The Trinidad and Tobago Heritage Festival will return with its 36th edition to revive efforts to honor the historical past and the rich cultural traditions represented by its peoples, its organizers highlighted today.
According to the official announcement, this edition of the Festival planned by the Division of Tourism, Culture, Antiquities and Transportation, “will allow us to honor who we are as a people and all that is worthy of reverence in Trinidad through customs, dishes and typical dances.
The event scheduled from July 21 to August 1 will take place under the motto TRIBUTE, while giving access to unique moments such as the Ole Time Wedding, the Salaka party, and a space for the oral narration of popular tales and superstitions as: Natural Treasures and J’ouvert.
Since its foundation, the event has positioned the island as a destination for festivals with deep roots, as it incorporates innovative offers for tourism to contribute to sustainable local businesses, income generation, and job creation for the country.
For its part, the Tourism, Culture, Antiques and Transportation Division is dedicated to improving the quality, branding and market reach of the festivals already established in the country, with almost a million and a half inhabitants.
Source: Lao News Agency