CAP-HAITIEN — For the first time, Haiti’s historic second city hosted the Port-au-Prince Jazz music festival, PAPJAZZ for short, bringing together local, national and international artists during the weekend of January 20-22. The event, moved from the capital due to ongoing violence, drew throngs of fans to a stage stationed at Carénage Boulevard. Throughout the weekend, local talents also showcased the country’s jazz, rara, konpa and other music formats. Here are some images.
The 16th edition of the PAP Jazz festival took place in Cap-Haitien, bringing together audiences from Port-au-Prince as well as artists from other countries to the historic city.
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