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A New King And Queen Of The Band Have Been Crowned

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15 majestic costumes, some towering 30 feet, went on display for last evening’s King and Queen of the Bands competition held at the SAAB. For King and Queen of the Bands, bands select a theme and create large costumes to depict the chosen theme.

The costumes are judged based on craftsmanship, portrayal of the theme, design, and presentation.

The winners of the King and Queen of the Bands competition are as follows:

Queen of the Band

Rank Band  Portrayal Points Standing Score
Winner Tribe of Twel Anba Glo Kim Desir 442
1st Runner- Up Tribe of Twel Palm Sunday Redemption Sharon Tanner 441
2nd Runner- Up Xuvo Into Battle Nattani St. Omer 399
3rd Runner-Up Fusion Mas A Tribute to the Icon Rosemary Harris 372

King of the Band

Rank Band  Portrayal Points Standing Score
Winner Fusion Mas Afro Beat is King Giovanni St. Omer 436
1st Runner- Up Tribe of Twel For God So Loved The World Jordan Augier 429
2nd Runner- Up Tribe of Twel Papa Djab Seducing the Nation Craig Hyacinth 412
3rd Runner-Up Island Tribe The Rising Sun Cedric Laurent 407

The public will have an opportunity to view all of the costumes in this year’s competition again, during the parade of the bands on Monday, July 17, and Tuesday, July 18.

The full list of winners for all the events under the Saint Lucia Carnival calendar can be accessed on the results page of www.carnivalsaintlucia.com.

To stay informed on updates on Saint Lucia Carnival go to www.carnivalsaintlucia.com or follow @carnivalsaintlucia on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

SOURCE: Carnival Planning and Management Committee.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. mr Hilaire since you are our tourism minister and our cultural ambassador i suggest that you bring to cabinet to Make carnival Monday and Tuesday a National Holiday

  2. The problem is Malaway like too many holidays. Those who are not at Carnival and do not beleive should go to work. Cust the crap

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