Caribbean Carnival Parade Returns!
ATLANTIC CITY — The city of Atlantic City will host its second annual Caribbean Carnival Parade on Saturday, July 21, beginning at noon on the north end of the Boardwalk and ending at Bader Field, with a show featuring reggae, steel drums, calypso, soca, limbo dancers and more.
Tri-State Caribbean Cultural Foundation President Anthony Logan and his Carnival Committee are grateful to have the support of Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford and his staff, who have made this multicultural festival possible, and are also looking forward to working with Atlantic City Convention and Visitors Authority President Jeff Vasser and his staff.
Early-bird general admission concert tickets are $40 and VIP tickets are $60. Lakes Bay Hotel at 8029 Black Horse Pike in Pleasantville is hosting a Flag Party on Friday, July 20, and an after-party on Saturday, July 21, beginning at 10pm. Tickets are $20 to each party and an all-event pass is $70. Proceeds will benefit the Winston (QT) Monroe Foundation, which helps sick children of the Caribbean. For tickets, accommodations or more info, click here, call 215-767-2824, or e-mail info@AtlanticCityCarnival2012.com See you there!