Major changes are coming to this year’s Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch Competition.
Highlights from the HOTT Bajarama
One party-hearty patron will benefit from the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) and the private event promoters working together this Crop Over.
Crop Over is good to go. In a meeting yesterday, tent managers and The National Cultural Foundation signed off on the changes that were announced last week.
In order to get “Crop Over correct” the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) has embarked on a number of cost-cutting measures.
Placing in the top spot of two long-standing competitions during Crop Over may be more difficult this year, but two of Barbados’ leading entertainers are already preparing for the challenge....
TWO DAYS SHY of the sponsors’ launch for Crop Over 2019, there is already controversy.
It will not be business as usual this Crop Over when it comes to fetes, shows and other related events.
- May. 19/05/20 - 10:54pm
Major changes are coming to this year’s Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch...
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