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National Carnival Queen Pageant Happening This Saturday

The 70th staging of the prestigious National Carnival Queen Pageant will be held this Saturday, June 29, 2024, at the Pavilion in Rodney Bay.
Through displays of elegance, poise, dazzling costumes, and creative talents, seven (7) delegates will compete for a chance to be named the 2024 Lucian Carnival Queen. The 7 Delegates vying for this year’s title are:
  • Kadin Antoine – Miss Caribcation
  • Aeryn George – Miss Windjammer Resort & Residences
  • Anneka Thompson – Miss Bank of Saint Lucia
  • Tunisia President – Miss Pierre Marcel
  • Yaneil Joseph – Miss Duty Free Point Seraphine
  • Shan Lucien – Miss Bounty Rum
  • Menella Sebaram – Miss Caribbean Galaxy Real Estate
The delegates and their sponsors had an opportunity to meet with members of the public on Saturday, June 22nd, during the annual National Carnival Queen Motorcade which went through the City of Castries and culminated with a meet and greet at the JQ Mall in Rodney Bay.
As part of the observance of the 70th staging, several past National Carnival Queens, and the reigning Queen, Miss Shanice Butcher, joined the Motorcade.
Ambassadors of Lucian Carnival also joined the meet and greet to serenade the delegates and the viewing public.
Tickets for the National Carnival Queen Pageant being held on Saturday, June 29th, 2024, at the Pavilion on Rodney Bay are only $150, and are available at The Cell outlets island wide and Steve’s Barbershop in Castries.
Follow @saintluciacarnivalqueenpageant on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more updates on the pageant and @carnivalsaintlucia for all things Carnival.
SOURCE: Carnival Planning and Management Committee

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  1. This article fails to meet the “truth in advertisement” standard! Without the headline, the photo had me assuming that the ladies depicted were part of a circus clown show.

    All the costumes look like what my little sister would have accomplished making “dolly” clothes on a toy sewing machine, when she was eight years old!

  2. Looks like someone took the sponsors’ money for themselves, and used students from sewing classes to make the outfits for free; by promising them exposure via the pageant!

  3. The only properly dressed one for the occasion is the one in white, but what is happening on her head? Some fashion was never meant to be worn off the run way. When did they start dressing queens in drag?


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