The excitement associated with the carnival season is being made available to the working population, over two consecutive days, as the Derek Walcott Square plays hosts to Mas in the City. This event brought together elements of festive season into one central location, for persons who would have been unable to attend other events to feel the Mas fever.

According to PR Assistant for the Carnival Planning and Management Committee, Herma Demacque, attendees participated in an affair filled with the very spirit of the festive season. She noted that attendees at the event can walk away from it having had valuable experiences, without paying a cent.

“People who may have missed all the shows prior, maybe you missed soca monarch…we are given you an opportunity to see the artists, in action.” Demacque said. “ It’s a perfect opportunity for you take your lunch hour and come and vibe with us at the Derek Walcott Square, as we get ready for Day One and Day Two on the road and of course J’ouvert which is back this year” she added.

Mas in the City will be the penultimate national event, before the revelers participate in National J’ouvert activities on Monday morning.

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Quinn St. Juste

Quinn St. Juste is a young journalist, with a background in Tourism Management. He has a passion for social and commerce related topics.

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