DIGICEL SPONSORS 16TH ANNUAL HAITIAN COMPAS FEST

Digicel Diaspora announced that is has once again sponsored the Haitian Compas Fest – to be held on May 17th at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida.

Compas Fest celebrates Haitian Flag Day and has been sponsored by Digicel for the past seven years. It is very popular among South Florida’s Haitian Diaspora communities as it showcases the rich sounds of traditional and contemporary Compas music with over 20,000 patrons attending the event – coming from the South Florida area and across the country. As title sponsor, Digicel will be present to celebrate the Haitian culture and festivities, and to ensure that its customers stay connected to their loved ones in their home country – all the while enjoying wonderful performances from the most popular Compas music performers.

Digicel Diaspora CEO, Stephen Bannon, said “We are excited to be sponsoring the 16th annual Compas Fest for the seventh year in a row as it is one of the ways we show our support for our Haitian customers living in the Diaspora.”

(FILE IMAGE) Digicel promo girls will be present at the event with great giveaways and special offers for customers wishing to send top-up back home. The event will feature performances by Digicel Brand Ambassadors, Carimi and Djakout as well as Disip Barikad Crew, Boukman, Combo, Kassav, Nu Look, Tabou Klass, T Vice, Zenglen and 5 Etoiles.

(FILE IMAGE) Digicel promo girls will be present at the event with great giveaways and special offers for customers wishing to send top-up back home. The event will feature performances by Digicel Brand Ambassadors, Carimi and Djakout as well as Disip Barikad Crew, Boukman, Combo, Kassav, Nu Look, Tabou Klass, T Vice, Zenglen and 5 Etoiles.

As a telecommunications provider in Haiti and across the Caribbean and Central America, Digicel provides top-up services at authorised retail stores and also through its website, https://online-top-up.digicelgroup.com. The sponsorship of Compas Fest forms part of Digicel’s ongoing commitment to ensuring Haitians stay connected to their culture through music.

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