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PostHeaderIcon Waterfront Caribbean Party

It's a Tropical Explosion Under the Stars!

Waterfront Caribbean PartyWhen Caribbean Days Festival at Waterfront Park shuts down on Saturday, the party doesn't stop. It just moves over to where the jam continues on into the night with Reggae, Latin, Soca & Calypso rhythms featuring a fantasic lineup of local Caribbean talent!! This event can sell out, so get your tickets in advance. Buy Online Now

Featuring: Mostly Marley & Phase III Steelband

Mostly Marley formed in 2003 with the idea of bringing Classic Reggae to an otherwise starving audience. The name stems from having been asked;  "What kind of music do you play?" The answer would always be; "Classic Reggae by various artists, but mostly Marley." Mostly Marley performs with passion while always remaining true to the spirit of Reggae. This is a band that takes you on a musical odyssey -- with good times to be had by all.

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PostHeaderIcon Caribbean Days Festival

28th Annual Caribbean Days Festival

Waterfront Caribbean Party

This year's Festival takes place on the weekend of July 25-26, 2015. 

This is a weekend of tropical rhythm, cuisine, carnival and culture as only the Caribbean can offer. Over the years, the Festival has grown into the largest Caribbean event on the local calendar, Drawing tens of thousands of attendees, it is among the very largest cultural events in BC, Canada.

The TTCS of BC appreciates your support in its mission to raise awareness of Caribbean culture in BC and benefit the community at large. Please browse our Website for full event location, participation, and media information. See you at the Festival!

For more information about Caribbean Days events, see our Caribbean Days Festival Web site:


PostHeaderIcon Welcome to The Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Society of British Columbia

The TTCS of BC is an organization dedicated to providing cross cultural understanding, acceptance and interaction between peoples of diverse nationalities and heritage through their art, their music and their respective talents and abilities.

Three of the main purposes of the Society as set out in our Constitution are:

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PostHeaderIcon About the TTCS

The TTCS of BC is a non-profit society based in the Vancouver, BC, Canada area dedicated to preserving and sharing Caribbean culture through social services and community events featuring food, art, music and more.

Three of the main purposes of the Society as set out in our Constitution are:

  • To foster among members of the community mutual understanding, appreciation and awareness of the multicultural nature of Trinidad & Tobago.
  • To generate interest and participation in activities that would provide for better cooperation and understanding among members of the community, nationals of Trinidad & Tobago, and the wider Canadian community, and with other organizations with similar aims and objectives.
  • To promote amicable relations between the people and Government of Trinidad & Tobago and the people of Canada, especially those resident in British Columbia.

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Membership is open to people of all nationalities, color and creeds. This is similar to what one would expect to find in the makeup of the people of Trinidad & Tobago, and in many of the other islands of the Caribbean.


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