On Thursday July 7th, 2022, the Cadence Lypso Square has officially been opened, which pays tribute to the many Cadence Lypso legends and icons, and offers citizens and foreigners the experience of learning about these icons and taking pictures with their murals.
Member of the Cadence-Lypso Committee and Owner of The Sign Man, Ibrahim Brohim, stated that the square is very close to fruition and revealed future plans for the square located by the Ferry Terminal in Roseau.
Cadence-Lypso Committee and Owner of The Sign Man, Ibrahim Brohim
The Public Relations Officer of the Waitukubuli Artists Association, Edward Collins, described how their artists painted the murals and stated that the association was happy to be a part of this initiative.
Public Relations Officer of the Waitukubuli Artists Association, Edward Collins
Meanwhile, the Acting Chief Cultural Officer, Earlson Matthew, stated that the Cultural Division was happy to house the Waitukubuli Artists Association painters while they worked on the paintings of the Cadence Lypso icons.
Acting Chief Cultural Officer, Earlson Matthew
Here are some of the pictures from the square, pictures from the Creole Heart Beat Facebook Page: