ROYAL ADDITION TO THE SEASON OF EMANCIPATION: 3rd Annual I-Queen Royal Sunday set for August 14th 2011 on the Frank Collymore Hall Terrace, from 10am to 5pm
Barbadian families are invited to attend a free day of African, Barbadian and Rastafari cultural expression, in celebration of contemporary Barbadian Rastafari women.
I-Queen Royal Sunday is an annual outdoor cultural market and festival held in the style of a summertime free concert in the city. It features entertainment in the form live drumming, spoken-word, singing performances, and DJ music.
I-Queen Royal Sunday will also showcase the very best in vegetarian cuisine, natural wines and juices, art, copper and coconut jewelry, leather craft, basketry, Afro-centric literature, fashion, lifestyle and natural beauty products.
Royal Sunday seeks to acknowledge Rastafari contributions to our spiritual and cultural landscape, to promote the business and talents of Rastafari women, families and community and the intrinsic value they bring to the Barbadian cultural landscape.
Each year, on the Second Sunday in August, in the intimate open-air setting of the Frank Collymore Hall Terrace extending onto the Cathedral Court Yard, Royal Sunday is held in recognition and celebration of the Season of Emancipation.
I-Queen Royal Sunday is Music. Art. Food. Fashion & Free-Up Vibes for the entire family. So bring your Drums and Come!