The Virgin Islands Carnival Committee celebrated the life of Lord Blakie on December 7 with a parade, gospel program, and finally the Carnival Tribute Extravaganza! Some of the best musicians and Kaisonians gave of their time to remember him in
Photo: VI Carnival Committee on Facebook, Lord Blakie at 2012 VI Carnival Coronation and Ball“Lord Blakie’s Carnival Tribute Extravaganza” will be hosted by the Virgin Islands Carnival Committee in honor of the late Kenneth “Lord Blakie” Blake on Saturday, December
The Virgin Islands Carnival Committee is proud to present: The 2019 Junior Calypso Competition! The show will be held at the Carnival Village at Fort Christian Parking Lot, St. Thomas on Thursday, April 25, 2019 beginning at 8:00 pm sharp!
Strictly Local Productions Present The 20th Annual ‘Bouy Ah Bouy, Big Man Ah Big Man’ Competition on Saturday, April 13th at 8pm at the CAHS Auditorium! With this year’s theme: “If the Dead Could Talk” – the best of the
The First Bank Junior Calypso Competition will be held on Sunday April 15, 2018 this year due to a reduced field as a result of many children moving away after Hurricanes Irma and Maria. It will be held right after
Simply a magnificent night!! The First Bank Junior Calypso Competition presented by the VI Carnival Committee on Tuesday, April 18th was second to none!!! Congratulations to the winners – Ka’stin-Italia “Princess Italia” Roach (Primary), K’Nia “Lady K” Maduro (Intermediate), and Khamoi
One of the best calypso shows/competitions I’ve ever had the privilege of being a part of: the 18th Annual Buoy Ah Buoy Big Man Ah Big Man on April 16th… Congrats to winner King Kan, 1st runner up Waggy, and 2nd
The message is in the music at the First Bank Junior Calypso competition presented by the VI Carnival Committee on Tuesday April 18th at 8pm at the Lionel Roberts Stadium, and it promises to be an exciting night filled with
Strictly Local Productions presents the 18th Annual Bouy ah Bouy, Big Man Ah Big Man Calypso Competition on Sunday, April 16, 2017 (Easter Sunday) at the Charlotte Amalie High School Auditorium at 7pm. This year’s topic: “Back in De Day”.