r challenge, I believe is going to be one of accommodation because last year, we had full-time house. I think all the hotels were generally full and if they were full last year, I believe with Buju's announcement coming to the St.Kitts Music Festival, we're going to have a little issue.”
At a press conference held this morning at the Ocean Terrance Inn (OTI), twenty-five one (21)acts were announced completing the 2019 roster of the well-anticipated yearly extravaganza.
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The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and national media entity ZBC (ZIZ Broadcasting Corporation) have teamed up to showcase a 24-epiosde Taiwanese television drama series called ‘The New World’
“The status on the cart is good; it’s in good shape. From what I understand some people said the cart was stolen…but as you can see where I’m living, the cart is in good condition! My experience with ULTRA was great! I loved it!”
Lead vocalist of the Small Axe Band Royston’ Mr. World’ Wigley commented on the Road March repeat victory for Sugar Mas 47 saying: “I feel overwhelmed on behalf of the band, myself and the fans. I want us to get it 60 more times! Big up to God and the fans who made it possible.”
Miss St. Kitts Anya Seetahal, on Sunday 30th December won the 2018/2019 Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant held at the St. Kitts Marriott before a full-house audience.
Jamming in three-peat champion mode as troupe of the year, a section of the ULTRA Carnival Sugar Rush took over a snow cone (commonly known as fraco) cart during the early hours of Las’ Lap for Sugar Mas 47 held on Wednesday 2nd January through the streets of Basseterre as curtain fell on the St.Kitts-Nevis National Carnival yearly production.
Miss SCASPA, Tawanna Collins, is the new National Carnival Queen following the National Carnival Queen Pageant that was held Sugar Mill on Friday, 28th December.
The youngest ever competitor talented Miss Independent (Karisia Willett) continues to dominate the calypso arena since her debut in 2017 when she made history to become the first ever Female National Senior Calypso Monarch, and now making history again as the first female to two-peat.