Join the Caribbean Cultural Center as they celebrate the legacy of its founder Marta Moreno Vega with music and dance inspired by West African Yoruba traditions. Dance performances by the Something Positive Dance Company open and close this evening that also features live music from Puerto Rican percussion ensemble Yuba Iré, Afro-house vocalist Nina Rodriguez, and two celebrated Miami bands—Philbert Armenteros y Los Herederos and PALO! In between, world-renowned DJs keep the vibe going with sets of remixed Yoruba songs.

“Afro-Cuban Funk is Cuban music for the new generation. And the leader of the sound is the Miami based band PALO!”
New York Post
“Hypnotic and exhilarating.”
Miami Herald on Philbert Armenteros y Los Herederos




Amsterdam Ave. and W. 62 St.


  • Wheelchair-accessible seating
    Wheelchair-accessible seating
  • Assistive listening devices
    Assistive listening devices

For guests unable to stand in line due to a disability, please visit the accessible entrance policy.

Assistive listening devices available to borrow at the Information Tent.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375.

For ticketing information and general questions, please call 212.721.6500.

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Yoruba Remixed!

A Sonic Journey Through the Sounds & Vibes of the African Diaspora

featuring PALO!, Philbert Armenteros y Los Herederos, Yuba Iré, Something Positive Dance Company, Nina Rodriguez, DJ Carlos Mena, and DJ Bembona

Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 7:00 pm Damrosch Park

Seating is first come, first served, and gates open one hour prior to the performance.
Free Show
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Presented in association with the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute