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Anguilla 1998 Carnival and Boat Races   Site Map   Click to enlarge pictures

Click to enlarge carnival Start planning your visit to Anguilla for Carnival and boat races this summer. Read all about last year's events. Carnival opens on Thursday, July 30th with a free show and fireworks at the Carnival village and continues with activities every day until August 10th. (See the Queen candidates.)

The opening ceremony, Boat races, Kids'Carnival and street dancing are free, but there is an admission fee for events at the Carnival Village (US$8-15, buy tickets at the door). The village is set up in Landsome Bowl in The Valley. Turn at the Anglican Church and go past the Valley Primary School.

July 31. Band-O-Rama Aug 3. Afrika Revisited Aug 7. Parade of Troupes
Aug 1. International Night Aug 4. Boat Race, Talented Teen Aug 8. Food Fair, Kids N'Karnival, Calypso Contest
Aug 2. Youth Nite. Aug 5. Boat Races. Calypso Monarch Aug 9. Champion of Champions Boat Race, Grand Finale
Aug 3. J'Ouvert Mornin. Boat Races Aug 6. Boat Races. Miss Anguilla Aug 10. Last Lap street dance

See How Carnival 98 Turned Out: Marissa Gumbs was crowned Miss Anguilla 1999. Click here for Music and Street Dancing, here for boat racing and contest winners, and here for stilt walking and Parade of Troupes,  Revised: March 17, 1999





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