Caribbean Night: An Evening In Curaçao
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Caribbean Night: Island of Curaçao
- Live Music: Traditional and Modern Styles of Curaçao Music
- Folkloric Dance Performance: Dance group "Futuro y Memoria di Korsou"
- Signature Cocktails: Made with the One and Only Genuine Curaçao Liqueur
- Small Bites - Can't have a Curaçao party without Tasty Bites
- Art Showcase: Head Scarf Tie and Chichis® Sculptures
Come and celebrate "Ban Selebr'e" this energetic evening with all who enjoy Tasty Food, Great Cocktails, Colorful Art, Energetic Music and a Fun Night Out in the City!!
A CURACAO EXPERIENCE YOU WANT TO BE PART OF!!
Are you ready to dance on the beats of drums like you've never danced before, taste the one and only Genuine Curaçao Liqueur and have one amazing night out with your friends?
Join us for a unique Curaçao Experience in The City By The Bay: Spend an evening steeped in authentic Curaçao culture with Signature Drinks, Live Entertainment, Folkoric Dance Performances and Tasty Bites.
Entertainment: Curaçao Music and Dance
Renowned Curaçao musicians: founder of Grupo Zamanakitoki Eric Calmes, guitar virtuoso Jean Jacques Rojer and percussion wunderkind Vernon Chatlein. The ensemble will be entertaining us with traditional and modern styles of Curaçao music, such as tumba, muzik di zumbi, danza, seú, waltz and mazurka, blended with jazz.
After dinner it’s time to get everyone on the dance floor, Curaçao style with a unique blend of the infectious Curaçao rhythms produced by ritual tambú drums. Dance group “Futuro y Memoria di Korsou” will give us a taste of historic Curaçao with colorful folkloric dance in traditional dress.
Curaçao Market Place
Lensu di Kabes
Lensu di Kabes, which used to be worn everyday by Curaçao ladies are nowadays only worn by folkloric groups during Curaçao's annual Harvest (Séu) Festival. This ancient African tradition is considered a specialized (dying) art form and Cenaida van Dinter is one of the few remaining masters of this art. Purchase a scarf and Cenaida will artfully tie it for you.
Serena Isreal's, famous Chichis®, the sensual, well rounded Caribbean statue, representing the smart, strong, happy and caring elder sister everyone deserves. Two of her larger Chichis® will be part of a Silent Auction, benefitting both a San Francisco and Curaçao Youth Program. There will be a selection of Chichi's available for purchase, in case you too, after meeting her, find yourself wanting to take her home to tell all your secrets to.