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Carnival Comes To The City – July 13 & 14

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Carnival comes alive at the Derek Walcott Square on Thursday, July 13 and Friday, July 14 from 12 noon to 2 pm.

Organised by the Carnival Planning and Management Committee, ‘Carnival in the City’ is an opportunity for all Saint Lucians to enjoy the different aspects of Saint Lucia Carnival in the lead up to the main parade on Monday, July 17 and Tuesday, July 18.

Patrons will enjoy performances by Soca Kings; Arthur Allain and Imran Nerdy, Calypso King; Ti Blacks, and many others including Ninja Dan, J’urgen, Kisha Kay, Alpha, Mighty Sizzler, Ready, Q-pid, Cooyah, Subance, Sedale, TC Brown, Ti Carro, EzraShemmy J, HP, and Bronxx & Matta.

Steel Pan Champions Courts Babonneau Steel Orchestra and other steel orchestras will also make an appearance during the events.

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For more information on the upcoming events, winners, and other activities for Saint Lucia Carnival, go to or follow @juniorcarnivalsaintlucia and @carnivalsaintlucia for more.

SOURCE: Carnival Planning and Management Committee

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  1. its high time the minister of tourism push in cabinet for carnival to be made public holidays

  2. Has it not occurred to a people that they have one man – the Minister of Tourism – who have nothing to offer to them, but that ‘Ungodly, ugly and noisy’ thing that they call, Carnival. A people Spiritually blind, cannot see that the Lord God is grieved that they take more pleasure in the things of the flesh rather than that of His Holy Spirit.
    It is sad that the Preachers of today do fail to do that which is absolutely necessary at a time such as this. It is well known that we are living in the last days, the devil is busy looking for those he can devour, and there are many of those who take pleasure in the things of the flesh, the loud music, vulgar dancing, drinking and bad behavior. Do not think that the Lord is delayed in His promise that He will return, as it is written ‘ He will come like a thief in the night’ so be sober and vigilant and be prepared. St. Lucia as is, is in a lot of trouble; I do not know what the Lord is planning for this sinful Nation that kills each other for the things of pleasure, the things for just a time. [worship the Lord while there is time]

  3. Why do they behave so vulgarly? Hardly a tourist attraction except those of a like mind, and who wants them here?!

  4. The traffic management this year is SHIT! Tell me how you are supposed to pick up your à reveller at Mega J when Vigie roundabout, union roundabout and marisule are ALL BLOCKED at 8.15 p.m.



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