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Calypso Greeters
Whether it is at the airport, a private function or even boarding for that cruise, we can welcome your guest in style. Dressed in their elaborate carnival costumes from the Mecca of carnival “Trinidad “, the calypso greeters will greet your guest with a pleasant smile.

Mocko Jumbie Stilt Dancers
Originated in West Ghana Africa over 200 years ago, Mocko Jumbie which means “ Good God Good Spirit “ , brings excitement to your event. Standing 14ft in the sky doing acrobatic stunts that will just dazzle your guest. This will definitely take your event to another level.


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Junkanoo
Let me hear you say Junkanoo, the concept behind the drums was derived from Africa and today makes it home in the Bahamas. Dressed in their colorful costumes beating drums, blowing horns, blowing whistles and shaking bells its Goombay time. If your guest is still looking for more action, this will definitely make them rise to their feet and join in the parade.


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Steel Drum by Stan
Sit back and enjoy the sweet sounds that ring off the steel drum played by one of south Florida most talented panist. Listen to some of your most popular tunes played on the steel drum with a twist of Caribbean beats mixed into it.


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Prince Dragon the Fire Eater
Defined by two words “Class Act“. Prince Dragon or the human spider brings to you a talent one cannot describe. Whether he is eating blazing fire or rapping his legs behind his head, leave your seat and miss this act and you will regret it.


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Reggae/Calypso Bands
Caribbean Music Farm is south Florida’s most versatile Caribbean band. CMF takes you on a journey through the Caribbean islands playing hit after hit. This high energetic band can satisfy any audience playing a variety of music (calypso, reggae, R& B and more). With over 25 years of musical experience, CMF can set your event apart from the rest.


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