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$7m budget for Carnival

THE government will spend about $7m to host this year’s Junkanoo Carnival, Bahamas National Festival Commission Chairman Paul Major told The Tribune yesterday.

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‘No headline act’ will feature in this year’s Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival

THIS year’s Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival will not feature a headline act, multiple officials confirmed to The Tribune yesterday.

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THE BIG QUESTION: What would YOU do to improve Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival in 2016?

What would YOU do to improve Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival in 2016?

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Minister hopes Carnival report out next week

THE revenue and economic impact figures for Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival will “hopefully” be released next week, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr Danny Johnson said yesterday.

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Police say 90,000 attended Carnival

AN ESTIMATED total of 90,000 people attended this month’s inaugural Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival events in New Providence, according to official police statistics.

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CARNIVAL FEVER: Organisers hail a 'cultural revolution'

AN “unprecedented” number of people descended upon Clifford Park, the Western Esplanade and Arawak Cay to participate in the inaugural Junkanoo Carnival events between Thursday and Saturday, completing what officials say will become a permanent fixture on the Bahamian calendar that will jumpstart the country’s cultural economy.


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