2019 Highlights

A word from our spokespeople

Hello everyone!

It is with immense pleasure and pride that we join forces with A Taste of the Caribbean to present its 20th edition, which will be held from July 11 to July 14 at the Clock Tower Quay in Montreal’s Old Port.

Always faithful to its mission to promote Caribbean culture, A Taste of the Caribbean highlights a different aspect of the culture every year. For 2019, we are proud to present the Dance Edition! Come and explore a variety of dance styles representing our African roots mixed with colonial influences. Discover and be enchanted by the pulsating rhythms as well as the sensual and energetic moves during our daily free dance workshops and performances. Returning this year will be our Rum Zone where your taste buds will savor some of our favorite selections. There will also be activities for the entire family including mixology demonstrations for the more mature, food and beverage samplings, restaurants with traditional and fusion Caribbean flavors and a Kids’ Zone. The perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of the Caribbean.


Bruny Surin is a native of Cap-Haïtien, Haïti. He won the gold medal for Canada at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games in the 4×100 metre relay race. Historically, this victory will remain as one of the most remarkable of all time.

Gabrielle Panaccio is the co-owner of Montreal bar Le Lab Comptoir à Cocktails, a rum ambassador, and recipient of several international mixology awards. Her creative cocktails have earned her a legendary reputation, cementing her place as a master among the greats.

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