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Celebrate 21 Years of Caribbean Culture, Cuisine, & Music This Memorial Day Weekend at the Florida Jerk and Music Festival

Experience the best of Caribbean culture at the 2024 Annual Florida Jerk and Music Festival: Palm Beach Edition, to be held on Sunday, May 26, 2024, from 2 PM to 10 PM at John Young Prince Park, 2700 6th Avenue South, Lake Worth, FL.


As one of the largest family-friendly Caribbean festivals in the Southeast, the Florida Jerk and Music Festival has a 21-year history of showcasing captivating food, top vendors and food trucks from around the state, a fun zone with interactive games and activities, and dynamic live performances that keep attendees coming back year after year.


This year’s highly anticipated festival will include:

  • Live performances from Caribbean sensations Christopher Martin, Louie Culture, Mr. Killa, and Nigy Boy;

  • A free Taste of Jerk Experience from 3PM - 6PM which includes a Jerk cook-off from top chefs and an immersive food tasting featuring a variety of jerk-inspired sweet and savory dishes, including everything from chicken to ice cream;

  • A free Fun Zone that includes engaging fun activities for all aged children like an inflatable obstacle course, over 30 games, free cotton candy, popcorn, and snow cones, facepainting, a virtual reality experience like no other, and other activities that will keep children and teens entertained for endless hours.


This year’s official festival partners include tv’s WPBF 25 ABC and The Palm Beaches, the tourism bureau for the 39 cities nestled in the Palm Beach County.


"At the 2024 Annual Florida Jerk and Music Festival, we are thrilled to bring the vibrant flavors and rich traditions of Caribbean cuisine to the heart of Florida,” says Damian Tater, CEO of Full-A-Vybez and creator of this event. “This event is a celebration of culture and community, showcasing the best in music, food, and entertainment. We strive to create an immersive experience for attendees of all ages, bringing people together to share in the unique taste and joy of jerk cooking. Join us for an unforgettable day of festivity and flavor, as we honor our heritage and the culinary excellence of the Caribbean.”


Children 12 years of age and under are free, with tickets for this event range from $50 - $180.For additional information and to purchase tickets,


To request media credentials, interviews, or for any other media opportunities please contact Jessica Williams at or (954)560-4812.


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