Kalik celebrates Bahamas Carnival with the Wybe! On Saturday, April 13, 2019, Kalik did it again with their fifth Road March presentation. This year the Kalik Road March route took on Bay Street leaving from Arawak Cay to East Bay Street’s Beach Soccer Stadium for the climax, OneMas Reloaded concert hosted by Alpha Sounds & The Movi Group.
Growing in numbers, the Kalik Road March has become a staple in the Bahamas Carnival calendar. This year along the route both visitor and spectators joined in the line as the crowd enjoyed the good Wybes along the way.
Kalik Road March
OneMas Reload was a visually appealing display of lights and sound. As an attendee, it was a refreshing change of pace. Mr. Killa 2019 International Soca Monarch “Power”, delivered a high energy performance that revitalized the night.
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By PlayMas.Today — 2 years ago
South Carolina Carnival is growing in popularity and is well on its way to being a major success. A small Carnival with lots of vibes.
Here is a photo recap of the June 7- 10 weekend.
Visit southcarolinacarnival.com for more details.
SOUTH CAROLINA CARNIVAL
A Festival Driven by the “MUSIC” that represents the vivacious heart beat of the people.
The “FOOD” characterizes our diverse medley of race and color, seasoned with the spirited foundation of multiple “CULTURES”.
Founded in 2014, South Carolina Carnival has been involved with the fresh winds of innovation and change within the community at large. In keeping with the Mission of our many programs, and is dedicated to bringing safe, enjoyable, family-style festivals to Columbia and surrounding areas.
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By PlayMas.Today — 3 months agoAfter centuries of practice, today’s cultural extravaganzas have become the most entertaining street carnivals of not only The Bahamas but also the world at large.
With the costumes, dance, and music inspired by a different theme each time, preparations for the Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and summertime Junkanoo literally take months and bring together men and women from all different walks of life.
Junkanoo evolved from the days of slavery. Loyalists who migrated to The Bahamas in the late 18th Century brought their African slaves with them. The slaves were given three days off during the Christmas season, which they used to celebrate by singing and dancing in colorful masks, travelling from house to house, often on stilts. Junkanoo nearly vanished after slavery was
abolished, butthe revival of the festival in The Bahamas now provides entertainment for many thousands.
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