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Detroit Caribbean Cultural Festival

Celebrate the different cultures of Caribbean nations right here in Detroit. This celebration, traditionally held during the second weekend of August, boasts international performers, great food, family entertainment and, of course, a parade. The festival, which is located at 2998 W Grand Blvd, or right outside the Fisher Theatre, will feature performances by Kevin Lyttle. Enjoy favorites like "Turn Me On," and "Call Me." This year, Hati is the "2014 Feature Country." Admission is free on Friday, and only a $5 donation on Saturday and Sunday.

Venue Details

  • Fisher Theatre

    3011 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit New Center


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