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Kiddies Carnival - Sun Aug 18,2019

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FACE MASK Cruise - Fri Aug 23, 2019

Jouvert - Sat Aug 24, 2019

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Cumm Cross Production (Barbados)

D Midas Int. Boston (Trinidad)

Dynasty Production (Trinidad)

D’ Horizons (Trinidad)

Jab Jab Boston (Grenada)

Imas International (Barbados)

Mudd Band (Trinidad)

Mas Players (Trinidad)

Mirage Mas (Barbados)

Unity Sports & Cultural Assoc. (Caribbean)

Soca & Associates (Trinidad)

SocaHolics (Barbados)

Trinidad & Tobago Social Club (Trinidad)

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Boston's Trinidad style Carnival: Founded in 1973 by Ken Bonaparte Mitchell 1942-2008

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OUR MISSION: Everything we do is driven by love of culture and sharing it with the world. Welcome to the gateway to the Caribbean community and official home of Boston's Trinidad Style Carnival. Here, you connect to all things Caribbean - Organizations, Restaurants, DJ's, Steel bands, Events calendar, Community radio stations, and links to events associated with the annual Trinidad Style Carnival, such as: Mass Camps, Parade Band Launchings, SOCA Fetes, Concerts, Art Galleries and Ticket Giveaways. And yes, our annual signature event Face Mask Jouvert Cruise around Boston Harbor - SOCA, Calypso, a rhythm section, Caribbean catered cuisine and Caribbean adult beverage available.

Face Mask, designed to spotlight the spirit of Trinidad and Tobago Carnival and Culture.

Did you recently relocate to Boston, a surrounding town or just visiting? Boston Carnival Village Foundation. is a wonderful resource. Enjoy! -

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East Culture Arts Inc. group parading in Boston's Trinidad style Carnival parade 2018 Masquerader in Worcester Carnival 2017

SOCA artist VOICE touched down in Boston again! And mashed up the place again!. We were fortunate to catch a few minutes with him post performance. Find out what we learned -


Massachusetts first black congress woman Ayanna Pressley at Boston's Trinidad style Carnival 2018 SOCA Artist Voice in Boston 2018


The book is meant to highlight the culture of a Trinidad style Carnival here in Boston over the last 20+ years.  – If you have knowledge of the early years of Boston Carnival,  I really need your input.

Trinidadian national’s wherever they reside tend to start a carnival. And here in Boston that tradition continues. This book is my attempt at creating a document that should tell future generations, the who, what, when, where, and why this great Trinidad and Tobago cultural tradition began, by whom and who contributed.

The stories will add to the richness of Caribbean Culture here in New England.

Share your story, text “book” to 617.512.7803

Gunniess Girls with president of the Boston Carnival Associaton, Boston Carnival 2018 Mrs. Shirley Shillingford