Caribbean Fever Music Festival: Barclays Center

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This year’s staging of Caribbean Fever Irie Jamboree  a the Barclays Center in Brooklyn over Labor Day weekend will bring a brand new element of entertainment to Caribbean celebrations in Brooklyn this year.  The three night music festival that features icons from different genres of Caribbean music each night at the ultra-luxurious Barclays Center in the heart of downtown Brooklyn is a first for the Caribbean celebrations here.

While there has been a fair amount of soca music in the past, reggae music which is so vastly popular across New York City has never had its fans adequately serviced. This sizzling new event will raise the bar in a big way for all music lovers. It will also provide superlative, world-class entertainment for residents here as well as for the thousands who visit New York each Labor Day weekend from across the Caribbean Diaspora.  This exciting, new festival will effectively infuse fresh energies and breathe new  life and into Labor Day Caribbean celebrations in Brooklyn.

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