Saturday, July 13, 2024

Tanya Carter set for the International Costa Maya Festival®


The International Costa Maya Festival® is less than two weeks away and plans are in full gear. Another exciting young artist is set to bring entertainment to the stage. Belizean singer Tanya Carter will be performing on Saturday, July 3rd.

Tanya has been singing since the early age of four. At 18 she recorded and released her first song “I Wanna Get to Know You Better”, which soon became a hit.

The three-time Belizean Female Vocalist of the Year brings with her a Dancehall/Reggae fusion that is sure to have the crowd dancing and enjoying the vibes. With songs like “Low” and “Ex-Boyfriend”, Tanya’s performance is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

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And the party won’t stop there! Check out the finalized schedule of events for the three nights of excitement and entertainment, scheduled to take place at the Old Football Field:
Thursday, August 1st – Pageant Night
Miss Costa Maya International Pageant 2013
Entertainment by: The Belize Dance Company, Ballet Folklorico de Quintana Roo and After Party with Rompe Raja
Friday, August 2nd – Island Party Night
The Dances of Central America – Cultural Presentation, Grupo Crash – El Salvador, Paradise Reggae Band – Guatemala and Dj ZOG – Miami, Florida USA
Saturday, August 3rd – International Night
Grupo Crash – Street Dance, Yan Somoza – International Comedian, Tanya Carter – Belizean Singer and
LOS YONICS – International Band
Sunday, August 3rd
Day – Love FM Island Kayak Challenge at the Central Park. In the evening, festival grounds will be open for the public to enjoy the mechanical games.
Ticket prices are as follows:
3-day Season Pass: Children – $60; Adults – $140.
Thursday, August 1st – Pageant Night; Children – $20.00, Adult – $50.00
Friday, August 2nd – Island Party Night; Child – $30.00, Adult – $50.00
Saturday, August 3rd – International Night; Child – $30.00, Adult – $100.00

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