The management team of this year’s Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival has just released the list of official sponsorship partners for 2023.
The Caribbean’s biggest music event running from May 5-14, 2023, will see seven major brands and corporations lend their support as official sponsors of this prestigious festival.
Digicel is the Gold sponsor providing the top partnership contribution. The digital communications leader is a long-standing backer of festivals and cultural events across the region.
Lucelec is on board as the Silver sponsor. Saint Lucia’s energy provider, is a major investor in community initiatives and sponsorship collaborations from school programmes to cultural events.
There are four Bronze sponsorship partners. These are 1st National Bank, KFC, Sol and
Bank of Saint Lucia. Each one is a key contributor to the success of this year’s festival.
Spanning over three decades, the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival has evolved over the years by fusing music with rich cultural and artistic forms, from local and international participants.
This year’s star-studded line-up and strong arts component has drawn attention from around the world giving all sponsors the opportunity to showcase their brands to a wider audience including global media.
The festival would also not be possible without the valuable support of our media partners of The Wave, RCI, Choice TV, DBS and HTS.
“We are excited to confirm the support from our official sponsors and media partners for the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival 2023. We are proud to bring together their shared commitment in helping to showcase world-class music on our beautiful island, while also offering festival-goers a really good time.” said Thaddeus M. Antoine, Chair of the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival committee.
The 2023 line-up includes international, local and Caribbean music. Genres include Afro beats, jazz, gospel, Soca, reggae, Zouk, pop and an array of cultural beats and exciting rhythms.
The iconic and historic Pigeon Island National Park is the waterside backdrop for the open air performances.
SOURCE: Saint Lucia Tourism Authority