enjoy an exclusive night of
luxury and elegance!

Thank You!

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who came out and celebrated with us. This was all made possible by your sponsorship, partners, and team. Thank you all for your support and hard work. Now, we want to extend a very special salute to all the talented artists and DJs that performed this year, YOU made the event a success! We are already looking forward to our next event! See you there.


Celebrating Independence, Freedom and Pride!

The 2024 Venue

The Oasis

2335 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33127

Annual Sponsorship Opportunities Available

Why Sponsor?

Our mission is to elevate Haitian culture and create unforgettable experiences that attract new attendees each year. By sponsoring Soup and Champagne, your brand/organization gains exposure to high-net-worth influencers and associates with a respected lifestyle brand. As we expand Soup & Champagne to greater heights, we are dedicated to fostering an inclusive and fair environment for partners, sponsors, and the communities we engage with, ensuring shared success and growth.

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About Soup & Champagne

Soup has been a long Haitian Kreyol tradition that symbolizes Independence, Freedom and Pride. January 1st of every new year celebrates the Independence of Haiti where a popular delicacy known as “Soup Joumou” is often served. The pumpkin based soup is prepared using the nouvelle food style that uses fresh ingredients and light sauces that Haitians take pride in.

With the backdrop of food and celebration of bubbles, Soup and Champagne will usher in 2024 our 5th Annual with grand style and culture for all to share.

Event History

Soup and Champagne is a partnership event produced by Morhanges Elizee Aka Pooh Bear and Jones Pierre. Collectively we have produced event across the United States and Haiti.

Soup Joumou, a long standing Haitian Kreyol tradition that symbolizes Independence, Freedom and Pride. The Haitian New Year’s Day tradition is to have soup joumou or what they also called pumpkin soup as a sign of good luck to start the year of right. On January 1st 1804, is the day revolutionary leader Jean Jacques Dessalines declared Haiti’s independence from its French colonizers The Haitian slaves were not permitted to drink soup joumou as it was a delicacy reserved for their white masters. To celebrate the liberation of the slaves of Haiti the soup then became a symbol of freedom.

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