A release from the Carnival Development Corporation, CDC, says the postponement is due to the delay in the arrival of Trophies from Trinidad Trophies Ltd. The CDC said, in the past, it had sourced trophies out of New York but in keeping with a request from the components for better quality trophies more in line… Continue Reading →
A representative from the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) said they expect to see a number of changes in the Rural Carnival activities for the year 2015. This statement was made by coordinator of Rural Carnival Activities, Ezzie Roberts. Mr. Roberts said while the Rural Carnival activities for 2014 were of a high standard, there is… Continue Reading →
The Beauty Shows Committee of the Carnival Development Corporation says that the 2014 Miss Carival Pageant was overwhelmingly successful. A release from the Committee said they had a successful week of Activities from June 30th to July 6th 2014 while contestants were in SVG. The committee said there was also a smooth production and staging… Continue Reading →
The 250-thousand dollar deficit, which was accumulated by the Carnival Development Corporation CDC, has been dealt with. That’s according to Chairman of the CDC, Dennis Ambrose. In response to a question at a recent media conference, Mr. Ambrose said he is pleased that the situation has been addressed.
The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) has extended the deadline for registration for the Soca Monarch Competition. Soca and Ragga Soca Artistes are being advised that the deadline has been extended to Friday 20th June 2014 at 4:00 pm. The CDC says auditions would be held on Monday June 23rd at the Victoria Park commencing 6:00… Continue Reading →
The Carnival Corporation, CDC says registration forms are now available for Ragga Soca and Soca Artistes who wish to participate in this year’s competition. A release from the CDC says registration for both competitions closes on Friday 14th June, and preliminary judging for the Ragga Soca competition would be done on Saturday 14th June. Preliminary… Continue Reading →