Jamaican Products presents the 2021, now 2022, Sydney Caribbean Festival.

Come share our Caribbean culture, experience our unique food and be entertained by our distinctive music and dance on Saturday 26 February 2022.

Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States

This family friendly celebration started in 2009 as an independence celebration for Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.  In 2017, the Festival was opened by the Hon Julian Leeser MP, with Beyond Blue as the supported charity.  In 2018, the Hon Linda Burney MP opened the Festival with Lou’s Place the chosen charity.  Now the event has grown into a Caribbean festival focusing on the 15 Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states.   

Purpose of the Sydney Caribbean Festival:

Flags of CARICOM Member States
  • To showcase and share our rich Caribbean culture, unique food and distinctive music and dance with family, friends, neighbours and the broader community.  
  • Support recognised charities.

Venue Details

Venue:  North Ryde School of the Arts, 201 Coxs Road, North Ryde NSW 2113

Date:  Saturday 26 February 2022

Time:  Opens at 1pm and closes at 8pm

The venue has wheelchair access and accessible toilet.

The map shows the venue location which is accessible by public transport.  Consult with the NSW Transport Trip Planner for bus times from Epping Station, Macquarie University Station or Macquarie Park Station.

Parking is available in the vicinity. There is no onsite parking.

Tickets

Tickets are available for two types of attendance, in person and online. 

Reggae Music

In Person ticket charges* are:

  • Adults (18+)  $25
  • Tens (5-17)  $15
  • Kids (under 5)  Free
  • Family Special (Parents + 3 children)  $60

Online ticket charge* is: $12

*Ticket prices exclude GST and ticketing fees.

Purchase your ticket now.  

Steel Pans

The festival is funded through ticketing, sponsorship, and run mainly by volunteers.  The Sydney Caribbean Festival is the brain child of Hope Kidd, Managing Director of Jamaican Products the main organising and sponsorship body.  Jamaican born, Hope spent 3 years at St. Augustine, in Trinidad & Tobago, becoming the first female engineering graduate from The University of the West Indies.  Apart from believing in the importance of bringing together the community, Hope usually earmarks a percentage of the money raised to support a recognised charity.  This year 2 charities were selected. We are asking patrons to bring toiletries for donation to local charity Will2Live. A financial donation will be made to a Caribbean Red Cross.  

CARICOM Member States

The 15 CARICOM member States are: Antigua and Barbuda; Bahamas; Barbados; Belize; Dominica; Grenada; Guyana; Haiti; Jamaica; Montserrat; St Kitts and Nevis; St Lucia; St Vincent and the Grenadines; Suriname; Trinidad and Tobago.

Join us – for a memorable night “Pon a Walk” down memory lane.

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