is excited to present the 14th Annual CubaCaribe Festival of Music and Dance
, a celebration of the richness of Caribbean Arts and Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area. You Can be a Part of the Festival!
This year’s festival is themed “The Movements of Migration.” It will feature two weekends of exhilarating performances, June 15 - 28, with eight diverse dance companies from the Bay Area representing cultures from Cuba, Haiti, Brazil, Nicaragua, and more. Through their works, the artists will explore the effects of migration throughout the Caribbean diaspora, that continue to this day.
Become a Festival Patron Today!
We are grateful for your generous support that will allow us to continue to bring these events to Bay Area audiences. WE COULD NOT DO THIS WITHOUT YOU! CubaCaribe
is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to preserving and promoting Caribbean Arts and Culture. We are thrilled to be bringing arts programming to the Bay Area for 14 years!
We appreciate every donation. Gracias! Thank you! Mèsi! Obrigado!All donations are tax deductible
Tax ID number: 47-2860171$30 Salsero
- Festival Program $60 Casinero
- Festival Program + 1 ticket to a performance of your choice$150 Rumbero
- Festival Program + 2 tickets to a performance of your choice$300 Sonero
- Festival Program + 2 tickets to one performance each weekend (4 tickets total)$500 Tumbadoro
- Festival Program + 4 tickets + entrance to all special events$1000 Maestro
- Festival Program + VIP Pass to all performances and special events$2000 Rey/Reina
- Festival Program + VIP pass to all performances and special events + Private dance lesson Festival Program 2018
•Weekend 1: June 15,16, 17, at Laney College in Oakland featuring works by Alayo Dance Company which will include two World Premieres.
•Weekend 2: June 22 - 23, at the Brava Theater in San Francisco, presenting a mixed program of Bay Area dance companies.
The Festival also includes 3 special events at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco:
•June 20 - an up-to-the minute talk on immigration issues by attorney Bill Martinez
•June 27 - film screening and discussion about street dance from Oakland to Havana
•June 28 - an artist talk on a theater project in progress directed by Paul Flores Thank you! Un millón de gracias!
The CubaCaribe Team