Why hire AfriCarib (SteelDrum Band)?
Like palm trees swaying in the tropical breeze, the music of AfriCarib has a mellow energy that soothes and refreshes. Silky, supple rhythms gently caress cheerful melodies with just a touch of melancholy to bring warmth and good feeling to your celebration. AfriCarib has the sounds to create the perfect atmosphere that will have your guests reveling in tropical dreams.
Steel Drums, also known as Pans, provide the perfect Island Sounds for Calypso, Reggae, African, High Life, Soca, Pop, and Free Style music. Throw a party your friends will never forget! PanMusic!!!
AfriCarib plays steeldrum music with influences from the Caribbean Islands, the U.S. and all the way to Africa.
Our performances range from one solo steel drum to duets, trios, or a full band. Whether you need soothing background music, or something special to rock your party, AfriCarib can deliver!
Depending on your needs, you can start with solo steel drum, and add instruments and vocalists as you choose. We will work with you to help you decide on the exact combination of instruments to perfectly match your requirements.
AfriCarib has been heard at the 2008 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Bronx Zoo, Chelsea Piers, the African Museum in New York City, the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC and many, many private parties.
What to Expect
AfriCarib plays steel drum music with influences from the Caribbean and Africa. AfriCarib blends many styles from Calypso, Reggae and Soca to African, High Life, Pop and Free Style to create Island Sounds with a difference. The AfriCarib difference!
Past Booked Dates:
09-01-2008 — U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in New York
Available for Your
Awards Night, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Party, Bar/Lounge, Birthday Party, Casino, Club/Nightclub, Concert Venue, Convention, Corporate Event, Dinner Dance, Ethnic Celebration, Festival, Fundraiser, Grand Opening, Hotel, Private Party, Restaurant, Sporting Event, Studio Session, Trade Show, Wedding Reception