The Experience 

Featuring Afro-Caribbean & Bites 

Friday December 1st  

Theme: Diaspora Flag Parade

We are closing off the year in grand style with Diaspora flag parade to celebrate heritage and national pride while promoting unity amongst all nationalities and cultures represented in the Diaspora. Join us for the last time this year for the ultimate night of connections and culture over more

Saint Yves 

1220 Connecticut Avenue

Washington DC, 20036

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Admission: Free Before 7pm w/ RSVP | $10 Before 8pm | $20 After 8pm

Venue & VIP Space

BIOs - Designers, MC & DJs

DJ Claude Di Martian

Arguably the most sort after Afrobeats DJ in the DMV area and certainly one the finest and dynamic MCs to ever touch the microphone, Calude is one of kind. Claude “Di Martian” is the ultimate music lover; his francophone background allows him to have an understanding in both the French and English Afro-Caribbean culture

Jedi (Comedian)

Commonly called “The Well Fed Comedian,” the ridiculously hilarious entertainer Jedi was born in the late 1970s on the 30th of October to a family of 3 children of which he is the second. He Studied Microbiology at the Lagos State University but had the 'gene' of entertainment in his blood. It wasn’t until 1991 he discovered another part of being a comedian.