MUSIC FEST SENT LISI
Dec. 20-LIVEE.... BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
"STAY HOME, STAY SAFE & ENJOY"
Organizers of MUSIC FEST SENT LISI, an upgrade of the 17 year old annual Youth Fest, have confirmed that based on the current Covid-19 Protocols, the December 20 showcase of St.Lucian Artistes will be a LIVE EVENT BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.
A large number of singers under the age of 30 have already submitted application forms and audition tracks for the Youth Star Competition, a key pillar of MUSIC FEST. Singers are reminded that the deadline for submission of audition applications is November 15th and the twelve finalists will be selected and announced the following week.
Several of St.Lucia's international performers in the genres of Folk, Gospel, Dennery Segment, Dancehall, Reggae, Soca, Hip Hop, R&B are already on the lineup.
Music Fest Sent Lisi will "deliver" a world class display of St.Lucian talent to patrons and families in their homes and meeting places here and in the diaspora, giving all an opportunity to view, participate and win exciting prizes.
Be part of MUSIC FEST SENT LISI - checkout musicfestsentlisi.com, Instagram and Facebook @musicfest_sentlisi as we promote adherence to Covid-19 Protocols, Gender Balance, Climate Resilience and Sustainable Development.
Office-454 3486: Esteban-584 0150: Nyeene -723 9015
Facebook Page: Music Fest SentLisi or MUSIC FEST SLI
DONATIONS TO COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
Commitment to contribute our resources and profits to the development of the Caribbean Youth, especially those in challenging environments.
YOUTH FEST 2016 - Contribution to Producer- Francis De Lima (Leeboration) Fund
YOUTH FEST 2014 - On February 22nd 2015 an Independence Day lunch was held for the senior citizens of Comfort Bay, Vieux Fort
YOUTH FEST 2013 – On December 15th, 2013 Youth Fest and the Rotary Club of St. Lucia South sponsored a luncheon for some 56 Senior Citizens at the Comfort Bay Home in Vieux-Fort.
YOUTH FEST 2012 - $10,000 to the ST. LUCIA CANCER SOCIETY for cancer awareness.
YOUTH FEST 2010 - $20,000 to the NATIONAL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION (NCF) to assist Youth affected by hurricane Tomas.
$1,000 to the ROTARY CLUB OF ST. LUCIA SOUTH to install community water tanks received from the Rotary Club of Arima, Trinidad.
YOUTH FEST 2009 - $10,000 to C A R E (The Centre for Adolescent Renewal and Education) for continued education and development of disadvantaged youth.
$5,000 to TONI’S TENNIS COACHING PROGRAMS
YOUTH FEST 2008 - $10,000 to C A R E (The Centre for Adolescent Renewal and Education)
$5,000 TO PRIMARY TENNIS PROGRAMS
$2,500 TO THE 2009 CHOISEUL QUEEN SHOW
YOUTH FEST 2004 - $6,000.00 to the NEW ST. JUDES HOSPITAL Maternity Wing and The Centenary Project of the Rotary Clubs of St Lucia