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Fans of world music who want to stay in the city can head to Old Market Square this weekend for the ninth annual Soca-Reggae Music Festival.
The fest, headlined by Jamaican reggae star Freddie McGregor and Montreal's Jah Cutta, begins Friday (from 6 p.m. to midnight) continues Saturday from noon to midnight and ends on Sunday (noon to 10 p.m.).
Daily admission is $7, and rises to $10 after 7 p.m.
On top of the musical acts, there will be a craft market and the aromas of Caribbean and Latin American cooking in the air as Old Market Square will be transformed into a Caribbean village, organizers say.