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Carnival in June closes with a Bumper Competition Weekend June 29th – July 1st

Next Friday June 29th into Sunday July 1st
 

Friday June 29th from 5PM @ the Derek Walcott Square in Castries

Soca Preliminaries:

·      After work lime

·      FREE Event

·      Featuring leading National Groovy and Power Soca Artiste

·      Stay connected for more details

Saturday June 30th from 8PM @ the Royalton Saint Lucia Resort & Spa

National Carnival Queen Pageant:

·     Nine (9) beautiful and intelligent contestants competing in:

o  Swimwear

o  Talent

o  Costume

o  Eveningwear

o  Interview

·     Dress Code: Formal

·     Welcome drink on arrival

·     Secured parking facility @ Great House Grounds

·     Shuttle Service from 6pm – 9pm and again at 11pm – midnight

·     Tickets will NOT BE SOLD at the venue

·     Event SOLD OUT
 

Contestants will appear in the following order:

1.   Tasha Fanus                 Miss Crystal Clear

2.   Earlyca Frederick          Miss FICS

3.   Pauline Francis             Miss Bounty

4.   Camille Plummer          Miss MBC

5.   Tember Cadette            Miss Bounty

6.   Tangie Butcher              Miss Piton

7.   Cathlina Lawrence        Miss Vybe Radio

8.   Jevani Joseph              Miss DBS

9.   Kianna Nicholas           Miss Pierre Marcel

Sunday July 1st from 5PM @ the National Cultural Centre

National Calypso Competition – Semi Finals:

·     Tickets $30

·     Ticket outlet Steve’s Barber Shop

·     Tickets will be sold at the venue (NCC) from 5 PM

·     Buy your tickets early and avoid the rush

·     Parking available on the grounds

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