Friday, September 19, 2014
Little Haiti Cultural Center
Jahfe plays a heavy fusion of roots reggae with rocking dub-hop. Representing the power of youth and the wisdom of roots culture, their performance reflect the true ability of conscious music to connect people of all backgrounds. Favorites of Miami’s music scene, Jahfe members represent diverse international cultural roots – from Haiti to Spain, Israel, Cuba, Czech Republic, Morocco, and the USA. The musicians and band have worked with a who’s who in reggae, most recently a hit song with popular star Sean Paul.
Between sets, DJ Mack.
In the gallery, Guantanamo Memory Project.
A rocking after party at 7th Circuit with the Moksha Roots Allstars and special guests.
The night will featuring delicious kreyol cuisine from Leela’s Lakay, Hyper Malt, Prestige Beer and Clairin Rum at the bar, and more. Have you tried Clairin? It is a uniquely Haitian “rum agricole”, imported to the US for the first time! Enjoy a special Big Night Big Punch.
The hands-on art activities for kids are sponsored by Positive Impact Foundation / Kose Famn and Bass Museum of Art.
Big Night in Little Haiti takes place every 3rd Friday, free, at the Little Haiti Cultural Center. Major support is provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Additional sponsors and partners include Hyper Malt, Clairin, Prestige Beer, FIAT of North Miami, AmericanAirlines, City of Miami, Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.
LHCC: 212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, FL 33137