Celebrate Haiti's rich culture at Big Night

Series brings Alan Cavé, arts and more

Carla St.Louis | 2/20/2014, 9 a.m.

The Little Haiti Cultural Center wants you to celebrate Haiti with music, art and delicious food at its Big Night in Little Haiti series.

The event--held every third Friday--will feature Haiti’s most popular amour singer, Alan Cave whose known for crooning romantic ballads in French and Creole. In between Cave's sets, guests will enjoy DJ Mack of Mizikpam.com on the 1s and 2s.

Big Night in Little Haiti is scheduled for FEBRUARY 21, 6-10 P.M.

Couples can partake in the venue’s art exhibit, Shades of Black II: Colorization of the Americas that gives a multitude of images set against the shade, black. The collection of works draws from political, social and cultural challenges facing the global African diaspora. It's curated by Marie Vickles and photographer Carl Juste.

Guests can create their own artwork at the Family Art Corner station hosted by Positive Impact Foundation/Kose Famn and Bass Museum of Art.

The night will feature authentic kreyol cuisine from Leela’s Lakay, ice cold Prestige Beer at a paid bar, an open studio at the Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance and an after-party with Moksha Roots All-Stars.

For more information log on to www.LHCulturalCenter.org, www.BigNightLittleHaiti.com or call 305-960-2969.