A True Caribbean Dance Experience

Energetic Music, Cultural Dance, Flame Manipulation, Fire-Eating, Broken Glass Dance

Those Who Bring Joy

"Team Caribbean"

Photo by Emanuel RincónJoy Wilson

Joy Wilson, from Barbados, began dancing at 8 years old at the Barbados Dance Theater. Trained in Ballet, Modern, Jazz, and Caribbean Folk dance, she apprenticed with the Barbados Dance Theater Company and joined renowned groups like Avaz International Dance Theater and Vivir Brasil Dance Company. In 2003, she founded Caribbean Jems, her own Afro-Caribbean Dance group. Joy's mastery extends to West African Dance and she now directs Caribbean Joy Dance Entertainment, captivating audiences with her skills in limbo, fire eating, and glass dancing.

Photo by Emanuel RincónAndrew Williams

Born in Monroe, Louisiana, meet Andrew B. Williams, a Gulf War veteran, choreographer, dancer, father, and mentor. Embracing the philosophy that "when you dance, you are next to God" he continues to be actively involved in these realms, inspiring and mentoring others along the way.

Photo by Emanuel RincónAlshalina Boyd

Alshalina Boyd, born and raised in Long Beach, California, discovered her passion for dance at the age of six. She holds an Associate Degree in Dance/Performance Arts from Compton Community College and later pursued her bachelor's degree at Cal State Dominguez Hill. With over 15 years of experience and specialization in fire eating and fire limbo, she is a valued member of the Caribbean Joy dance group.

Photo by Emanuel RincónDeeveatva Bourne

Deeveatva Bourne also known as Zada, is a versatile and innovative dancer who effortlessly weaves together the sensuous movements of belly dance, the vibrant energy of Afro-Caribbean dance, and the soulful expressions of African dance. With a passion for these rich and diverse styles, Zada has honed her skills over the years, infusing every performance with elegance, grace, and a magnetic stage presence. 

Her mission and passion is to encourage all women to grow and reconnect with their truth reclaiming the Goddess within!

Zada has been a member of Caribbean Joy (formerly Caribbean Jems) for almost 2 decades.

Photo by Emanuel RincónLakyshia Reddick

La-Kyshia N. Reddick, an all time over-achiever, draws inspiration from an extremely supportive family. Passionate about dance, she's explored various styles, from jazz to hip-hop. Additionally, she's modeled various hairstyles, taken part in a drill team, and participated in many cultural activities.

With hobbies that include organizing, fashion, and dance. She takes pride in self improvement, entertainment, and helping others succeed. She has successfully managed many student engagement programs for over 20 years at 15 different schools expanding students' learning capabilities and showcasing their talents. Currently a coordinator at Paakuma', she focuses on building strong leaders as her work speaks for itself.

A Few of Our Favorite Moments!

Experience The Caribbean!

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Bowers Museum

The energy is absolutely astonishing!

Austin Cole

Our Story

The massive flames unleashed by the dancers represent purification, renewal, and the unleashing of hidden potential within oneself.

Our Specialty

We Bring The Caribbean To You!

Fire Breathing

Experience an authentic Caribbean dance performance that ignites the sky with massive flames, emanating effortlessly from the lips of the dancers. With high-energy movements and vibrant artistry, they create a mesmerizing spectacle that leaves you in awe. It's a fiery display that captures the essence of Caribbean culture and sets the stage ablaze.