The Long Island Caribbean American Heritage Festival (LICAHF) announces plans for the 5th annual festival production line up 2014 on May 12 2014, with a press Reception (TBD).
This will signal the commencement of the festive Caribbean Heritage season in New York City, for Caribbean Heritage Month celebrations, and will be highlighted by performances from numerous Caribbean-American artists. Many leading Caribbean-Americans will be honored for distinguished service; outstanding contributions to the development of the community; the preservation of its diverse culture; and empowerment of its peoples.
The LICAHF 2014 line up will include “Savor the Islands” Caribbean American Restaurant Weekend, the LICAHF business Round Table, the LICAHF 1ST Annual Heritage State Ball, the LICAHF Day festival including golf, soccer and volleyball tournaments and much more.
(LICAHF LLC) was established in 2013 to further develop, and to promote Caribbean arts and culture in Long Island and the New York Metropolitan Area. It is also the organizer, convener and trademarked owner of the rights of the Long Island Caribbean American Heritage Festival in New York City.
The LICAHF first started in 2013, today, it has mushroomed into one of the largest festivals in the Long Island and has hosted approximately 40,000 patrons and has showcased an excess of 200 artists and performers. The festival has also become a sought after tourist attraction and generates noticeable revenue and tourism for Long Island.
The festival, which takes place in various venues on Long Island, entails various aspects of the Caribbean Culture, accompanied by, intoxicating rhythms of the Reggae Soca, Bachata, Compa, Punta the music that the Caribbean.
The celebration and festivities, which are a week long, will be kicked off with a Caribbean-styled reception hosted by the organizers, on June 2 (location TBD).