Event curator George Sainteus launched the inaugural Caribbean One Music Festival in Houston, it was a huge success

The Caribbean One Music Festival kicked-off with a vendor marketplace and highlighted the Haitian culture including artwork from local artist; such as Haitian painter Mathieu and Haitian singer Demi Dabady, merchandise and more. Guests were able to shop with vendors from 9 am to 3 pm. Following the vendor marketplace was the “Modern-Day Culture Icons” talk moderated by Ready to Love Season 3 Wynter Patterson. The “Modern-Day Culture Icons” Talk are powered by the New York Black MBA Association and included Bisong Art Gallery owner, Carla Bisong, artist Mathieu Baptiste & Fashion Influencer Margo Campbell (also known as Fashion Dollface). As the young entrepreneurs shared their stories the room filled with onlookers anxious to hear the stories from the panelist about their entrepreneurial journey. The front row was dedicated to VIP guest, whom were gifted goodie bags from Sponsor Timeless Vodka. As the panel ended the event transitioned into the Caribbean Music Festival. Partygoers came ready to partake in Caribbean cuisines and dance to soca music. Many of the attendees traveled from different parts of the United States to attend the event via initiatives through the Harlem Tourism Board.

The event was a such a huge success, the team is already in talks about producing other events in the Houston market. To stay up to date on events and other happenings with George Sainteus, subscribe to the newsletter by visiting GeorgeSainteus.com To inquire about Zoom/Skype interviews for George Sainteus or media inquiries please contact LaToya Hurley at info@innovatingmarketinggroup.com or call 346-355-3364.

About Sainteus Agency

GEORGE SAINTEUS is a New York City based serial entrepreneur. His claim to fame is curating New York City’s largest and most powerful Urban Professional Mixer known as The Upmixer, as well as running a highly successful insurance agency. His star-studded Upmixer events, over the years, have convened influential leaders in business, government, education, media, tech, the arts, and health care, while raising hundreds of thousands for multiple scholarships and community projects.