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The Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival has reached another high point this year with its third edition, where legendary jazz cats met Latin, soul and Caribbean acts. The three-day festival in the coastal city of Curacao on the north coast of the Caribbean offers the opportunity to experience all the big acts in top-class performances.

Contrary to its name, the festival brings together the best musicians in the world from all over the Caribbean and the United States. Among the featured artists are John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, John Prine and many more.

Traditional works and songs are very diverse in terms of the place where they are sung, and many have been recorded and recorded in different styles, including Cuban and Dominican genres, including Montuno. The island's top bands, who also play many other Latin American and Caribbean styles, focus on tumba rhythms and act as backing singers who interpret their own compositions.

Tambu (muzik seu simadan tumba) is an Afro-Caribbean music form that is especially associated with Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Tumb a is a merengue that is very similar in style to other forms of dance music in the Caribbean.

Although Papiamentu has no official status on the islands of Aruba and Curacao, it is the largest Creole language spoken in the Caribbean by over 200,000 native speakers and is one of the most widely spoken languages on Curacao. The lyrics of this music form are sung in a large number of languages, with the lyrics and texts of some lyrics only sung in Creole, while texts in other languages such as English, French and Spanish are spoken by an estimated 30-40% of all radio stations. More popular than D & J are the bands playing local music, which, like everything else on Curacoa, is absolutely hybrid, and the soundtrack to the island is very diverse and clearly inhabited. Although it was a member of the Netherlands Antilles until 10 October 2010, when it disbanded, although it has strong links with Holland, this island has been more African, cosmopolitan and Caribbean for many years than many other Caribbean countries, especially in terms of culture.

You can enjoy the typical atmosphere of the local bars, jump on the dance floor in a nightclub or discotheque, try your luck in the casino or dance endless salsa. You can sample food from various vendors, including food trucks, restaurants, cafes, bars and restaurants with their favorite bands, and you can enjoy some of the most popular street food Curacao has to offer, such as tacos, chorizo, bocadillos, guacamole and more. If you are not interested in shaking your prey to salsa beats, you are more likely to enjoy the music, watch the dance and enjoy an excellent dinner and cocktail in one of our above mentioned restaurants and bars.

If you really want to experience Curacao and meet the locals in their own environment, you can visit the local bars. At Kaya Henriquez in Salina, there are parties from hip-hop to rhythm and blues, and Thursday and Friday nights are the best days to dance, where we can dance salsa, bachata and merengue until Friday night. The best DJs play on the island and enjoy great cocktails at the Grand Cafe Emporio Caracasbaaiweg in Salina.

Visit the nightlife on Curacao and relax with your favourite drink. You can sit inside or outside, hang out with the locals and talk about the local culture, the culture of the island and the history of this beautiful Caribbean island.

The North Sea Jazz Festival on Curacao usually has three stages, each with its own music, for back to back performances.

The festival closes with reggaeton legend Nicky Jam, who warms our hearts with his attempt to reclaim his rightful place in the pantheon of reggeros. He takes the stage with an electrifying performance that sets the tone for one of the most memorable performances of his career. Curacao offers some of the most talented artists in Latin American music, from Marlon Brando to R & B, hip-hop and reggae. His ability to blend charisma and rhythm with Latin music with pop and hip hop gives him a unique blend of pop, funk, reggaeton, soul, rock, jazz and more.

In return for the score of Chopin, the music is passed on to the island's students. Nathania says: "The seeds for a music camp on Curacsao continued to grow and in 2012 we had sponsors and a Curacsao Summer Music Camp for the first time and after much success my dream came true.

Travelers who travel to Curacao for the festival will love everything that the island has to offer, including beaches, diving, museums, nightlife and much more. It is not really a chain hotel, but it attracts travelers who know that there is a history and culture to discover that goes beyond the beaches.

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