Dream start for Xodus

Saturday, April 29, 2017

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ORGANISERS of Xodus road march in the Corporate Area last Sunday are pleased with the turnout of revellers who chose to party under their banner.
“We're very pleased. We got twice the amount of people we were expecting,” said Scott Dunn, managing director of Dream Entertainment. “Besides loving our costumes, people put a lot of trust in us and in what we're doing.”
Dream Entertainment, organisers of Dream Weekend, team with Trinidad and Tobago's YUMA for their inaugural carnival road march. Estimates put the figure at 1,700 revellers.
Dunn is already looking at next year's staging.
“Next year will be amazing. Our numbers will grow as we'll be doing more international marketing as more packaging for patrons,” he said.
The Xodus road march began in Barbican, then headed down Hope Road onto Lady Musgrave Road, then Old Hope Road. The revellers then had lunch at ATL Automotive on Oxford Road before heading to Knutsford Road, then Trafalgar Road, on to Waterloo Road before making their way to West King's House Road and on to Constant Spring Road. The Xodus team then made their way to South Avenue and terminated on Waterloo Road, close to Devon House.
— Brian Bonitto

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