Headlined by Trinidad’s The Mighty Sparrow, the concert will feature a bevy of artists from across the Caribbean region. Thousands will gather at the seaport to listen to the cool reggae vibes of Jamaica’s Nadine Sutherland, Ky-Enie, Donovan Bonanza and Nicky B, while soca superstars Dollarman (Grenada), and Tizzy (Antigua & Barbuda) will take the show’s overall energy to another level.

Reggaeton artists Alofoque and the women of Ladies Rebelution, an eclectic mix of reggae, hip-hop and R&B, will also join the others during the event, which takes place from 6-9pm on lower Manhattan’s scenic waterfront.

In addition to the concert, CaribVision, “The Eyes and Ears of the Caribbean,” which will soon launch its 100% Caribbean content channel within the USA via Direct TV, will also be on board to distribute branded t-shirts, tote bags, and towels to those who sign up in advance for CaribVision. 

Viewers within the 19 Caribbean regions and the USA can tune into CaribVision to watch all of the action at CTO Week. We will broadcast a myriad of footage, some of which includes; daily news updates, a 1-hour highlights package, “The Celebrity Invitational Cricket Match,” at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn (Saturday, June 9th), “The Caribbean Volleyball Match,” at Long Beach, Long Island (Sunday June 17th), as well as the concert at South Street Seaport.

CaribVision, your one-stop outlet for regional content, features a 100% Caribbean lineup, which includes: News & Current Affairs, Talk Shows, Comedy/Drama, Entertainment, Travel, Cooking, Children/Educational, Game Shows, Sports and Cultural Events. At CaribVision, we are committed to being “The Authentic Caribbean
Channel” of choice for the Caribbean and people with a genuine interest in Caribbean culture.

For more information on CaribVision, its availability, or content and programming, contact us Toll Free at 1-866-542-8958.

About the Caribbean Media Corporation:

CMC is the region’s leading multimedia organisation dedicated to excellence in communication services, which include: Radio, Television, Print & New Media across the Caribbean, the USA, and around the world. Headquartered in Bridgetown, Barbados, the company has captured the synergies of its parent companies, the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) and the Caribbean News Agency (CANA), since its inception in August of 2000.


Tamy Cozier,
Commercial Communications & Public Affairs Executive
Commercial & New Business Development Department
Caribbean Media Corporation
Unit 1B, Building # 6A
Harbour Industrial Estate
St. Michael, Barbados BB11145
Tel: (246) 467-1004
Fax: (246) 429-4355