The Kingston Creative Art Walk Festival in downtown Kingston was the place to be last Sunday (April 30), as the area was transformed into a creative cultural showcase.
The streets in and around Water Lane, in downtown Kingston were transformed with an exciting carnival twist. Hosted in collaboration with Red Stripe Flavours, the monthly Kingston Creative Art Walk Festival event showcases artistic and cultural talents in Jamaica.
The event was taken to the next level on Sunday; this time around with a thrilling performance from dancehall artiste, Agent Sasco. The ‘Banks of the Hope’ singer had the crowd dancing and singing along to his best hits, as Red Stripe Flavours Ambassadors matched the energy with the latest dance moves.
The Art Walk Festival also featured steel pan music, art exhibitions, Merritone calypso throwbacks, face paintings, sip and paint sessions led by visual artist, Danielle Thompson and more.
It was nothing short of fun and exciting as patrons showed up in their colourful outfits to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Our today was there and brings you the highlights in photos.