26-28 May 2017
@4.00 pm to midnight
Hasely Crawford Stadium
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
The Borders Festival is a fusion of music and culture, celebrating the Caribbean spirit of untiy through music, food and art. Borders Festival is a wide range of international and local musical artists from all genres, combined with tasty foods and beautiful Caribbean art and fashion. Welcome to the 1st annual Borders Festival.
Day 2 & Day 3 International and Caribbean Artists announced March 1st 2017
David Rudder began singing with a calypso band at a young age, and in his teens sang backup vocals in a calypso tent run by Lord Kitchener.
In 1977, he joined Charlie's Roots and spent many years as one of the band's vocalists. In 1986, he came to prominence on Andy Narell's album The Hammer, which produced two big hits: "The Hammer" (a tribute to the late pannist Rudolph Charles) and "Bahia Girl". This was followed in 1987 with "Calypso Music", a brilliant encapsulation of the history of calypso.
In 1988 Rudder released what is widely considered his best album to date, Haiti, a tribute to the glory and suffering of Haiti. "Engine Room", which captured the energy of the steel band; and "Rally 'Round the West Indies", which became the anthem of West Indies cricket. In 2008, Rudder did a Soca collaboration with fellow Trinidadian Machel Montano, "Oil and Music".
His music is loved all over the world.
Ticket locations annouced on December 12th. RFID Chip Wristband Exchange at Woodbrook Youth Facility on day of event
Borders Festival Food and Drink located in multiple easy access locations throughout the venue. We offer a wide range of special dishes from top restaurants and a full bar.
We offer secure parking at various locations around the stadium area. The walk to your car is also guarded with extra security.
Stay tuned for VIP Ticket info. We offer ALL INCLUSIVE VIP (Food and Full Bar) for all 3 days. VIP Tickets are of a limited number.
A True Caribbean Festival!
3 Days / 4 Stages offering a wide range of music and entertainment to choose from
Take advantage of our special Day 1 Legends Friday "Pre-Ticket" offer and make the Borders Festival the PERFECT Christmas Present
The Hasely Crawford National Stadium is the most recognizable stadium venue in Trinidad and Tobago. It is easily accesible via the Audrey Jeffers Highway for those coming from all areas of the country. The venue is large and has hosted countless international events with sold out crowds.
Borders Festival International Artists Music range:
Every day offers the great music and an ever better vibe.
Add this to the Food and Art on offer, the Borders Festival is an experience not to be missed.
Take advantage of the Legends Friday Pre Tickets at $350. That's $150 off of the normal Legends Friday price ($500). Offer ends December 31st!
Many international hotels are within a 5 mile radius of the Hasely Crawford stadium. They include the Hyatt, Marriott, Hilton and Radisson hotels.
Book your rooms early.
Borders Festival provides parking in nearby areas with added security so that you can enjoy your evening. The walk back to your car is secure as we provide extra security in the area to keep you safe.
Borders Festival focuses on food and beverages just as much as we do on music. We have invited many of the top restaurants to provide special dishes just for the festival so that everyone can have something they enjoy.
One of the defining factors of the Caribbean life, is the food and its flavor.
We invite all for a taste of the Caribbean.
Save 30% ($150) off of Normal Priced Legends Friday Tickets ($500)!
Available until December 31st 2016.
Take advantage of this special "Pre-Ticket" offer and make the Borders Festival
the PERFECT Christmas Present
Ticket Locations Announced Monday 12th December
We are an experienced group of event managers and organisers with a history of successful events including concerts, parties and restaurants. Our concert profiles include multiple international acts in Scandinavia. We aim to create events which bring together people from all cultures through music, food and art.