PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage

PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage

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Look at this photo... Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band from Trinidad and Tobago performing live at Grand Market Stage

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PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage
PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage
PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage

The Grand Market has a huge stage where there will be performances every night for the duration of the CARIFESTA festival beginning at approximately 6:30 each night. There are displays from various countries showcasing various types of art and culture from across the CARICOM Region. There are also food on sale representative of the various CARICOM countries.

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