I really enjoyed myself. This was my third year. I’m definitely coming back. I will say that as far as buses for masqueraders, either more buses or bigger ones so it’s not such a longer wait. However, I’m grateful that they did use buses this time cause that’s a long walk. The experience is always a feet burning, body aching, awesome experience every time I go lol. Speaking As an Honorary Islander, Miami carnival rocks. Had two carnival virgins who participated and as far as I know, they will be coming back. Two thumbs up to the committee.
It's a MUST DO! Every year.
This was my 3rd time attending carnival in Miami but my first time playing mas and it was a great experience! I will be back next year. My friends and I took the shuttle bus from one of the pick-up locations and it saved us from dealing with parking and a lot of traffic!
If you love Caribbean culture (music, food, drinks, women) you have to check it out!
Always an awesome time whenever we go to Miami Carnival!! Can't wait to go back!!!! #boomblas #wasio
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Cultural Festival Featuring Performances, Pageantry, Fashion, and Youth Inspired Segment Extends To A Global Audience Miami
By Yvette N. Harris -Presented by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau #FoundinMiami -Celebrating Sweet Riddim & C
MIAMI, Florida – South Florida’s youth will showcase pageantry, vibrancy, and pride at the annual Miami Carnival Jr. Carnival. Thi
Cultural Festival Featuring Performances, Pageantry, Fashion, and Youth Inspired Segment Extends To A Global Audience
Miami, Fl-(July 23, 2020)-The Miami Broward Carnival Host Committee is committed to flattening the curve of coronavirus as they announced today that for the first time in 35 years, Miami Carnival would be produced as a virtual experience from Thursday, October 8-Sunday, October 11, 2020. Miami Carnival is one of the most anticipated Caribbean Carnivals held annually, draws over 75,000 attendees, and contributes to the South Florida area's economic impact during Columbus Day weekend. The Miami Carnival online edition will welcome people from across the globe as they continue the tradition of a top-notch cultural event that celebrates Miami, the Caribbean, music, pageantry, and Caribbean culture over this multi-day experience. For the first time, the Miami Broward Host Committee is making all the elements of Miami Carnival free to access. The virtual experience is expected to draw audiences across the country and the world. The event will be hosted at MiamiCarnival.org.
"Everyone has been deeply impacted by the pandemic. Like others, we have been challenged to pivot and reimagine how we can continue to create space for our annual cultural celebration of Miami Carnival," says Joan Justin, Chair for Miami Broward One Carnival Host committee. "While we will miss hosting attendees into the South Florida area, we are excited to share Miami Carnival with a global audience this year. We know that we will persevere through this time and continue to support our community to recover from the global crisis with which our world is faced."
The Miami Broward Carnival planning team's creativity and innovation are woven into a vibrant showcase of all the elements and traditions embraced and celebrated during the Miami Carnival. The event promises to entertain, inspire, and educate. Some of the aspects of this rich cultural content include features of some key local DJs kicking off the Miami Carnival Virtual Weekend experience. There will be performances by the 2019 Junior Calypso winner, 2019 Jr. Steelpan winner as well as a segment to take viewers through a story about Carnival. Viewers will still get to enjoy the pageantry of the costumes and experience the sweet and melodious sounds of the steel pan.
Additional announcements about the online event will be made in the coming weeks.
Visit https://miamicarnival.org for updates.
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