Foreday Morning with Muddslyde
For Cropover Release D Riddim will be going down d road with Muddslyde!
Your package includes
‣ The only Foreday morning band to host THREE parties! All for the amazing Early Bird price of $62.50 USD plus booking fee! ($125 BDS)
‣ Pre-party (11pm – 2:30am) w/ FREE drinks, tons of paint and mud!
‣ On the road — more FREE drinks, paint and mud!
‣ After party [Wash Off] — We add water to the mix!
‣ Breakfast (Bajan & Creole)
Release D Riddim presents the Annual
Right after Kadooment finish, you tink it done? Its last lap with the Cropover Quencher to cure that thirst!
We wukkin up on the Jolly Roger from 8pm – Midnight! Boarding time 7pm! Rum Punch Reception! Shots on the Boat!
Entertained with 100% Soca by the sounds of:
Release D Riddim ft Credable & Mr Hardwine Dj Bliss (UK)
MonsterPiece ft Menace (Barbados)
Soca Superman Alvin Toppin (Barbados)
$80 BDS & $40 US once sold out!
All ah we on D boat!
One of the most anticipated last lap Crop Over weekend events!
Get your pumping partners together…
Prep your livers…
Oil those waists….
The UK massive is ready
The Canadian crew is ready
The US squad id ready
The Miami team is ready
The French posse is ready
The Cali crew is ready
The Caribbean family is ready
ARE YOU READY???
FRAZZLED….THE INVASION IS COMING!
For the last two years we brought you CANBOULAY
This year Oneisland Entertainment decided to switch up the vibe and the style as we present “JABNIVAL” the Ultimate ALL BLACK Jouvert experience.
Please note that Super Early Bird & Early Bird tickets are SOLD OUT
General Admission tickets are now US$40
Tickets are available on www.ticketpal.com or call 238-8469
A Crazy DJ line up, LIVE performances and more.
ARE YOU READY FOR THE “JAB” ALL BLACK MI SAY
*MUSIC BRINGS UNITY*
With it’s origins being traced back the 1780’s Crop Over is the most popular and colourful festival in barbados. At this time Barbados was the world’s largest producer of sugar. Every year there was a huge celebration to mark the end of the sugar season and a successful sugar cane harvest which was named Crop Over celebration.
In the 1940’s the festival was terminated due to the decline in the sugar industry. Until 1974 when the festival was revived fusing other elements of Barbadian culture to create the Spectacular Festival that exists today… Attracting so many people from all around the world.
Barbados Carnival Guide