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  • Writer's pictureFrantz Alcema,

Compas Festival is set for Saturday May 18, 2019

On Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Mana Wynwood – 318 NW 23rd Street, Miami, Fl 33127, the tradition continues as top Haitian artists showcase their talent and put the Haitian Flag on a pedestal in commemoration of its 213 th anniversary. “After 21 years it’s absolutely amazing to see how tens of thousands of people have made Miami their vacation hub during Compas Fest weekend.

We have inspired other party promoters to host events surrounding ours, we have brought an extensive amount of tourism to the city and even non-Haitians enjoy the entire week of festivities we helped create.

Travelers come from Guadeloupe, France, Canada, Haiti, Boston, New York, Atlanta, Martinique, you name it, they are here because we made the Haitian Compas Festival and Haitian Flag Day a household name!” explains Rodney Noel, Co-Founder of the Haitian Compas Festival. The Haitian Compas Festival is known for bringing the best of the best to Miami and this year is no exception. Bands like Harmonik, Djakout #1, Gabel, Enposib, Nu Look, T-Vice, Kai, Kreyol La, Vayb, Zenglen, Zikos, Disip, Maestro, Klere will be on stage with some of the best solo artists Rutshelle, Annie Alerte, Roody Roodboy, Chiwawa, Tamara Suffren and the hottest DJ’s Tony Mix, Nicky Mix, Power Mixx, DJ Bullet, Teddy Mixx, DJ Heavy, Valmix, Magic Kenny, Ted Bounce and DJ FMA. The Haitian Compas Festival is not only about the music, but it boasts the greatest Haitian food and art in one venue. The music fest at Mana Wynwood is set for 3pm to 2am on Saturday, May 18th, but the Haitian Compas Festival weekend kicks off on Wednesday with an Unplugged performance and continues through Monday with some of the hottest parties, venues and acts imaginable. Tickets are already on sale and can be found online at and more information about everything Compas Fest can be found there as well.

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