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The sounds of reggae, soca and dancehall echoed through Camana Bay on Saturday night as stars such as Skip Marley took to the Festival Green stage in the SumSplash summer music festival.
Thousands turned out for the annual Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival Saturday night at Camana Bay’s Festival Green.
Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival announced this week that tribute band Simply Queen will be the headline act at its Jan. 26 event.
Anyone who attended the energetic Spring Splash concert on Festival Green featuring Ky-Mani Marley and Diana King will no doubt be eager to hear about this year’s event and headliner. Spring Splash is back on March 23 at the Lions Centre with Luciano Messenjah topping the bill.
A 5,000-strong crowd gathered on Camana Bay’s Festival Green last Saturday to sample the very best of local produce and culinary creativity.
From hurricane hunting to a visiting boxing legend to soca on the streets of George Town, Cayman experienced another colorful, eventful year.
It’s shaping up to be a big night on the Festival Green at Camana Bay this Friday. The comedy stylings of Red Grant opened the Capella Festival at Margaritaville on Thursday night, and now reggae superstar Beres Hammond will be taking to the stage on Friday.
U.S. Open champion for 2017, Sloane Stephens, along with tennis greats Jimmy Connors, Pat Cash and Stefan Edberg are the headliners in the 2018 Legends event scheduled for Feb. 9 at Festival Green in Camana Bay.
With its usual mix of impressive tennis moves and entertaining on-court banter and antics, the annual Legends showcase was held at Festival Green in Camana Bay Friday night.
Tennis stars John McEnroe, Jim Courier, Monica Seles and Daniela Hantuchova will be the headliners at next year’s Legends tournament in Camana Bay. The event will return to Festival Green on Friday evening, Feb. 17, and will include men’s singles and mixed doubles.
Manny Pacquiao, the boxing legend, politician and most famous man in the Philippines, is coming to the Cayman Islands in January to host the Island Rumble boxing event.
The burgeoning Maris Avenue Bridge is, to us, an outward sign of the Dart Group’s hopes and plans for their future in the Cayman Islands.
The six giant beams that will form the backbone of a new bridge at Camana Bay swung into place this week. Using a large crane, Decco, Dart’s development management company, moved the 95-foot beams into place for the new Maris Avenue Bridge, which will connect the central island and Festival Green to the mainland.
January is apparently all about the food. Forks have barely hit the sink before it’s time for Taste of Cayman, and this year promises...