About Unity Entertainment


Unified Events began as an effort to create large scale events in the Caribbean by shining a spotlight on the amount of waste created within smaller communities due to thousands of yearly visitors and local residents not being aware of excessive amounts of waste generated. Large qualities of single-use plastic items and Styrofoam products end up directly in our beautiful Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.

Dinelle Henley, Foundress – a term coined by Videographer Cristian Rhymer, of Unity Entertainment is a lover of live music events. After spending many years living stateside working within the hospitality industry in Texas and New York, the opportunity to move back to the island of her mother’s birth presented itself. After working directly within the community as a waitress at Tony's Welcome Bar, the idea of creating true impact by leading a waste-conscious community began to formulate at the end of 2016.

What better way to gather the community then music events geared towards a zero waste lifestyle? All funds raised then go on to sponsor the building of a zero waste management facility to combat waste and maintain the sustainability of these smaller communities.

Join us as we expand globally by making the effort to be more waste conscious in your own community.


Community Clean Up – August 25th

14 August 2018

For our second visit to Jost Van Dyke we are delighted to be joined by the young men from Mentoring Anointed Leaders Everywhere –M.A.L.E.  as they finish up summer camp by hosting a community clean up to celebrate their seven pillars of service. Please reach out directly if you are interested or need further details …

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14 August 2018


Virgin Gorda Community Clean Up

28 July 2018

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Parley x Unified Events

18 July 2018

Are you avoiding single use plastic in your everyday life? You should consider joining the momentum by taking the A.I.R. Pledge. Change starts within each individual. Are you for the oceans?

Jost Van Dyke Clean Up – July 8th

01 July 2018

Join the momentum!! Our next community clean up is scheduled for JVD on July 8th! Heading over to Foxy’s for the HEMP Festival on July 7th? Camp out with our volunteers in White Bay or meet us bright and early to clean up marine plastic littering the BVI territory! See you then!

Anegada Clean Up – RECAP

27 June 2018

On June 23rd, our team of volunteers headed over to the 2nd largest island in the BVI to help clean up the community! Take a peek at all we were able to accomplish! We couldn’t have done it without YOU!       Before! Our team even helped reconstruct the fence!! Many thanks to our friends …

Anegada Community Clean Up – Saturday JUNE 23rd

01 June 2018

Hello friends! Do you have time on your hands to give back to the community? Please join us for a day trip over to the beautiful sister island of Anegada for our full day clean up! Our team of volunteers will head over from Trellis Bay to Anegada by 7AM and will spend the day …

Trellis Bay Clean Up RECAP – May 20th

22 May 2018

On Sunday, May 20th our volunteers joined forces with the Friends of Trellis Bay, BVI Wombles and Roadtown Wholesale Limited to clean up Trellis Bay, located on Beef Island, Tortola. Take a look at all we were able to accomplish!! We are most appreciative to all our wonderful volunteers, friends and sponsors including Smith’s Gore …

Beyond the Beach: Clean Up Series

24 April 2018

This weekend in celebration of Earth Day, Unified Events hosted the initial Beyond the Beach: Clean Up, a series of scheduled community clean ups to combat pollution in low lying areas where water run off collects. Our starting team of four volunteers kicked off the clean up a little after 9AM within the park surrounding the …


18 April 2018

Join our mission to remove ALL pollution in low lying areas that struggle with heavy water run off at the launch of the first Beyond the Beach : Clean Up Series! This Sunday we begin on Tortola, British Virgin Islands in celebration of Earth Day, local volunteers will donate four hours of time as we each …