The official count down has begun. The 4th Annual Miami Broward Carnival is set for October 7, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. at Sun Life Stadium, Home of the Miami Dolphins,2269 Dan Marino Blvd., Miami Gardens, FL 33056. This event celebrates the pulsating steel pan and soca music, dazzling costumes, sumptuous foods and lively spirit of South Florida’s Caribbean and international community, with an action packed schedule of festivities including these marquee events:
· Junior Carnival – September 30, 2012
· Parade of Bands – October 7, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
· Concert and Stage Show – October 7, 2012 inside Sun Life Stadium
· And numerous electrifying Carnival events leading up to the main attraction
For a full schedule of official Miami Broward One Carnival events, visit www.MiamiBrowardCarnival.com.
Under the direction of The Miami Broward One Carnival Host Committee (MBOCHC) lead by Executive Director, Ruthven Williams, this year’s Carnival revelers and spectators will be stirred by flag-waving festivities celebrating the 15 countries of the Caribbean along with Latin American cultures woven into the colorful fabric of South Florida.
“The Pageantry of Mas Costumes, Steel Bands and the Host of Caribbean artist performing on Columbus Day weekend will only add to the excitement and enjoyment by all who attend this spectacular celebration .This year, as we commemorate the golden jubilee of both Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago’s Independence, we welcome all to South Florida for Miami Broward Carnival 2012” said Executive Director, Ruthven Williams.
Tickets for the concert and stage show are on sale now for just $20.00. Early bird tickets have already sold out. Children under 12 years old are free. Groups can also take advantage of a discount; with the Buy-4, Get-1-Free group discount. Though MBOCHC has not released official concert & stage show line-up yet, fans can expect a top-notch international line-up filled with Soca, Calypso, Chutney, and Reggae superstars. The official announcement will be made in August, and subscribers to Miami Broward Carnival Newsletter will be the first to know about it.