It's summer in Montreal, and that means festival season. We've already announced a Taco & Cocktail festival, a Fermented Food festival, and a huge Street Fair on Sainte-Catherine.\nAnd now we're back with another street food and culture festival happening next month: A Taste of the Caribbean 2019!\nThe festival is celebrating its 20th year in the Old Port of Montreal, so you know that they're going to go all out with food, rum tastings and dancing 'til dawn.\nYes, you can eat, drink and dance the Caribbean way from Thursday, July 11th to Sunday, July 14th in Montreal's Old Port during A Taste of the Caribbean, a four-day celebration of all things Caribbean.\nView this post on Instagram TOTC 2018 was all about the Dance Edition! We learned about so many dance styles on the Pepito dance floor, ate waaay too much (😋🤤) and learned how to make some classic Caribbean cocktails! 💃🏾 🕺🏾🍗 🍤🍹 Tell us, were you at TOTC 2018? What did you enjoy the most? . . www.totc.ca #totc20 #Canada #PepitoSangria #Factor A post shared by TOTC - Taste of the Caribbean (@ilovetotc) on Apr 2, 2019 at 7:05pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Getting an(other) advance taste of jerk chicken from @evaton_bunup ! Only a few more days Montreal! Get your taste buds ready!! www.totc.ca #ilovetotc #totc #ilovetotc #caribbeanfestival #caribbeanfood #freefestival #montrealfood #jerkchicken A post shared by TOTC - Taste of the Caribbean (@ilovetotc) on Jun 13, 2017 at 2:20am PDT\nThere will be rum tastings as well as mixology demonstrations so you can learn to mix your cocktails just like they do at the beach-side bars on the islands.\nThe event is also family-friendly with lots of activities for kids and adults alike.\nThis year is, in fact, the Dance Edition, so you'll be able to try out a variety of dance styles that explore African and colonial influences that make up the Caribbean culture of dance.\nThere will be daily dance workshops that are free to attend alongside performances from talented Caribbean dancers that live in Montreal.\nView this post on Instagram Post event team meeting at our official bar @barlelabqds. Yes, that is a HUGE bowl of a cocktail! It's the Black Perl (created by Bar Le Lab) featuring Saint James rum. Yum! #totcmtl #totc #ilovetotc A post shared by TOTC - Taste of the Caribbean (@ilovetotc) on Jul 8, 2017 at 11:07am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Venez goûtez les saveurs Mexicain/Caribéens de Paradis Montréal! 🌞 Jus tropicaux, nachos, tacos de cactus, churros et plus! #totcmtl #ilovetotc #viexportdemontreal #oldportmtl A post shared by TOTC - Taste of the Caribbean (@ilovetotc) on Jun 17, 2016 at 1:47pm PDT\nThe Rum Zone is also returning with mixology demonstrations to go with your food sampling. And, oh yes, there will be food.\nThey've got over 15 food vendors listed on their site so there will be no shortage of things to try. From jerk chicken to Griot Salad and everything in between, Caribbean food lovers are going to be beyond satisfied.\nThere's also going to be a Soccer Zone where you can play 3-on-3 pick-up games, a skills clinic and even a Celeb Soccer Match featuring Patrice Bernier of the Montreal Impact!\nView this post on Instagram Check out Farmer's Corner! They've got Caribbean desserts and snow cones! #ilovetotc #totcmtl #viexportdemontreal #oldportmtl A post shared by TOTC - Taste of the Caribbean (@ilovetotc) on Jun 17, 2016 at 2:02pm PDT\nClearly this is a festival not to be missed, so here are all the details in one place! Screenshot this and tell your friends!\nEverything you need to know\nWHAT: A Taste of the Caribbean Festival\nWHERE: Clock Tower Quay in Montreal’s Old Port\nWHEN: Thursday, July 11th – Sunday, July 14th, 2019 from 12PM – 11PM every day.\nCOST: Free entrance and several free activities!\nFind Taste of the Caribbean online at their website here, on Facebook here or on Instagram here.