Haitian music festival hits new heights
Haitians have finally returned to their traditional outdoor music festivals for a second year.
With the exception of a few festivals that will return to the streets this year, the festival calendar is back to the basics.
The theme of this year’s festival is “Greetings from Haiti”.
This festival is set to start on Saturday and continue through Sunday.
It has been a long time since the festival has been in the city.
Haiti has traditionally been an open-air festival, but that is no longer the case.
The organisers have said that there will be no restrictions on what people can wear, including helmets, gloves and masks.
The main focus will be on traditional music, dancing, drumming and traditional handicrafts.
There will be several festivals that are set to go ahead, but there will also be a festival of cultural heritage, which will start on May 27.
The festival is scheduled to end on June 30.
There are a few restrictions that you need to know before going to the festival, such as alcohol and smoking, but the organisers are still planning to have the festival as a family-friendly event.
The event is expected to attract over 100,000 visitors, which is the highest attendance of any traditional festival in the world.
Haiti has had some serious problems in recent years.
It was one of the last places in the South Pacific to be flooded by heavy rains, and some areas are still underwater.
The area was also hit by Typhoon Lani last year, which caused a lot of damage and caused massive destruction in the region.
The people of Haiti, who are very close to each other, will enjoy this festival.
The weather and the atmosphere is always beautiful, and the people here are very welcoming.
The Haitia festival is expected get a boost from tourism.
There are plans to hold several international music festivals in the next few years.
This year’s event is set for May.
You can watch the Haiti festival live here.