Diner en Black Haiti, Cap Haitien culture, Fet Okap Haiti
Attendees enjoy balloons during the 2019 Diner en Blanc in Cap-Haitien. Photo courtesy of Modernique & Co and DEB Haiti.

By Christina Jane | Guest Author

Le Dîner en Blanc, a popular all-white chic outdoor dinner party, attracts Haitians and visitors worldwide for an unforgettable summer weekend in the country.  As one of Haiti's finest annual upscale events Dîner en Blanc is set to return to Cap-Haïtien Aug. 13, after a three-year hiatus. 

This time, organizers expect to draw nearly 1,000 participants worldwide to Haiti’s second largest city.

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