Bahamas Carnival

#PhotoReCap Euphoria Madness 2020 “Mama Africa” Launch

When it’s showtime, it’s showtime! Euphoria Madness released it’s 2020 Bahamas Carnival Costume line themed “Mama Africa”. As a smaller band the creators highlighted two sections as a soft launch with additional to be shared online via their website.

Visit EuphoriaMadness.com for more details and information.

#PhotoReCap Feeling Fete-Ish 2020 Global Explosion

Registration is now open. $25 sign up fee or start paying on your costume. Email: JunjamooFreaksBahamas@gmail.com Phone:242.432.5523

#PhotoRecap Bahamas Carnival 2019 Road March

We made it! Bahamas Carnival year five is in the bag. While the parade was a success many bands struggled with challenges of their own. Overall you can see the growth of Bahamas Carnival and the potential as a lucrative Carnival destination.

#Recap Wassi’s World and Survival Jab Jab

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.

#PhotoRecap Soca, Sun, Sand & Sea by #BahMas

Live from Colonial Island

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.

Check out our photo recap of Soca, Sun, Sand & Sea. Like PlayMasToday on Facebook & follow @PlayMasToday on Instagram.

Additional photo credit Infocus Media (TT) IG: @Infocus868

#PhotoRecap Soca, Sun, Sand & Sea Year Five

#PhotoRecap Kalik Road March & OneMas Reloaded

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.

OneMas Reloaded

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