of the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme. The CBI Programme of Dominica is assisting the country in achieving its development goals.

The country launched CBI Programme in 1993, and it is one of the longest-running and fastest CBI in the world. Interested applicants can apply for citizenship by investing a certain amount in a government-authorized fund or real estate.

Dominica’s Jazz and Creole welcomes large tourists to shore

Dominica grants alternative citizenship following multiple due-diligence checks, which keeps the security of the country intact.

After attaining the citizenship of Dominica, the applicant can gain access to a huge range of benefits similar to individuals who were born in the country. Citizenship will also ensure access to all the rights, responsibilities and privileges defined by the Law of Dominica.

The citizenship by investment programme has been crowned as the world’s number one for five consecutive years by the CBI Index released by the PWM Magazine of Financial Times. It is regarded as the safest, most secure, and most straightforward CBI Programme globally.

Gabriel Peters

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