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ayman celebrates all things arts and culture at the 7th Annual Red Sky at Night multi-cultural arts fair, presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.

The fair is a part of Cayfest, Cayman’s National Festival of the Arts.

Red Sky at Night - selling footwear

Photos by Taneos Ramsay

Red Sky at Night takes place on March 2 from 4 p.m. to midnight on the grounds of the F. J. Harquail Cultural Centre and highlights Cayman’s cultural diversity, the talent of its people, and the taste, sights and sounds of the island.

The event features live dance, musical and dramatic performances as well as displays of visual arts, crafts and films. From steel pan, fiddles and drums to DJs, dance troupes, storytelling and theater, there is no shortage of entertainment at Red Sky.

There will also be dozens of artisan booths selling locally made art, crafts, jewelry, clothes and accessories on the Thatch Walk. Vendors will tempt you with dishes such as Cayman-style beef, fish rundown, stewed conch and lobster, and desserts including coconut treats, heavy cakes, ice cream and doughnuts.

Red Sky at Night - crowd

Ticket Information

Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, and $10 for seniors (65+) and students ages 13 to 17.

Red Sky at Night - selling craft basketsTicket outlets: all Fosters Food Fair locations, Funky Tangs, HealthCare Pharmacy Grand Harbour and the Harquail Theatre until March 1.

For more information about Red Sky At Night email [email protected], call 949-5477 or visit www.artscayman.org.

Cayfest’s 25th Annual National Arts & Culture Awards will be held at the Harquail Theatre on Thursday 21 February, at 7pm.