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June 13, 2014
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Long Island Caribbean-American Heritage Festival for saturday


This Saturday will be a cultural feast when the Long Island Caribbean- American Heritage Festival unfolds at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, Eisenhower Park, Long Island.

Slated to begin at noon, it promises to be a day chock full of stellar performances from some impressive names from across the Caribbean.

Among the impressive voices set to thrill are Sanchez, known for hits Forever, Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone and Brown Eyed Girl; Ed Robinson, the Anthem Band, Terry Linen and Denise La Cruz.

Also on the line-up are the Marcus, Adlib Steel Orchestra, Eddie, Neblett, Atphen Souza, Shane Hoosang, Charmaine and the Likkle Big Band, Sherry Morgan, Queen Tubby, Royal Heart Sound, Rohan Timol, Delta Force, Zeelamac, Ky-Enie, Jeremiah, Santa Ranks, Kamsha, and Lenya Wilks, Digicel Rising Stars finalist 2010.

And for those who have other interests, there will be an auto showcase, golf, soccer and a netball tournament.

"We have everything covered. The whole entertainment landscape will be covered. Trust me, there will be no room for boredom; there's just too much to do," said Nick Sinclair, executive producer of the event.

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