The crowds at Carnival city are growing and patrons are having a true Spicemas experience.
Last Thursday, July 28, the stars were out in their full splendour.
The “LIME” night lived up to expectations with sterling performances by local artistes and lead singer of WCK, Dominica , Neijel Baptiste.
It was also the first time also that Sugar Jay graced the stage for the Carnival season. Patrons got a sneak preview of new releases from Melz, Sugar Jay and others.
Tall Pree and reigning Soca Monarch, Terror Kid also took the crowd back in time and gave a taste of the present.
With the theme being “all things Carnival”, the mas band – Andre Garvey and Associates – sponsored by LIME also crossed the stage, much to the delight of the patrons.
Commenting on the evening – Producer Clarence Baker said: “The momentum is growing and Carnival City is having the desired effect.”
According to Baker, Carnival City is a mini carnival where carnival lovers can feel the Spicemas vibes and look forward to “all thing Carnival before the “big shows”.
“Carnival is a season” he noted, “and we are ensuring that from the launch to the culmination on Carnival week, there are carnival events”.
To compliment carnival city, the carnival caravan moves through the parishes on Sundays.
Patrons were delighted that Niejel Baptiste, WCK lead singer graced the stage. His appearance was arranged by LIME.
According to General Manager – LIME, Angus Steele, “We promised that Spicemas 2012 will be the best ever and we are working on delivering on the promise.
Carnival lovers can expect more as move towards the climax of carnival.”
The LIME/Spicemas Corporation Soca Monarch quarterfinals are scheduled for the July 5, 6, 7 and 8 at Gouyave, St. Mark, St. Patrick s and St. David respectively.