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Screen_Shot_2014-09-17_at_8.06.41_PMThe much anticipated 13th Annual Drum Fete is scheduled for Thursday at the Fort Cairns Plaza and promises to live up to its reputation with a series of dance presentations and the newest routines the Central Drum Corp has created for this year. Director of the Drum Corp, Eldred Neal, says members of the Central Drum Corp will put on a show that you don’t want to miss.

Eldred Neal – Director of the Drum Corp

“It’s no other place than Fort Carns Plaza, it is right behind the Town Hall and it start immediately after the news come Thursday 18th September on Centaur TV and Live on Fiesta Radio so for those of you who can’t make it out stick close to the television screen because we are going to be bringing you the treats of this year’s colours and sounds and of course what is to become the 21st day of September. Central drum corp. has been around for too many years long before I got here but I know this in fact is the 13th year of the Drum-Fete and it has been held at the Fort Carns Plaza so for those of you who have been a part of it and for those of you who will be the first time and interest you to come out and I really want to say kudos and a big thank you to my sponsors; Tropigas who always gives you more, Smart, Bringing People together, Old Maters Rum, the Spirit of Belize, Shell One Stop and of course your friendly Central Drum Corp, members and family.”

The action packed weekend will move unto the first ever Jouvert Orange Walk has ever seen. Jouvert is an annual tradition for Belize City revellers and this year the event will move to the north. Eldred Neal says all are invited to kick off the Independence Day celebrations with the sights, sounds and of course lots of mud, water and music jouvert.


Eldred Neal - Coordinator, Jouvert

“Folks we want you to get ready because Sunday the 21st day of September we open the Independence day with sugar City very own and the first of it kinds Jouvert come out and make some noise and for those of you who don’t know is only for the entire community to come together and lend support for the kid of festive season and we starting at 4:30 in the morning.”

Participants are asked to meet at the Town Hall, the Jouvert moves off at 5:00am.

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