Genesis the Band promises “exhilarating new experience” at Stink N Dutty

The highly-anticipated Stink N Dutty: Festival of J’ouvert (FOJ) is set to take place on May 26 at the National Park, and the excitement is already building. FOJ, which is the second event for the official launch of Genesis Independence Weekend, promises to deliver an unforgettable experience for all attendees.
This year’s J’ouvert promises to be the biggest one yet, with an impressive lineup of musicians, DJs and artistes such as Yung Bredda, Tempa, Salty, and our very own Jumo Primo and DJ Darry!
“It’s a festival, as the name suggests. It combines two J’ouverts in one, and is a day-into-night event that features a stationary and mobile J’ouvert. We wanted to give patrons value for their money and a brand-new experience, while giving them the same great thing they know and love.” Director of Hits and Jams, Kerwin Bollers, has said.
The fun starts with the mobile J’ouvert at 14:00h, and patrons will have the opportunity to party with paint, water and powder, and gyrate to the sounds of all genres of music, but especially soca. The festivities continue into the night, when the experience will be complemented by the performances of regional and local artistes during the stationary J’ouvert.
Organisers have made extensive preparations to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all attendees. Security measures have been put in place to prevent any incidents, and medical personnel will be on standby to attend to any health concerns.
Tickets for the Festival of J’ouvert are available online, and start at $3000, inclusive of a T-shirt, novelty cup, free beers, and free internet provided by ENET all night.
There are other premium packages available for both males and females; these include an eye-catching outfit, black backpack, waterproof phone protector, cup, breakfast, and many other tokens for patrons’ use and comfort. For prices and more information, visit
Stink N Dutty Festival of J’ouvert is sponsored by Xtra Beer, ENet and Church’s Chicken.