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Organisers Upbeat About Inaugural Junior Jazz Festival

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Innovative….Inspirational…..A welcoming and needed event are some of the accolades to proclaim the Junior Jazz and Arts festival.

The Castries Constituency Council in collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government and Housing and with the endorsement of the Ministry of Youth Development  and Sports  will be hosting  a Youth Music Festival slated for the 11th and 12th of May 2023.

This festival is being produced by Dove Productions with the support  of the Castries Constituency Council as well as private  and public sector sponsors.

Junior Jazz is designed to showcase the best young artiste on the island. The event will also give artist and artisan the opportunity to display their works in an attractive environment at our location, Serenity Park on May 11th and 12th from 11am – 3pm.

This event presents an  opportunity for young talent to shine for the world to once again marvel at the wealth of talent out island has to offer. It also gives your youth a platform to display their talent in a conducive environment, where the stage and the activities of the day is organized to assist them to do so.

The Castries Constituency Council  in collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government and Housing and the Ministry of  Youth Development and Sports and  Dove Productions held a  Press launch of the inaugural Junior Jazz event at Sandals Halcyon on Wednesday April 26th 2023 at 10am.

It was a very exciting and well attended event which left both organizers and participants in high spirits and energized to deliver an excellent event.

SOURCE: Castries Constituency Council

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1 COMMENT

  1. ATTN CCC … get someone with grammatical skills to write your press releases. This one was full of grammar errors – it was painful to read. This article deserves a rewrite.

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