“Tmrw.Tday is food for the soul set to a vibrant Jamaican soundtrack” - Billboard
It started with the water. It usually does. I was drawn to a picture of Seven Mile Beach - to the iridescence of the water and to the lull of sun-kissed, pool-colored waves. It looks like a luxurious bath, warm and bubbly, beckoning intently for a cleansing soak.
I reached out on a whim. Into the webs of technology, I thought what would transpire would be hardly a thing. But as luck would have it, they were just at that time looking for SUP. The alignment, serendipitous - interlacing water and friends and dates that met timely in Spring. And the element of - festival!
Unlike anything I’ve seen before, this festival combines yoga and paddle boarding, music and dance, insight and outreach, Rasta Eco-Tours and Plant Medicine Ceremonies. It’s Farm to Table and Sand to Surf. Caribbean vibes and a festival seeking tribe to immerse, unwind and realign set to pulse, waves, beats and spirit of the land.
The dates for the Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest are April 30th to May 5th or even consider a long or longish weekend away. The current festival ticket offers access to so much day and night things. There are limited Early Bird Passes available at $225 or gather three friends for a four pack at $800. Don’t forget to enter “SUP” in the promo code for a discount!
Irie? Let’s dive in.