The West Indian American Carnival Day Association presents #WIADCAYouthFest the annual Stay in School Youth Fest – College, Tech & Trade Schools Fair on Friday September 2nd, 2016 in the Brooklyn Museum Parking Lot.
As usual the Free four hour event which begins at 11:00 am to 3:00 pm will showcase a variety of talents such as singing, poetry, dance, African drumming, Drumline and Steelpan by young aspiring performers. There will also be a fashion show by a very talented young African designer Egypt Ify Ufele, CEO Chubline/Bully Chasers.
This year #WIADCAYouthFest will feature a competition for trophy and cash prizes by local Disc-Jockies representing various high schools and Colleges. Judging by radio personalities from major radio station personalities and celebrity Host to be announced.
Live Performances By:
Missy Dee, Kay Jones, Tami G, Batingua Arts Jr. Company, AbunDance Dance Academy, MECPS Contemporary Dance Company, Blood Line Dance Theater, Ifeytayo Cultural Arts Center & PS 156 Waverly Sound Steel Pan/Drumline, Galani McCoy, Nathaniel Sobers, Untouchable Movement Dance Company, Jule Dancers, No Gun Smoke School Youth Performers
Guest Appearances By: Aaron Duncan, Young Devyn
DJ Summer Jam Blowout Competition will feature mixes by:
DJ Armani, Young Sounds, Supa Soca Bass & Mr. Paarly, King Mix, Exclusive, Star Boy, Big Boy Allen, Dj Kakes, H20 & DJ Andre
Gates open 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Artistic Director: Valerie McLeod-Katz,
Public Relations & Marketing: Phillip Benn/StreetsofNewYork411.com
Social Media Strategist: Nia Benn
For more information please call WIADCA Hotline 718-467-1797 or visit http://www.wiadcacarnival.org
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