World Creole Music Festival Roadshow rescheduled to Sept 30

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Dominica: World Creole Music Festival Roadshow rescheduled to Sept 30
(PC – Facebook account of Dominica Festivals)

Dominica: The World Creole Music Festival Roadshow sets its new date for Saturday, September 30, 2023. The Roadshow was earlier scheduled to take place on September 2 but was postponed due to unavoidable reasons. 

The Festivals Committee of Dominica expressed its apologies to the general public for the sudden delay of plans. The World Creole Music Festival is the most anticipated event, which takes place in Dominica every year in October. 



“Don’t miss out on the new date – September 30 is the day to mark in your calendar. Get ready to be swept away by the rhythm, the beats, and the magic of the WCMF Roadshow,” said the DFC. 

The Roadshow will mark the official beginning of the Festival and will create yet new excitement among the citizens and residents of Dominica. The World Creole Music Festival is scheduled to be held from October 27 to 29 at Windsor Park Sports Stadium.  

“We’re turning up the excitement even higher with the rescheduled WCMF Roadshow, and it’s coming to your town with an unstoppable energy that you won’t want to miss! From Roseau to Portsmouth, the vibes, beats, and pure Caribbean magic are about to sweep you off your feet,” said the Dominica Festivals Committee while announcing the new date for the music festival. 

The stops during the WCMF Roadshow will include Ma Boyd, Massacre Basketball Court, Coulibistrie Bridge, Boroughs Square, and Purple Turtle. It will be a non-stop party throughout the day that will have the visitors dancing all day long. 

There is also an exclusive offer in which visitors can take advantage of the Season Ticket Special for just $375. This will unlock an exclusive musical experience and amazing giveaways from the WCMF partners. 

Furthermore, the visitors will get the chance to groove to the tunes of the unstoppable DJ Unstoppable Shax and the incredible DJ MJ, leading the WCMF Train that will keep the energy pumping from start to finish.

The Dominica Festivals Committee invited everyone not to miss this one-time opportunity. It said, “This is your golden opportunity to immerse yourself in a day filled with music, exhilaration, and togetherness. Let’s come together to celebrate the legacy of Creole music in a way that only the WCMF can deliver.”



Dominica’s biggest music festival brings bouyon pioneers, soca legends, Cadence-lypso maestros, Reggae Icons, Afrobeat kings and several other leading music performers from around the world to The Nature Island for three nights of pulsating rhythms.

Artist lineup of WCMF 2022 (PC – Facebook account of Dominica Festivals)

It’s a melting pot of culture, music, cuisine, and good vibes everyone has to experience in Dominica. The Festival began in October 1997, and the organisers have been able to pull off this grand event every year except from 2019 to 2022 due to COVID-19. The WCMF is an experience and one that is more than worth the cost of admission. 

Every year, several leading music artists of the world from around the island come to the Commonwealth of Dominica to perform at the WCMF. Last year, Nigeria’s well-known sensation Burna Boy came to the island nation to groove the audience with his electrifying beats during the music festival. 

The event was launched to complement Dominica’s annual Independence Celebrations. It features three nights of musical vibes from dusk to dawn during the last weekend of October. The initial idea of the event was to bring together local, regional as well as international music artists who create and perform Creole music in their unique way. 


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