Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork, Jerk Everything
The 12th Annual Palm Beach Jerk Festival is set to kick-off the summer with an international flair. The festival will be filled with culinary personalities, delicious jerk inspired dishes and a fun family-friendly environment. Hosted by Full-A-Vybez, Inc. in association with 1.800.411. Pain, A Medical & Lawyer Referral Service, this year’s 12th Annual Palm Beach Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival will take place on Monday, May 25, 2015 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. The gates open at 12 noon.
Adding flavor to the main stage, the star-studded line up include the following ingredients of legendary talent: Maxi Priest, Grammy Kid, Beenie Man & the Zagga Zow Band, Morgan Heritage and Romain Virgo.
Acting as the culminating event for a busy Memorial Weekend, families and friends from neighboring cities, including Dade and Broward counties can enjoy a 45-minute ride to share the taste of the Jerk and other Caribbean delicacies. Attendees may purchase coveted wares from the craft vendors, relax with a cold drink, enjoy the DJ selection in the Party Pavilion or bask in the melodious sounds of reggae superstars as they perform on the Main Stage. The sweet sounds of Reggae and Smooth Grooves will take you on a musical journey. The festival features the best of the best reggae artists to take you there. The sounds of kids’ laughter will fill the Kids Romping Zone as children 12 and under can enjoy various fun activities. What better way to enjoy Memorial Day than at the Palm Beach Jerk Festival? Come out and meet with old friends and make new ones, all while nurturing all your senses.
“To accommodate the growth of the largest Caribbean food festival in Palm Beach, we have moved to the South Florida Fairgrounds. Our Title Sponsor, 1.800.411.PAIN, has been with us over the years, supporting and leveraging their resources to assist us in this growth,” says Executive Director of the Full-A-Vybez, Inc. Damian Tater. “The entire family can enjoy food, entertainment and a whole lot of the Caribbean. Instead of going through customs, we encourage people to get in their cars and come out and show South Florida that when Caribbean food and music unite, everything nice mon!”
Tickets are on sale now at www.palmbeachjerkfestival.com or popular Caribbean community locations. Children 12 and under are FREE.
On Memorial Day, May 25, Celebrate Palm Beach Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach. Music, Food & Games.