Entertainment and food set for Harbour Drive

Local entertainment, art and food is on show downtown beginning at 5pm on Friday, 31 May. 

Culture Shock is billed as a “Cayman Nite” and features music from Swanky Kitchen Band, Andy Blake, Shameka Clarke and the Red Bay Drummers in the streets of Harbour Drive, across from Breezes and Margaritaville. Admission is free. 

Carol Britton of Grass Piece Group said that it’s intended that this become a monthly celebration of Cayman’s people, music, art and culture. 

“In so many other countries, the capital is where all the excitement is. It’s as if you can feel the heartbeat of the city intensify as night falls,” she said.  

Kids will have their own special area for fun and games and there will be lots of Caymanian food favourites at each event, she added. This month will feature vendors from North Side, who will sell favourites like fish tea, fish and fritters, conch, turtle, beef, cakes and local fruit juices. 

“Imagine people simply enjoying each other’s company, like a good backyard cookout, and you have Culture Shock—people you love, conversation, laughter, games, music, and, of course, good cook food,” Ms Britton said.  

 

For more information contact 926-0961 or email [email protected]

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Swanky Kitchen Band is getting ready for action. – Photo: File
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  1. I think this is an excellent idea. Yes we need to bring something like this to the waterfront, where locals and visitors can go an enjoy an evening out. I am also happy that it begins with featuring each district once a month to show off their arts and local foods. I believe this will bring Cayman people back together, because they will get the opportunity once again to meet and greet. I DO HOPE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT REMAINS LOCAL: Meaning that Caymanians are the persons selling their local foods and Cayman arts and crafts. One more request I say ONE DOLLAR ENTRANCE FEE SHOULD BE CHARGED to all, that one dollar should also be paid by food and art vendors. It mat not go far but it can help with the clean up. Just saying.

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