Carnival coming to Broward County to celebrate the culture of the Caribbean

If the temperature is high, the music should be even more intense. This indicates that it is time for Junior Carnival, during which the sights and sounds of the Caribbean will be front and center. Some of the music that will be performed includes soca, samba, calypso, and more. The Miami-Broward Junior League The Central Broward Regional Park Carnival, which will be hosted by TD Bank and will take place on October 1, 2022 at 1 pm and will be located at 3700 NW 11th Place in Lauderhill. – 10 p.m.

There will be a procession, dancers in costume showing their thing, and steel-pan bands competing against one another to see who is the best of the bunch among the contestants. This event will include more than ten junior masquerade bands competing against one another for awards and bragging rights. The day will be packed with the music, culture, and colors of the Caribbean, as well as the cuisine of the region.

According to the organizers, this enlightening cultural event is not only a forum for presenting Caribbean culture and a wonderful chance for young people to become involved, but it is also a fantastic way to cultivate artistic ability. The celebrations will include a wide variety of activities geared towards young people. In addition, there will be activities, a photo booth, and face painting available for children in the Kid’s Zone.

The cost of admission is $15. Parking is $10. Visit for more details as well as to purchase tickets.

Jordan Collins

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