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Calypso Quarterfinals And 2024 Season Judges Announced

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The Calypso Monarch competition will enter the quarterfinal stage beginning this weekend, Saturday 8 June with the South Calypso Tent. The schedule of shows for Calypso Quarterfinals are as follows:

  • Saturday, 8 June – South Calypso Tent
  • Wednesday, 12 June – TOT/Soca Village
  • Thursday, 13 June – Kaiso Pro’s Tent
  • Friday, 14 June – Fire One

All quarterfinal Calypso shows will be held at the National Cultural Centre and are open to the public.

The Carnival Planning and Management Committee (CPMC) has also announced the pool of judges who will serve for the 2024 Carnival season. They are as follows:

Mark Sifflet – Chief Judge Marlyn Francis Moses John Sylvester Clauzel
Constance Ann Akufo – Judges Coordinator Ronald Hinkson Anthony R La Force Thaddeus Dorville
Allison Naomi Pascal Anthony Mondesir Camron John Thomas Elcock
Natasha P. Delaire-Chicot Gregory Piper Claire Fontenelle Tracy Dolcy
Anthony Alcindor Curtis Sealy Dan Stephen Tony Nicholas
Greg Mathurin Mahurney Augier Gillian A. G. Poilus Mike Rogers
Horace Darrell Jacqueline John Andrew George  

The listed of judges published here for the 2024 Lucian Carnival Season may be amended at a later date.

For updates relating to the Calypso Monarch Competition, visit us at www.carnivalsaintlucia.com or @carnivalsaintlucia on Facebook or Instagram.

The CPMC wishes all calypsonians the best of luck in the next round of the competition as they prepare for the Monarch.

SOURCE: Carnival Planning and Management Committee

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