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Farmer Nappy arrives for “1 Night, 1 Fête”.

Farmer Nappy (center) with acclaimed Virgin Islands musicians Halvor Hart III, Assistant Director of USVI Division of Festivals – St. Thomas ((left), and Malvern Gumbs of Spectrum Band.

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (April 30, 2021) – The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism’s Division of Festivals will livestream the highly anticipated “1 Night, 1 Fête” on Friday, April 30, 2021, at 7 p.m. ET at The West Indian Company Limited (WICO) dock on St. Thomas.

The stream will be available at and, and online participants can also join the virtual session via Zoom (Meeting ID: 494 709 9342; Password: 1N1FSTT21).

The session features top-class U.S. Virgin Islands musical groups Cool Session Brass, Legacy Band and Spectrum Band, as well as Trinidadian soca star Farmer Nappy.

The event will seat 200 vaccinated patrons and comply with COVID-19 protocols, including physical distancing, mask-wearing and proper handwashing hygiene.

Proceeds from the event will go towards relief efforts for the Government and people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, who have been adversely impacted by La Soufrière volcano eruptions.1 Night 1 Feter

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