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Taste of the Caribbean Festival 

2025 dates to be announced (July)
1, rue Quai de l'Horloge
Montréal (city of) (Qc), Canada
H2L 5C1
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The free-entry 4-day festival encourages visitors to ‘taste’ their way through the islands. Listen to live musical performances from homegrown talents as well as Grammy-Award and JUNO-Award winning artists. You can also take part in dance workshops, music business master classes, video documentaries and educational and historical discussion panels. Local authentic Caribbean restaurants, international guest Chefs and Rum Ambassadors will be giving cooking and mixology demonstrations.

2025 dates to be announced (July)
1, rue Quai de l'Horloge
Montréal (city of) (Qc), Canada
H2L 5C1

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