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Tonight is a very special night for Cayman as the arts and cultural extravaganza, Red Sky at Night takes place.
Billed as Cayman's biggest arts and cultural event, there really is something for everyone at the Fair at the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre.
Kicking off at 4pm and going right through to midnight, Red Sky at Night is one of the trio of signature events which take place during Cayfest - the other two being the National Arts and Culture Awards, Dress For Culture Day.
But Red Sky at Night is the anchor event for Cayfest and is one of the most anticipated nights on the Cayman calendar.
Revellers will be treated to live performances from musicians, dancers, actors and storytellers, as well as displays of creative work by visual artists and artisans.
Spend the night being lulled by the sounds of the steel pan, fiddle and drums as you tuck into some mouthwatering local culinary delicacies.
Over 100 artists and artisans will be showcasing their work and headline acts include Swanky Kitchen Band, Cayman Island Folk Singers, Cay NRG and Conroy Samuda.
Patrons will also be treated to the screening of three short films by local Caymanian filmmakers, an all-new addition of the Caymanian Village - and the very special Parade of Nations.
Will you be there?
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