Purpose: The "Trinidad and Tobago Days" festival is hosted in Baltimore each year to showcase the many aspects of Trinidad & Tobago's history, government and culture to the various communities and ethnic groups in the Baltimore area. The festival is held during the second week in August, and the importance of this is that it coincides with the anniversary of Trinidad and Tobago's independence.

Description: As mentioned before, the "Trinidad and Tobago Days" festival is designed to to be an exposition of as many elements of the "Twin-Island Republic," including but not limited to its culture, history, government, attractions etc. The festival features exhibit materials showing the history of the islands as well as information about the type and structure of government in Trinidad and Tobago. Exhibits explaining and showcasing the history and the development of Calypso and Soca music, the Steel Orchestra, our world famous Carnival and other T&T art forms are also well represented.



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