Dominica Update
VIP Patrons at WCMF in 2019 | Cr: DDA

Demand Grows for World Creole Music Festival

Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival welcomes patrons back to the Nature Island for the 22nd staging of the biggest and broadest event of its independence season. This year’s festival will feature 23 headline artistes from diverse musical genres including reggae, soca, afrobeat, kompa and bouyon.

With heightened anticipation for this year’s festival, ticket sales have been tremendous with early bird tickets for both the VVIP and PVIP season experiences selling out. Nightly tickets for VVIP are also completely sold out. Nightly tickets for PVIP are available in limited quantities for Friday and Sunday at the rate of EC$400.

Physical tickets at the special season rate of EC$300 are available for sale at the box office, DEPEX Colour Lab, and the Roseau and Portsmouth locations of Bullseye Pharmacy. This special offer is also available at the weekly hotspots within various communities on island until September 16th. Stay tuned for other promotions at these hotspots which continue until October 26th.

Nightly tickets are only available online, along with other available categories, at The public is advised to avoid sharing images of online tickets since they cannot be re-used once the QR codes are scanned upon entry.

Discover Dominica Authority extends a special thank you to this year’s WCMF sponsors which include headline sponsor Digicel; silver sponsors Tropical Shipping and Coulibri Ridge; bronze sponsor and premier banking partner National Bank of Dominica; and corporate sponsors Tranquility Beach and Belfast Estate–Kubuli. DDA also specially recognizes its partners DOWASCO, DOMLEC, and The Wave St. Lucia.

For more information on Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival contact the Dominica Festivals Committee at (767) 448-4833, visit the official website, or follow Dominica Fests on Instagram and Facebook.

About Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival: Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival celebrates the creole culture of creole speaking and is held annually in October. It seeks to augment Dominica’s creole month festivities and Independence celebrations as well as boost visitor arrivals to the island. The World Creole Music Festival features various musical genres to include reggae, zouk, kompa, cadence, bouyon, salsa, dancehall/hip hop, meringue, soukous, zydeco. The festival is dubbed ‘Three Nights of Pulsating Rhythms’ for its wide repertoire of musical genres on showcase each night. Join us for the 22nd World Creole Music Festival:  October 28 – 30, 2022.