Kiddies Carnival happening today

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The annual Red Cross Kiddies Carnival will be starting today (30 Jan 2016) at 11am.  Gayelle TV channel will be bringing all the action live from the Queen’s Park Savannah.

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Watch Panorama Semis Live stream now


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Listen to Panorama Semi Finals live now

Today is the National Small, Medium and Large Panorama Semi-finals Competition.


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Free Entry and Live Streams for Chutney Soca Monarch Finals tonight

If you are looking for something to do tonight, why not add Chutney Soca Monarch Finals to your consideration list.

Everyone is free before 9pm.  Gates open at 7pm.  And you can bring your cooler with you once it’s in before  10pm.

Carnival recession tip: It’s free and you don’t have to spend money on drinks if you bring your own cooler.  At minimum you save $200 while taking in performances from some big names like Rikki Jai, KI and a performance by Raymond Ramnarine and Dil-E-Nadan.

For those who chose not to attend, you can enjoy the live streams from the comfort of your homes.  The live coverage on Win TV starts at 9pm on 23Jan16.

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Listen to Single Pan Semi Finals live

The 2016 Single Pan Semi Finals competition is happening tonight.

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Soaka ‘til Sunrise – A Fete Review by Shello

For our first fete review, Shello attended Soaka. These are his thoughts, and the first of many more to come.

Price ($400) – Normally, this would be a big no-no for a regular cooler fete. Based on the type of entertainment and the vibes however, the price might be considered to be reasonable. Scalpers made mas, as tickets went as high as $800 on the road. (3 out of 5)

Music – The live performances by Kes, Machel (Monk) and Olatunji (over CD tracks) were well received. Kes hyped up the crowd at 5am, which served to prep all of us for Monk’s entry at the brink of dawn. And trust me, he brought his A-game. The blending of “Waiting for the Stage” into “In We Blood” was a source of extra excitement for all, especially when they opened up the water hoses. Ola hit the stage near 8am, and “Oh Yay” was a monster track. I still don’t understand what the Royal Castle ad interlude was about, but with alcohol flowing, water pouring down and the sun now blazing, people sang word for word.  (4 out of 5)

Bar – Since it was a cooler fete, there was not much of a bar. I did appreciate the fact they gave away free beers (Coors) and samples of Vodka/Rum to enhance your drinking experience, though. There was also a sober zone with coffee and water/cran-water available, at no extra cost to the patron. (4 out of 5)

Food – There was a food zone which was separate from the major feting zone but, as my focus was elsewhere, I didn’t have any of it. (2.5 out of 5)

Amenities – O2 Park’s bathrooms are nice when it’s not a “water based” fete. Unfortunately, Soaka is a water-based fete (if the name didn’t tip you off). So yuh know is plenty long lines and muddy water inside the bathroom. The clean-up crews couldn’t work fast enough to keep up with the crowds. (1 out of 5)

Location – O2 Park is a popular venue for this type of event. My grouse in the past has been traffic congestion, but this year I must commend the Police for properly managing the parking situation so that traffic was not an issue. (4 out of 5)

Experience – Well this fete is a prime Ultra Bare Back Barry vibes party (editor’s note: aka a Shello party, who happened to do this review). It reminded me of an old school Insomnia fete. The build-up was nice, and the DJ didn’t stick. Kes’ and Machel’s performances kept waists loose and moving. Stushness didn’t exist in this fete. For those who wanted that scene, the “VIP” balcony was present to observe proceedings from a safe (lame) distance. (5 out of 5)



Soaka is the bastard child of the combined vibes of Pier 1 and Blue Range cooler fetes; with Insomnia’s time, location and water action thrown in for good measure. It was a memorable fete in which to let loose. And trust me I saw some “looseness”. Even with the bathroom issues, and despite being somewhat over-priced, I absolutely recommend hitting this fete next year.

Overall (4 out of 5)

Yorke All Inclusive Live Stream

Yorke All Inclusive Fete is happening Sunday 17 January, 2016 from 5pm (Trini time).  The audio will be live streamed on i95.5FM.

Tune in to hear performances from Roy Cape and Blaxx, Fayann Lyons and Bunji Garlin with the Asylum Viking and Raymond Ramnarine with Dil-e-Nadan.

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Soca Monarch Semi Final Live Stream


Soca Monarch semi-finals competition starts today at 4pm, Sunday 17 January, 2016.

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Fete with the Saints live stream

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