Saturday, March 2, 2024

Full steam ahead, says Andwele

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MEMBERS OF THE National Cultural Foundation, the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation and other stakeholders were at Bushy Park, St Philip, yesterday for a technical and logistical site visit for the coming MQI 98.1 The One Soca Royale.
Event producer Adisa Aja Andwele said things were going “full steam ahead” in preparation for a full technical rehearsal on Thursday and a dress rehearsal on Friday.
“We’ve done the frame and the sound rig is up and the staging and ramp are under construction,” he said.
Also spotted was a team from S&R Rentals setting up one of the VIP areas. Andwele said the Barbados Water Authority  was also there to place temporary water pipes for the show.
The judges and media sections were also being constructed.
The Soca Royale includes the finals of the Party Monarch and Sweet Soca competitions. It will take place on Sunday. (CA)

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