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Qualifying Calypsonians Announced For Monarch Semi-Final


After a gruelling week of competition, 18 Calypsonians have been selected to proceed to the semi-final round of the Calypso Monarch Competition, to be held this Sunday, June 23rd, at the National Cultural Centre.

Quarter-final shows of the Calypso Competition were spread across four exciting nights of Tent at the National Cultural Centre. Calypsonians from each of the four tents put on rousing displays for the judges and calypso lovers.

The 18 calypsonians selected to advance to the semi-final round of competition, are listed below in alphabetical order:

Sobriquet Calypso Tent
Ashe TOT/Soca Village
Blaze Kaiso Pro’s Tent
Bingo Fire One
Dezral Fire One
Educator Fire One
Gamtion South Calypso Tent
Herb Black TOT/Soca Village
King Kakal South Calypso Tent
Menell South Calypso Tent
Mica TOT/Soca Village
Mighty Sizzler Fire One
Oshun South Calypso Tent
Qpid TOT/Soca Village
Queen Yadzz South Calypso Tent
Solange Fire One
Taker TOT/Soca Village
TC Brown Kaiso Pro’s Tent
Ti Carro TOT/Soca Village


Tickets for Calypso Semi-Finals are only $40 and available from Steve’s Barbershop and The Cell outlets island wide. At this stage, nine calypsonians will be selected to compete against the defending monarch: Ti-Blacks, for the 2024 Calypso Monarch title.

For updates relating to all carnival competitions, visit or @carnivalsaintlucia on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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

 SOURCE: Carnival Planning and Management Committee. PHOTO: Ti Blacks – Reigning Calypso Monarch. 

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