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The Isle of Festivals

Tobago’s Blue Food Festival was named one of the 14 best food events in the world by CNN But Tobago has been experiencing a significant decline in foreign visitors As its big sister, Trinidad, settles into its post-Carnival slumber, Tobago rustles its wings, preparing to stretch its arms wide open to welcome visitors to its shores. April is the month the island fully blosso Tobago Jazz Experience 2017. Photo by: Caswell Gordon ms as it unfurls its calendar of festivals that starts with the Tobago Jazz Experience (TJE) and ends later in the year with the Blue Food Festival. Over the last decade, Tobago has been sealing its reputation as the Isle of Festivals with the big three: Jazz, the Tobago Heritage Festival and the Blue Food Festival. In between are smaller yet popular events such as the goat and crab racing festivals, Tobago Fest, the Muhtadi International Drumming Festival and others. The Jazz Festival, started in 2005 by CL Financial, was taken over by the Tobago House of Assembly, which recognised the potential in the event which dared to stand among the region’s leading Jazz Festival. Today, the Barbados Jazz Festival is no more and the St Lucia Jazz

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