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Bermuda Carnival - The #BHW2018 Line Up!


True Carnival people know that it takes multiple elements seamlessly aligning to make a festival spectacular. For a start you need a lively crew and unlimited drinks served with delicious bites like the kind supplied by the Bermuda Pie Company. More importantly, and maybe most importantly, to absolutely enjoy yourself, the events you attend have to be top notch and full of joyous vibes!

Hamilton, Bermuda – May 14th, 2018 - The bright festivity of the Pretty Mas in the Parade of Bands is well known around the globe as a shiningsplendor, which comes alive under the Sun’s magnificent rays. But what of the moonlit sister of this grand Parade, which embraces the dawning of a new morn... J’Ouvert? Have you ever sunken deep into the water, oil, and paint abandonment that J’Ouvert in Bermuda’s Hero Weekend offers?

Ministry of Tourism supports Batabano


Cayman Carnival Batabano is proudly celebrating its 35th anniversary as the national carnival of the Cayman Islands (since 1983), with the ongoing sponsorship and support of the Cayman Islands Ministry of District Administration, Tourism, and Transport.

Cayman Islands Deputy Premier and Minister of District Administration, Tourism, and Transport, the Hon. Moses Kirkconnell, said ...

The vibrant artwork on the T-shirts that will be worn by marshals, teachers, parents, and other volunteers at the Junior Batabano Street Parade and Family Fun Day this Saturday April 28th, 2018, was designed by 15-year-old St. Ignatius student Samruddhi Tagalpallewar, who won the carnival’s annual T-Shirt design competition to capture the honor, along with a digital Table.

George Town Primary School (GTPS) returns to the Junior Batabano parade this year after a few years’ hiatus, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Sagicor Life of the Cayman Islands.

The school’s costumes have been designed by local costume designer, Reba Dilbert, who has been making the costumes on-site at the school along with the assistance of teachers, parents, and students who have been ...

Kingston, Jamaica (Sonique Solutions) – The recent Jamaica Carnival weekend was indeed one for the books. Adding to this mix of epic events was the inaugural ‘Hookie Jamaica’ experience which gave fete lovers an opportunity to beat the daytime heat with a pool party extravaganza complete with both breakfast and lunch offerings and an unbeatable collection of Soca selectors.

Xhosa Barbados launches their Barbados Crop Over Masquerade Band for 2018 with its signature Cooler Party on Sunday April 15, 2018 from 4 p.m. at the National Conservation Commission's
Botanical Gardens, adjacent to its headquarters at Codrington, St. Michael, (opposite the West Entrance of the National Stadium).

Bacchanal Jamaica: Spectacular on the Road


Liguanea was a hive of excitement on Sunday morning as costumed groups, individuals, music trucks and all parties involved in the Bacchanal Jamaica road march descended on the area. The vibes increased as friends linked up, the music revved up and the trucks rolled down Hope Road blasting the soca beat. Vibes masters Narity, Sanjay, Richie D, Kevin Crown, Miami Dream Team ...

Hello! You ready? We ready, we ready, we ready for the roooad! It’s time to hit the road to Grizzly’s Plantation Cove in Priory, St Ann where Bacchanal Jamaica will host the annual fete of fetes – Beach J’ouvert – on Saturday 31 March.

All is in readiness for the party. The venue is being prepared for the comfort of all revelers to facilitate easy access to food and drink. The stage is being strategically placed to give all fans a good view of the acts no matter where they are in the venue.

Destra Enthralls Mas Camp Crowd


Destra’s scintillating performance of over one hour on the Mas Camp stage at Bacchanal Live left no  doubt that she is, indeed, the undisputed Queen of Soca.  It was difficult to believe that her high energy routine was done with the handicap of a lame ankle. Her first song “Fallin” was a tribute to her Jamaican soca family, which had shown her such warm and generous support after her accident through their many social media messages.
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