Bacchanal unveils costumes tomorrow

Friday, November 16, 2018

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Bacchanal Jamaica will give partygoers a first look at their exotic 2019 carnival costumes at A-List Soca Fete scheduled for the Hope Zoo in St Andrew on Saturday.

Nicholas Franklin, co-director of the Bacchanal Jamaica, said the entity put together a top-rated design team from the region to create an array of the most beautiful costumes.

“This year's costumes are truly incredible and the theme, Invictus, is all about revellers getting the most out of life and celebrating the warrior within each of us. It speaks to taking time out with your 'army' of friends to enjoy unique experiences like Bacchanal,” said Franklin.

The co-director said Bacchanal Jamaica will again raise the bar with its offerings.

“We really are focused on the discerning carnival lover. Bacchanal 2019 aims to be the most customer-centric, ultra-premium, all-inclusive mas band ever. For those who want the complete carnival experience better than anywhere in the Caribbean, but with that special all-inclusive care that we have pioneered, Bacchanal is the band for you,” he said.

DJs charged with providing the music for this premium event includes DJs King Taj, Lantern MD, Cyclone, and Tyler.

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