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This event is the highlight of Crucian Christmas Carnival!  A beautiful display of Crucian culture, the parades feature troupes dancing through the streets wearing beautifully hand crafted, vibrant, feathery costumes.  From majorettes to moko jumbies, steel pan bands to fire dancers, the parades offer a unique chance for spectators to experience the magic, traditions, and…

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J’ouvert is celebrated in many countries throughout the Caribbean, including St. Croix, as part of Carnival celebrations. Meaning ‘dawn’ or ‘daybreak’ in French, this celebration is a huge tramp of people dancing in the streets behind calypso or soca bands. The festival starts well before dawn and peaks a few hours after sunrise. Anyone can join…

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Crucian Christmas Festival: Adult Parade

Come enjoy the Crucian Christmas Festival (Carnival). Dec. 8, 2019 – Prince and Princess Show Dec. 21, 2019 – Miss St. Croix Festival Queen Pageant Dec. 26, 2019 – Opening of the Festival Village Dec. 28, 2019 – Latin Night Dec. 29, 2019 – Cultural Night Dec. 30, 2019 – Reggae Night Dec. 31, 2019…

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The Crucian Christmas Festival (or Carnival) is a month long celebration incorporating modern day celebrations with standing traditions. Carnival takes place on many Caribbean islands at different times of the year, on St. Croix it starts in December and culminates the first week of January near Three Kings Day. These holiday traditions date back to…

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