Bahamas Masqueraders Sailaway 2019
Posted by Awesome Entertainment on Monday, April 22, 2019
It’s pretty much set in stone. Easter Monday belongs to Bahamas Masqueraders. On Monday, April 22, 2019 Bahamas Masqueraders hosted its 5th Annual Soca, Sun, Sand and Sea on Colonial Island without incident. The annual Easter Monday event has established itself as the must-attend event of the Carnival season and the Easter Holiday weekend.
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By PlayMas.Today — 5 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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By PlayMas.Today — 1 year ago
The weekend before Bahamas Carnival, April 26 -29, belongs to Survival Weekend produced by Alpha Sounds. Since the inception of Bahamas Carnival Alpha Sounds has secured his presence as a staple in the production of Bahamas Carnival. The staple event, Survival Weekend goes hand an hand with the Wassi One. Every year Soca Ambassador Giselle the Wassi One celebrtes her brithday in the beautiful Nassau, Bahamas.
In 2019 Giselle introduced a Tuesday Lime entitle Wassi’s World, which kicked off a week of events and activies making this the first year of week long activies planned outside of the Bahamas Carnival committe structure.
By PlayMas.Today — 1 year ago
Hypnotic Mas Band makes a Bold statement n their 2019 Bahamas Carnival costume release Saturday, Jan 12 at 1 Cru, Gladstone Rd. The costumes are a bold decorative take on sexy lingerie. These pieces look great in the night, but can they withstand the beating of Carnival bacchanal? Even, moreover, the Bold line does not represent or fit the varying body types of the local market and the growing population of obesity in the Caribbean diaspora. One would ask who does Bold truly represent? Is Hypnotic Mas Band looking for a particular type of masquerader like many boutique bands throughout the Caribbean?
We present to you Bold by Hypnotic Mas Band for the 2019 Bahamas Carnival Season.
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The Carnival Critic Review:
Bold’s product launch took off with a burst of energy the rocked the crowd. Regardless of the rainy weather most of the crowd socialized without complaints under covered areas to the mix of old, new and vintage soca. Their first line Boujie got onlookers in place and ready to be wowed. They were as bold rolled out a colorful line of costumes with equally tantalizing titles.
The printed, iridescent, animal print and lace ensembles that served as the base of the pieces gave a great head start to beautiful pieces. However, some pieces seemed incomplete in thought and production beyond the ready-made foundation. The headpieces that adorned some of the models were beautiful though common. Where present the jewelled leg enhancements added a modern upscale vibe. The completed costumes need to be finessed before they are ready for the road.
The cut of the costumes did not offer variety and seemingly did not provide a practical fit nor much bust support. While Bahamians tend to run short the length of the costume’s body may prove to be a challenge for taller or shapely persons. I was disappointed to see no “boy short” cuts just thongs. Carnival should be inclusive to all body types and style preferences.
All in all, the costumes were more lingerie-esque than bacchanal. I would have like to see more creativity and less off the wrack. I have concerns that as is, they may not survive the road.