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Carnival Updates / News / Virgin Islands / January 7, 2019

The Crucian Christmas Festival Committee has released the winners for the 2018-19 festivities. Fusion Band and the Simply Sophisticated Fun Troupe continued their winning streak this year, according to information provided with the committee, with the Simply Sophisticated Fun Troupe winning best troupe with over 201 individuals for the 10th consecutive year.

Full details below:
Children’s Parade
Troupe (over 50)
Winner: Department of Education
Troupe (under 50)
2nd runner up: Sankofa Children’s Fun Troupe
1st runner up: Regal Dynasty Kids Carnival Troupe
Winner: Pearl B Larsen Festival Troupe
Winner: St. Croix Majorettes
Mocko Jumbies
1st runner up: Department of Education
Winner: Ricardo Richards School
Steel Pan
Winner: Lew Muckle Steel Orchestra
Adult’s Parade 
Floupe (100-200)
Winner: Gentlemen of Jones
Troupe (201 and up)
Simply Sophisticated Fun Troupe
Troupe (100 – 200)
Regal Dynasty
Troupe (under 100)
2nd runner up: Savage Festival
1st runner up: Ten Sleepless Knights, Inc
Winner: Lockhart and Associates
Mocko Jumbies
Winner: Guardian of Culture
Winner: West End Masqueraders
Steel Pan
Winner: Rising Stars Steel Orchestra
People’s Choice Award
Winner: Sexy Dance – Adam O
Road March
Winner: Go Ahead An Wuk Up -Fusion Band

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