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Bermuda Carnival events will not go ahead, the organisation behind the four-day party said yesterday.
BHW Ltd explained it “must make decisions that are best for everyone” as Bermuda and the world battled Covid-19.
The organisers added: “Rest assured, as soon as a clearer picture of our status has emerged, we will announce a date when we can safely and securely…Continue
Posted on May 11, 2020 at 7:37pm
The following article originally appeared in the 24 August 2001 issue of Hot Tickets magazine and is reproduced here, with minor edits, as a special tribute to Frank Sylvester Rollock, 13 Oct 1937‑20 Apr 2020.
“The steel drum has something in it so that when you get into it, or it gets into you, you don’t want to play any other instrument.”…Continue
Posted on May 11, 2020 at 7:35pm
Two more Caribbean carnivals have succumbed to the bacchanal-eating virus that’s swept the world of most major cultural and sporting events this year.
In Grenada, Spicemas, which had been due to launch on Monday 2 May and run through to the climax on 11 August, is now officially off the calendar until 2021.
Spicemas Corporation said in a statement: “The size and…Continue
Posted on May 11, 2020 at 7:31pm
Barbados canceled its annual Crop Over Festival, which was slated to kick off in June, one of many festivals and events across the Caribbean that are being canceled or postponed due to Covid-19.
A statement posted on the Caribbean Tourism Organization site called the decision "difficult," and it called the Crop Over Festival the island's "premier" arts and culture showcase, a two-month affair of craft…Continue
Posted on May 4, 2020 at 12:43pm