The sound of Island Riddim' features the bell-like tones of the steel drums and incorporates the musical styles of Jazz, Calypso, Salsa, Soca and Reggae. The steel drum of Trinidad and the warm, sunny songs of the Islands put a smile on every face and a swing in every hip. Add Fire & Limbo Dancers for a real Caribbean party.
Fire & Limbo Performers
The perfect complement to Tropical parties with interactive entertainment, meet and greet or colorful Caribbean shows.
Calypso dancers colorful, ruffled costumes, calypso and reggae dance show
Fire Limbo Queen amazing skill, daring and balance
The "Big Butt" Caribbean Comedienne she loves to dance with all the guys
Stilt Dancers an audience conga line can wriggle and jiggle under the colorfully costumed "long legs".
Beads & Braids men and women both wear these fun Island hairstyles.
Fire Dancer eats, breathes, juggles and dances with fire
Fire Limbo King Nassau's most famous Limbo performer
Bahamian Junkanoo Band
a colorful sea of strolling percussion, horns, cow bells, drums, whistles and rhythm. A popular start and finish for a Caribbean Party.
We'll have FUN ! FUN ! FUN ! til somebody takes the Surf Dudes away. Boundless energy meets the style, look and sounds of the Beach Boy era. Let this band take you back to the day when America was crazy about Surf Music, souped-up cars and just plain fun! These Dudes bring additude and a contemporary edge to Classic Beach Party music making it new and live!
CW Colt and the Conch Republic Minstrels
This casual band of Key West musicians is the perfect motivator to "kick back and mellow out" Florida Keys style! Repertoire includes tropical originals such as "Where Alligators Sing", "Sending You My Love from Key West", a few Jimmy Buffett favorites, all with a bluesy, country, swinging sound.
Sir Cedrick, vocalist and steel drum player, was born on the island of Trinidad. He began playing the "pans" at 12-years-old. His "one man band" is the perfect pool party, yacht or tropical bar-b-que entertainment.
This unique Miami favorite plays a gumbo of Swamp, Bayou, Boogie, Blues, Funk and R&B. A look and style reminiscent of New Orleans bluesmen. Most of their songs are originals - "get-down-and-party music". The locals know the all the words! Iko Iko has been Miami's favorite club band for years. A casual, no frills group, great for Bar-b-ques, clambakes, beach bashes.
Let's pah-tee, mon! Get down and whine' you waist. Jamaican bands and dreadlocked musicians bring an "Irie" mood to your jam.
Miami's own original songwriter sings about the Everglades, our environment and a 100 years of Miami history and characters. Accompanied by acoustic folk guitar, Grant is perfect to guide a visitors' tour with little-known secrets of old "Miamah".
Margaritaville comes to your latitude with the Coral Revue. This Jimmy Buffett tribute band plays dozens of the best loved and most widely requested Buffett songs as well as many of the lesser known "gems". Sprinkled throughout are lots of Island Attitude favorites to keep the dance floor jumping all night long!
Forget exercise machines. Forget traditional Aerobics. Getting in shape is "No Problem, Mon!" with this 30-45 minute "Exercise Class" performed by interactive Caribbean dancers to Reggae and Island songs. Guests work out, increase their heart rate, work up a "Swet" Or..... just watch and groove.
Lovely creatures of the land and sea to meet and greet guests or adorn pool side events - in or out of the water. Our beautiful school of mermaids is drawn from Olympic and National swimmers, ice skaters, models and other athletes.
Kids are delighted by "Mermaids for Manatees", an ecological awareness appearance to meet, greet and talk with youngsters about boating for manatee safety .
Highlight a pool party with lovely swimmers performing a choreographed water show (a la Esther Williams) .
Steel Drum Music
One, two or as many as 15 steel drummers and percussion instruments perform a wide repertoire of music styles from Caribbean to Jazz to a "Philharmonic Orchestra".
Author and Historian Dr. G offers anecdotes and tales of old Florida and its characters. Pirates, Railroad tycoons, swindlers, the Jazz Age and con men are favorite topics.
For an insight into the original citizens of Florida, enjoy a presentation about Florida's native tribes by a recognized Native American historian.
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