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- Posted:Thursday, August 27, 2009
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A bucket-load of famous and respected musicians are rocking up to jazz the night away, including a few R'n'B artists as well. The likes of nine-time Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys will be there, as will saxophonist Kirk Whalum, singer Oleta Adams and repeat Cayman jazz festival performer, Mike Phillips. R'n'B legend Keith Sweat will also be putting in an appearance so hang out near the stage if you want to catch a glimpse. Homegrown Grand Cayman talent will also be tickling your eardrums between December 3rd and 5th so listen out for the next big thing.
If you can't make it to Camana Bay this December, don't worry. The Ministry and Department of Tourism have agreed to sponsor the area's bid to hold the festival every year for the next five so there will be plenty of opportunity to organise a trip out to the area.
Aside from the jazz, Camana Bay itself is quite interesting - the whole town was recently designed and constructed by a team of architects and planners and mixes the modern with the traditional Caribbean.