>> Thursday, July 15, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 1:29 PM
Itks midday in Toronto and a lot of people in the downtown core are taking extended lunch breaks to witness the launch of the 2010 Caribana festivities. It's a medium sized crowd at Toronto's busiest downtown intersection.
I rode here from home on a day where the humidity balloons the temperature to 37 degrees celsius. I was ok until I stopped moving. Actually, if the water fountains had been turned on today, I would have jumped right into the spray.
A host of formalities had to be addressed before the entertainment got going. You know how that goes....sponsors and politicians rightfully showing face to curry favour with the community. I suppose I ought to big up Blackberry for taking part two years in a row. (After all, I posted this with my BB.)
The talk eventually gave way to performance by local act including: Afropan Steel Orchestra, Neu Jenarashun, Red Man ( a Calypsonian) and Nikeisha Toussaint. Sadly, a technical error got in the way of her performance of her new single "Bumper".
That's it for now....I need to find some water!!!
Love and Soca,
>> Wednesday, July 14, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 6:29 PM
>> Tuesday, July 13, 2010De Source: knyx at 11:36 PM
Hi guys. Is ah real long time ah eh report tuh allyuh, but allyuh know ah does only drop in when ah ha ting tuh talk bout rite.
Last Saturday, 10th July, ah had de pleasure of hosting de launch ah de newest band in Trinidad & Tobago, Reelest8. (Now allyuh cud play wit dah name all allyuh like buh I feeling it. After hearing dem ah cud honestly say ah feeling de 8 too. (See de name play start (((grins))).
Reelest8 consists of: Bandleader/Producer/Musical Director, Gordon Samuels; Drummer, Kareem Romain; Lead guitarist, Steve Smith; Bassist, Cornelious Francis; Keyboardist, Dale Dolly; Lead Vocalist, Heaven ‘Snakey’ Charles; Female Vocalist, Keisha Stewart; Vocalist, Kenneth 'Kenny' Richards; Sound Engineers, Alvin Dempster and Cerf Stewart.
According to their facebook page (which ah encourage allyuh to join): “Reelest8 is a blend of fresh faces and soca veterans. The foundation of the band is the eight core musicians from the band formerly known as Surface, which was a staple of the soca scene for the last decade. While Reelest8 has its sights set on the long-term, there are fetes they plan to accomplish in the short term. The band will officially launch at Caribana in Toronto, Canada, this July. The band also has bookings in Dubai, London, Miami and Trinidad”. Nice one wid de guys dey man, management: (Kenson King (1-868-462-4757), Keisha ALmorales (1-868-786-2671) and Karen Lowery (1-868-351-7108) can all be contacted to book the band), wukking!
DE BEGINNING: It was ah real nice intimate setting at La casa De Ibiza, with family, friends, fellow artistes and supporters. Now allyuh mus be wondering how dey ha supporters ahready if dey now launching. Stick wid meh nah, is veterans we dealing wid ah say. Some of them stamp dey name in bands like Atlantik, Karibbean Rage, Byron Lee, 3 Veni, even a rock band “5 miles to midnite”, and of course Surface.
Ah announced de band and came off stage to “gape”. Wen Heaven (who I know as Snakey) belted out de first bars of Jah Cure’s Unconditional love, how yuh does say it? He had meh at hello! Snakey has improved drastically, or maybe ah just never hear him wid dem kinda styles, buh he immediately had us ladies eating outa he han wid de emotions he conveyed. His cover of Unconditional love was by far de reelest (pun intended) ah hear so far. He take full control ah de stage and audience, without overdoing it. He set de pace.
Meh girl Keisha Stewart had one up on Rhianna cause ah never ever see Rhi-Rhi perform she own song Rude Boy like dat! Keisha had de right blend of sex appeal, class, and “diva-ish-ness”. She made some moves she must have picked up on one of her many trips abroad, (she has worked in places me eh even reach yet, Malaysia and ting yuh know), cause ah never see Keisha move so before! She looked great. Vocally, she was on POINT
Kenny (ah sorry buh allyuh know ah does keep it real)
Ah tink 2011 cud be de year ah de “underground" unappreciated, Soca artistes cause boy, de guest artistes!!! Well everybody know Terri Lyons, if yuh doh know she yet, 2011!!! All ah go say is if dey (re:de mafia) give Terri room, Terri bringing home even more dan she sister Fayanne bring home.
Buffy! Buffy! Buffy and she antics. She was a pleasant surprise. Whole Carnival ah hearing de tune “man wine up on anything, woman wine up on anything.” Ah really didn’t feel de song eh. My thought was, “wha ish is dat?”. After seeing her perform, my lorsh! I now rate it as one of de better tunes for de past season. An energetic, strong, FULL ON PERFORMANCE! I lovessss her!
Emm em *clears throat*. Ah cud now do de “Swappi”. In my introduction tuh de band, ah happen tuh mention dat ah wanted tuh learn Swappi’s dance. Who tell meh say so? During his performance, Swappi call meh out tuh learn his dance, which ah now realize is de Soca version ah one ah de late great MJ’s. Again, true artiste, rite dong tuh he Soca MJ all white kit (which included white sun glases).
Reelest8 repertoire was de rite mix ah songs, de rite length and come September when de have de official Trinbago launch, AH GO BE DEY! De nite was best!
So if yuh from TO, listen out fuh Reelest8 (soon tuh release 3 tracks). Go out & support dem, it go be best!
Only two tings spoil de nite. One is after all de pictures and videos ah take, ah still eh learn de upload from de BB tuh de blog yet. Steupes (@ mehself). Wat is de point of having de ting if ah cah (refuse tuh take time tuh) learn it? My apologies. De oda is meh girl Rochell K Noel wasn't dey fuh de experience, ah cuda well do wid meh wuk up partner. Buh all kicks aside, de lady ha she priorities straight so ah cah complain. AH STILL MISS YUH ROCHEEEY!
Yes guys, it's really been ah while buh, I is still yuh Keeping it real Trinibagonian.
So wha if some oceans divide us, ah still maintain MUSIC WILL UNITE US!
Blessings and miracles,
>> Monday, July 12, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 2:17 AM
I've never been too keen about sharing my personal life. In spite of my hobbies and vocations over the years that place me in the way of public scrutiny, I actually work very diligently to keep my life, my REAL life very private.
I live a life that is full, blessed, and challenging. I have a small circle of close friends, and a huge loving family who accept me in all my various reincarnations. This weekend, I spent hours and hours in the company of many of those relatives. People rushed in from England, Montserrat, Trinidad, The United States, and of course St. Vincent and the Grenadines to mark the occasion of my Grandfather's 90th Birthday.
I didn't go to Vincy Mas this year, and to be honest it kinda hurt. Yes, I love carnival but, as you know, I experience several carnivals in a given year. The greatest joy of returning to St. Vincent annually for carnival is the ability to celebrate my Grandfather's birthday with him, as it always falls smack dab in the middle of the action. When the usual sponsorship arrangement that enables a team from Toronto-Lime dot com (that includes me) to hit up Vincy Mas fell thru, the emotions were mixed. Truth be told, it's some of the best work you can get...going to the Caribbean to cover carnival, but I'm getting married this year. I'm busy...and skipping town weeks before the big day isnt' what I would call a wise decision. However, I really wanted to be there, this year more than ever as this year had it all worked out. My cousin "Slimmy" and I would have been their celebrate the 90th year of our maternal patriarch, the legendary hero of our family.
So I missed the actual day of his birth, but five days later, he was here in Toronto. He sat in a banquet hall filled with some 80 of his descendants and relatives, and he was honoured. So blessed am I to come from a family that unites for occasions like this. I met some folk for the first time. I got to catch up with a favourite uncle from my childhood, I got to eat, drink and dance with people who share with me one of life's most vital commodities .... blood.
I saw my family in a new light. I saw my brother as a confident master of ceremonies. I heard my mother deliver a heart-felt address. My auntie sang beautifully and humbly, and we all joined in. A beautiful hand painted work was unveiled by another grandchild. Slimmy wrote and read out a biography that made your heart want to leap out of your chest. I had the pleasure of composing and performing an original poem in Grandpa's honour. The younger ones ushered. One cousin made beautiful favours, so we would all have a keepsake of the occasion. An auntie baked and decorated one phenomenal black cake befitting of a first rate gala occasion. And I really could go on and on. I am so proud of my family. So proud, and I really couldn't help but share.
Below, is my brother's tribute video "Portrait of a man". It tells some of my grandfather's story...and it tells the story of the Canadian branch of "Dalys" through video and still photos. It shows our family home in St. Vincent, and people who we have embraced over the years as family by choice. It's just what we do.
If you've ever wondered who I really am, perhaps this will begin to answer your question.
>> Sunday, July 11, 2010De Source: Rochelle K. Noel at 5:10 AM
A mere few hours ago St.Lucia crowned their new Power Soca King HP. History was made at Socarific Saturday with a Disc Jockey claiming the crown and he did STOP Ricky, in what could be described as an intense battle for the crown. The results of the night :
1st – HP
2nd Ricky T
3rd Superman HD
Tonight the Groovy King with his sweet melodies undoubtedly retained the crown with a second consecutive win, in this competition. With fourteen competitors vying for the crown , one could have concluded from the onset that it was not leaving the King , Alpha. Results were for this segment were :
2nd Superman HD
3rd Nicole David.
>> Saturday, July 10, 2010De Source: Rochelle K. Noel at 8:55 AM
Today, July 10th 2010 the Cultural Development Foundation Presents the 1st ever "Socarific Saturday" Following in the footsteps of our sister island Trinidad , the Groovy and Power Soca Monarch will be held together hence the show was dubbed "Socarific Saturday"!
Menel- Boy You Have Me
Stacy- One Last Chance
Esteban - Jammin It Again
T.C. Brown- Ah Taking Ah Whine
Power Soca Competitors:
DJ HP- Pa Melé
Teddyson John- Rags
Esteban- Big Hit
Ambi- Push Dem
Blaze- Blaze It Up
Ilah Man- Mad People Segment
Superman HD- Ready 4 Dem
Q-Pid- Palé Palé
Mubarak- Wave Something
Kakal- Bomb Song
Mantius- Carnival Is Here
Private Six- Have No Head
Platinum George- Cigarette and Rum
Peace and Soca
>> Sunday, July 4, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 7:53 AM
Congratulations to Skinny Fabulous on winning the title three consecutive times.
For those who missed it, here's who came out on top at Vincy Soca Monarch 2010
1. Skinny Fabulous - Charge Up (Duracell)
2. Fireman Hooper - Soca Battlefield
3. Maddzart - King Road
4. Problem Child - Delinquents
Love and Soca,
>> Tuesday, June 29, 2010De Source: Rochelle K. Noel at 9:33 PM
This post is long overdue! Carnival in St.Lucia has been a MAS-confusion! Many persons have complained about aspects of the cultural event which has been lacking this year; and fingers have been pointed left , right and center but fortunately mere weeks before the street jump up , it appears the season has picked up a life of its own!
>> Saturday, June 26, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 7:56 AM
Vincentians know Fireman as a high energy uptempo performer, but in 2010 he shows his versatility with a win at Ragga Soca Monarch on early Saturday morning June 26th.
Here are your 2010 Vincy Ragga Soca Monarch winners:
1. Fireman - Bun Dem
2. Galanaire Avalaunche - Come Een
3. Maddzart - Wine Pon Me
Love and Soca,
>> Monday, May 17, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 9:00 AM
In a music genre born out of a cultural celebration of excess, it's not everyday a promoter caters to the 'have-nots'. I've got to hand it to my bredren Dr. Jay for leading the way on a project that will literally help thousands of men, women and children here in Canada. Please support this if you can...
Love in soca,
Dr. Jay launches monthly initiative to fight hunger in Toronto
, May 17, 2010. - Popular Caribbean-Canadian DJ, Dr. Jay de Soca Prince is encouraging his young sassy partygoers to help fight poverty year round with the new club event, “BFF” – BEST FETE FOREVER. Now in its third instalment, the monthly event in support of the Daily Bread Food Bank offers patrons live performances from international soca music artistes, for a reduced admission price when a minimum of five cans of food are donated upon entry. TORONTO
The title “BFF” is a re-adaptation of the pop-culture abbreviation of 'Best Friends Forever'. The Dr. Jay version is ‘Best Fete Forever’, where fete is a pan-Caribbean term for party, as borrowed from the French Creole that informs the dialects of many islands of the
Caribbeanarchipelago. “BFF” is about giving the best and getting the best. Patrons party with a purpose, enjoying a night of high quality entertainment regularly giving back to their community.
“My goal is to do this monthly for a year and raise over 4000 pounds of food for the Daily Bread Food Bank,” says Jay, who is best known to Torontonians as the high energy radio host, Dr. Jay de Soca Prince of Flow 93.5 FM’s Soca Therapy radio programme. Since commencing “BFF” in March, a total of 938 lbs has been collected. Past events have featured LIL RICK, (2009 Barbados Music Award – Entertainer of the Decade), ALPHA (2009 St. Lucia Groovy Soca Monarch) and FARMER NAPPY and KERWIN DU BOIS (3rd Place Winners, 2010 Trinidad Groovy Soca Monarch).
“I think it’s very commendable”, says PROBLEM CHILD (2008, 2009
St. Vincentand the Grenadines Road March King and June “BFF” featured performer. “As an artiste who gave my first road march earnings to charity myself, I totally concur with this. Props to Jay for this venture. It’s generally morally proper to assist others less fortunate with every opportunity that arises. It’s plain and simple – the right thing to do. The others need to follow.”
According to the Daily Bread Food Bank’s 2009 Hunger Statistics, 49 per cent of its users were not born in
, much like the audience who patronizes Dr. Jay’s events. Many food bank patrons are working poor, whose wages simply can not provide the necessities of life for their families. After being touched by the images of devastation in the Caribbean nation of Canada following the tragic earthquake in January 2010, Dr. Jay who is a first generation Canadian of mixed Trinidadian and Guyanese ancestry, decided to commit himself to doing something about hunger and poverty in Greater Toronto, where he calls home. Haiti
The public is invited to join in the spirit of giving at “BFF” May and June.
Friday, May 21stFeaturing: PATRICE ROBERTSplus special guest RICARDO DRUEVenue: TROPICAL SUNSET -
1957 Kennedy Road, ScarboroughMusic and hosting by: DR. JAY, LOUD MOUT CHINEY, EMAN, 2TOUCH, DIRTY DEZ, INFINITY SOUND CREW, DJ FLIPAdmission: $10 before 11 pm with 5 or more canned goods.
Friday, June 18thFeaturing: PROBLEM CHILD
Venue: Tropical Sunset Lounge -
1957 Kennedy Road, ScarboroughMusic and hosting by: Dr. JAY, LOUD MOUT CHINEY, EMAN, 2TOUCH, DIRTY DEZ, INFINITY SOUND CREW, DJ FLIPAdmission: $10 before 11 pm with 5 or more canned goods.
>> Monday, May 10, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 2:30 PM
If you're in Toronto like me, and you want to catch the Vincy Bad Boy live, you should check out Dr. Jay de Soca Prince's charity event, "BFF" on May 21st. Problem Child is the guest performer!
Love and Soca,
>> Saturday, May 8, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 3:00 PM
Apart from that, its a very road friendly tune with a dance-able and a catchy melody.
Tell me what you think!
Ranking Smo & Boone Chatta - Hermannplatz (10.000 Rags) by Ranking Smo
Keep waving the soca flag!
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Here's a little tempo out of Trinidad three months after Carnival. Here Alves attempts to clean up the crime and corruption in Trinidad with a little soca rain. I really appreciate the message in this one. Soca doesn't have to be just about "jump and wine and misbehave." The video is humble, but effective. Maybe it's the political science student in me, but I love something for the mind in the music. Congrats Erphaan!
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>> Friday, May 7, 2010De Source: Corey Graham 2.0 at 1:36 PM
Oye Nurse Karen you cain fuh Crop Over this year or wha?
Alrite I figure I will give you a quick update of the things happening so far for Crop Over 2010. I will expand on each of these at the appropriate times.
The Soca Music
So far everyone is still digesting the list of tracks released but the one that is on the tip of many tongues so far is the combo with Blood and Mikey - Whole Place Mash Up
Brewster's Road Crew Announces Their Calendar Of Events
BRC 2010 Calendar
Follow them throughout the season
Island Fusion - ForeDay Mornin /J'Ouvert Band
Website - http://bergerboyz.com/
RebelVibes To Launch Paradiso - City Of Angels
One of the newest bands on the scene with a young hip following, has announced their Launch Party - May 15 2010.
Bash Brothoz (Bim)
VP records is on their "A" game with this big tune from Gyptian. Here is a re-release of the video with the official soca riddim in the background. I love a good reggae ballad just as much as the next gal, but honestly, there's something un-romantic about a man singing about "the tightest hold". Ah well, I don't make the music, I just write about it.
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>> Thursday, May 6, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 9:23 PM
Congrats to all winners and nominees.
WINNER LIST, CHECK OUT THE WINNER LIST
1. Entertainer of the Year – Machel Montano
2. Recording Artist of the Year – Queen Ifrika
3. Best Male Vocalist – Tarrus Riley
4. Best Female Vocalist - Alison Hinds
5. Best Song –Wash Away the Tears”- Gramps Morgan
6. Best CD – “Awake”- Julian Marley
7. Best Crossover Song – “Theraphy” – Gramps Morgan
8. Best Gospel Song – “Help” Omari
9. Best Female D.J./Rapper – Queen Ifrica
10. Best Male D.J./Rapper – Elephant Man
11. Best New Entertainer – Gramps Morgan
12. Best Calyso/Soca Entertainer- Machel Montano
13. Best Reggaeton Ent. – Pit Bull
14. Best Latin Entertainer- Enrique Iglesias
15. Best Compas Ent. – Kryol La
16. Best African Ent. – Samini
17. Best Soukous Ent.- Awilo Longomba
18. Best Hip Hop/R&B Ent.- Jamie Foxx
19. Outstanding Contribution to World Music – Mamadou Diabte
20. Most Outstanding Stage Personality – Beenie Man
21. Best Music Video– “So Fine”- Sean Paul
22. Best Poet- Mutabaruka
23. Most Educational Entertainer – Queen Ifrika
24. Most Outstanding Show Band– Machel Montano HD
25. Most Consistent Ent. – Freddie McGregor
26. Most Promising Entertainer – Barbee
27. Most Improved Entertainer – Winsome Benjamin
28. Best Instrumentalist –Dean Fraser
29. Best Backing Band – New Kingston
30. Most Popular Selector/Sound – One Love Hi Powa
31. Concert of the Year –- Rebel Salute
32. Promoter of the Year – Sumfest
33. Producer of the Year – Donovan Bennett
34. Songwriter of the Year – Queen Ifrika
35. Award for Spiritual Service Through Music – Capleton
36. Community Service Award – Shaggy & Friends
37. Most Outstanding Dance Group- Dancerz Blvd
38. Marcus Garvey Humanitarian Award: Wyclef Jean, Rev Al Sharpton
39. Int’l Reggae & World Music Hall of Fame/Lifetime Inductee: Tony Ryan, Jack Scorpio, Noel Williams (King Sporty), Tony Green
40. Martin’s International/Inter-Culture Award of Honor: India.Arie, Matisyahu
41. Special Producer’s “Respect” Award: Rennie Cogle
42. Awards of Appreciation for Contributions to the Music Industry: Trevor Forde, Ron Muschette, Donovan Longmore, Ricot Dupuy
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>> Monday, May 3, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 11:21 AM
This year, the twins are celebrating 8 years in the soca world, and Problem Child is among the artists they have invited over for the party.
Check out the official word from Problem Child's camp...
NEW YORK – Soca artiste Problem Child will be traveling to Germany for the first time at the end of May to represent St. Vincent and the Grenadines for Berlin Carnival 2010.
The Berlin Carnival weekend will start with ‘Carnival Jump-Up 2010’ on Friday, 21st of May at the Icon Club. This Carnival warm-up party celebrates the 8th birthday of the Soca Twins, well known German soca DJs and self-proclaimed soca ambassadors. Problem Child will be headlining the fete, which will also feature renowned international reggae DJ David ‘RamJam’ Rodigan, Germany’s own Count Shortleg and hosts, the Soca Twins.
Problem Child will also perform on the Soca Twins’ truck for Berlin’s 2010 Mas on Sunday, 23rd of May. Berlin Carnival attracts visitors from all over Europe. The turnout is expected to be between 500,000 to 1,000,000 masqueraders and spectators.
For more information on The Soca Twins and the Carnival of Cultures, visit the links.
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No worries, Machel is not changing his night job, but it seems he created a bit of a stir on a New York radio program on Saturday when he indicated he would be "open to speaking to politicians or joining in at picket lines on behalf of the West Indian community in need of immigration reform in the U.S."
In a radio interview that discussed US immigration policies, and racial profiling, Montano spoke to "Caribbean Corner" host Felicia Persaud the same day protesters marched to speak out on the issues
So all of you reading this at home with visions of green cards dancing in your heads, don't you fear, Winer Boy is here!
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Sadly, this year the spirit of revelry went head to head with the spirit of alcohol and lost when a 25 year old construction worker was stabbed to death Saturday morning over a bottle of beer.
For more on this story from the Trinidad Guardian,
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>> Tuesday, April 20, 2010De Source: (Nurse) Karen at 10:08 AM
Originally aired on "Soca Therapy"
Flow 93.5 FM Toronto (Sunday, April 18, 2010)
with Dr. Jay, Marxman and Nurse Karen
- Montreal Soca DJ gets nominated for a Juno Award (Canada)
- Machel gets 5 IRAWMA nods (Trinidad / USA)
- Happy Birthday 5Star Akil (Trinidad), and Jalena (BVI)
- BVI Music Fest line up announced (BVI)
- Kerwin Du Bois and Farmer Nappy to perform in Toronto (Canada / Trinidad)
Good evening Soca Lovers,
I’m Nurse Karen and these are Dr. Jay’s Rounds. Tonight the Canadian Music industry is gathered to distribute the Juno Awards in St John’s, Newfoundland. We will all the nominees the best of luck. It’s exciting to see the international appeal of Canadian music growing each and every year.
Now, we all know there’s no soca category at the Juno’s, but this year there happens to be one song nominated in the Best Reggae Recording Category that the producer himself considers to be a variation of soca. If you get a chance, get online and look for “Wha-la-la-leng” by Face-T, produced by Montreal touring DJ Ghislain Poirier.
The tune was originally recorded for Poirier’s 2009 Running High EP, for which the whole team gave a live performance right here in Toronto two Thursdays ago. A win tonight would be highly unlikely for such a hard to categorize song, but none the less, 3 snaps for soca!!!
So if half of a song in the wrong category doesn’t exactly satisfy your craving for soca music at an awards show, might I remind you that the International Reggae and World Music Awards are set for May in New York. Not only are Fay-Ann, Skinny, Alison, Machel and others nominated for top honours, (Machel leading the race with 5 nods), but a few of them will be performing live....AND... you can still vote online to support your favourites. Check them out at I. R. A. W. M. A. Dot com.
Knowing Jalena, the celebrations probably started this weekend, since it was officially announced that she will join a cast including the likes of WCK, Gyptian, Nina Sky, Fantasia Barrino and Harella to perform at the 2010 BVI music festival at the end of May. The weekend long festival draws talents from across the Caribbean, and the United States to the British Virgin Islands.
>> Friday, April 16, 2010De Source: Rochelle K. Noel at 12:53 PM
It has been a while soca lovers but Carnival is a mere 3 months away in St.Lucia and promoters, artists and bands are not wasting any time with starting up the festivities! I must admit this year things are shaping up nicely. So eager!
NG Soca Stage will be kicking things off with their first event dubbed "Soca Therapy" on April 17th 2010. Music is coming in slowly as everyone paces themselves to what is expected to be a successful season.Also the following bands have announced their Launch dates :Just 4 Fun Carnival Band portraying " THE GREAT LOVES OF THE PAST" - April 24th , 2010Red Unlimited Carnival Band portraying " UNSPOKEN DESIRES" - May 8th,2010Toxik Carnival Band portraying "MAS BEYOND" - May 15th, 2010From the looks of things, 2010 has by few more websites pertaining solely to St.Lucia Carnival on de scene.www.luciancarnival.comwww.slucarnival.comwww.stluciacarnival.net
SAINT LUCIA CARNIVAL 2010
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Events marked with a Red Astrix will be broadcasted live on the website.
- Lucian Line Jam – Monday 24th May – 2:00 pm
- Press & Sponsors Launch – Wednesday 26th May – 8:00 pm
- Official Carnival Launch – Sunday 30th May – 3:00 pm*
- Carnival Queen Show – Sunday 27th June – 6:00 pm*
- Kaiso Headquarters – Friday 2nd July – 8:30 pm
- Groovy Soca Monarch – Saturday 3rd July – 8:00 pm*
- RC Jam – Sunday 4th July – 4:00 pm
- Calypso Semi Finals – Sunday 4th July – 4:00 pm*
- Soca Monarch Finals – Saturday 10th July- 8:00 pm*
- National Junior Carnival – Sunday 11th July – 1:00 pm
- Carnival Arts Exhibition – Monday 12th – Friday 16th July – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Mas On The Square – Monday 12th – Wednesday 14th July – 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
- Mas On The Square – Thursday 15th – Friday 16th July – 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm
- Inter Commercial House Calypso Competition – Thursday 15th July – 8:00 pm*
- Panorama – Friday 16th July – 8:00 pm
- Muzik An Nou (The Music In Us) - Saturday 17th July – 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
- Calypso Monarch Finals – Saturday 17th July – 8:00 pm*
- King & Queen Of The Bands & Caribbean Soca Monarch – Sunday 18thJuly – 8:00 pm*
- J’Ouvert – Monday 19th July – 4:00 am to 8:00 am
- The Pageant - Monday 19th July – 11:00 am to 8:00 pm*
- Parade of the Bands – Tuesday 20th July – 10:00 am to 7:00 pm*
Please Note: Dates and Events are subject to change; Venues will be announced at a later date;
For more information please contact
The Cultural Development Foundation
Barnard Hill, Castries
Tel: +1 (758) -452-1859