Jamaica 60th Independence Celebration
VenueArticle One Events
Location1 Denby Street<br>Sydney, NSW
On August 6th 1962, Jamaica gained full independence from the UK & this year we invite you to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee with Jamaicans all over the world!
"Out of many, one people." – The young nation's motto reflects the diverse society of this small Caribbean island that made an enormous impact in sports, music and culture.
Experience Jamaican cuisine, ambiance and a journey through 60 years of ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub and dancehall – eat, drink, dance & celebrate with us!
Jamaican Delight will offer up traditional yardie street eats, the bar will supply cold drinks while our selectors run tune on the mighty Foreigndub Sound System –
7-8pm – Prince Andrew (Ska)
8-9pm – The Dutchess (Rocksteady)
9-10.30pm – Foreigndub (70s & 80s Reggae , Dub & Dancehall)
10.30-11.30pm – DJ Wade (90s & 2000s Roots & Dancehall)
11.30-12.30pm – Nick Toth (2010s & 20s Roots & Dancehall)
12.30-1am – tune fi tune!
+ Special guest MC Mikey Glamour
About Jamaican Delight:
Jamaican food reflects our rich culinary heritage and derives from diversified cultural influences that inhabited our Island dating back to the sixteenth century. Our remarkable cuisine is attributed to the climate, waters, fruit, fish, livestock and rich soil. We are proud to be able to bring a taste of Jamaica to Australia and to bring a taste of home to those native to the island.
Be ready to for an explosion of flavours with dishes such as Curry Goat and Oxtail. We will also be serving our signature Jerk cuisine which is a combination of culture, authentic flavours and slow cooking. Famous for its fiery hot mixture centered around the Scotch bonnet chilli pepper and pimento, Jerk is like a carnival of flavours that come together in your mouth.
The combination of sweet and savoury spices mixed with charcoal fire is very hard to resist. You may find that your Jamaican diet consists of little else. Pair it with any of our favourite sides for a full Jamaican experience.
"We acknowledge the traditional owners of these lands and the Elders, past and present. We acknowledge the ongoing connection that Aboriginal people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal people as the original custodians of this land."
Starts at: 2022-08-06 18:00:00
Ends at: 2022-08-07 01:00:00
Article One Events
1 Denby Street