Castries, St Lucia: The planning for the Carnival 2022 is in full gear in St Luci as the government with the Ministry of Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information has initiated new ideas to commence it properly and safely.
The cultural event in which every trait of artistic glimpses of the Caribbean country has showcased is scheduled to be held from 7th July to 19th July 2022. The event will be a prominent mixture of national and private cultural showcases.
Affectionately known as Lucia Carnival, every preparation will be managed by the Carnival Planning & Management Committee (CPMC). It will be chaired by Tamara Gibson, who is an expert in bringing out the Carnival climate.
As per the staus of the entertainment events, the music field will be showcased by the Calypso, Soca tents, Calypso and Soca Monarchs. The music will be included calypso, groovy and power soca and also Kuduro or Dennery Segment.
While expressing pleasure in the preparations of the Carnival, Deputy Prime Minister Ernest Hilaire noted, “I am happy to see the progress on the preparations for Lucian Carnival 2022 as every committee who have included in it brings a pool of experience to the table. We are celebrating the new normal as the country is returning to the normal phase after two-year hiatus.”
Ernest Hilaire further applauded the music events and the bands that would entertain the visitors during the Carnival. He remarked, “I am excited to be part of Carnival and to listen to the music of Calypso bands as they will light up the stage with their extraordinarily special performance”.
Besides this, the preparations also have in full swing to create measures for the safety of the attendees from the COVID-19 pandemic. Ministry of Health and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) have also finalised the criteria which will be launched all the health and safety protocols for the secure hosting of St Lucia Carnival 2022.
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