Events

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Anguilla's August Monday Caribbean Beach 2017

As Anguilla commemorates its 50th year in honour of the revolution, this year’s festivities and events were celebratory and indeed, bigger and better than ever before. On August 7th,2017, the annual August Monday Caribbean Beach Party, produced by Mr. Fitzroy ‘Briggy’ Tomlinson and his team at BEP Services, commenced at

Anguilla's August Monday Caribbean Beach 2017

  andy Ground was the place to be on August Monday! After the J’ouvert morning session concluded, it was time for the A & B Class boat races. Although the weather was inclement, the race must go on! The Class B boats all succeeded and with that the results were

J'ouvert Tomac Plaza

Fete is feteee! And if it’s one thing that nobody cares to watch you for, it’s j’ouvert! Everyone’s minding their own or minding whooo they’re on! J’ouvert’s probably one of the only times when persons careth nottt to be all clustered! But, who can blame them? Feting from The Valley

Sociabank Talented Teen

  And, true to the quote, four beautiful personalities graced the stage of The Landsome Bowl Cultural Centre on 6th August as they vied for the title of Ms. Scotiabank Talented Teen 2017. Under the theme “Beauty Lies Within” spectators witnessed the four young ladies showcase their inner beauty and

Soca Bandclash Infusion XL Wiggy

Soca Bandclash & Bandorama? What is that?! Die-hard fans of the Anguilla soca band culture would quickly “jump on ya case” and explain that this revered competition is more than band members’ ability to simply sing or play to a riddim. It is the true test of musicianship and also

South Valley Street Festival

Exploring the dazzling streets of South Valley on the 5th of August 2017, during the South Valley Street Festival, one had no choice but to be captivated by the decorations, delectable aroma of food, resonating sounds of music and smiling faces of locals and tourists. The South Valley street fair

Old Man Nuncy ANGLEC Calypso Competition Monarch

Do it for the culture! Oh, sweet, sweet Calypso; the one genre that can’t go out of style in the homeland of many. What makes it so captivating is the lyrics that the artists sing –  they’re topics concerning a wide range of relatable issues; politics, social concerns, carnival and

FLOW Soca Rave Andy Goddard & Daddy Prick

“Are You Ready” to “Wine Down” and do “De Dog” with de “Fan Dem” at the FLOW Soca Rave? We love “Carnival Time” so “Keep Ya Game Tight” and ya “Body Fit” “100%”. When you hear “A Horn” and de “Tambourine”, “Jack it Up” wid some “Soca Pepper” ‘cause de “Fête

Infusion XL Wiggy Anguilla Carnival Experience

It’s never too early to start thinking about the next Carnival in Anguilla. Keep handy the Anguilla Summer Festival Checklist. Here are some tips to maximise the enjoyment of the Carnival Season: 1. Get FAMILIAR! Leading up to and during the carnival season, the importance of listening to the local

Miss Tiny Tott Kyanee Rogers

First and foremost, the kiddies! Miss Tiny Tott Pageant 2017 with seven irresistible cuties! This was the first pre-event for Carnival. The village was ram packed meaning the contestants were very well supported! The show was themed ‘Under the Sea’ and it consisted of 5 segments; introductory speech, children’s costumes