2014 Marks a Fresh Start for Atlanta Carnival
Atlanta Carnival Bandleaders Council (A.C.B.C.) takes a bold step to revitalize Atlanta Carnival experience
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Atlanta, GA (April 7th, 2014) ‘A brand new and revitalized Atlanta Carnival experience.’ This is the promise from the newly formed Atlanta Carnival Bandleaders Council (A.C.B.C.); a group that has taken the initiative to present the Caribbean culture in a new way to the city of Atlanta on Saturday May 24th 2014 from 11am-10pm at The Underground (50 Central Ave SW #007, Atlanta, GA 30303).
This event showcases the best of Caribbean culture including its pulsating steel pan and soca music, creative costumes and sumptuous foods. Attendees are guaranteed an action packed schedule of festivities including these marquee events:
- Official Press Conference- May 3rd,2014
- Parade of Bands – May 24th, 2014 at 11:00 a.m.
- Concert and Stage Show – May 24th, 2014 inside The Underground
- And numerous electrifying Carnival events leading up to the main attraction
For a full schedule of official Atlanta Carnival events, visit http://atlantacarnivalbc.com. Under the direction of Atlanta Carnival Band Leaders Council (ACBC), this year’s festivities boasts displays of costumes from over thirteen (13) of Atlanta’s most popular Carnival bands including Bachannalist, Dynamic Image, Impulse Mas, Inferno, Madd Colors, Madd Flava Da Movement, Mas Hysteria, Paradise Troupe, Panyarders, ThunderBirds, Trini Vibez, United Bajans, United for Haiti, Virgin Islands All Stars Majorettes and We Kinda Ting.
Attendees will also be privy to some of the Caribbean’s premium entertainers during the stage show including headliner Kerwin Du Bois (International Groovy Soca Monarch King), Farmer Nappy, Mr. Killa, Blaxx, Pumpa, Tian Winter, Tallpree, Baba Shanta, Request band, Jah Gambo, Imani and Bigga Haitian.
Limited early bird tickets for the concert and stage show are on sale now for only $10 available online at http://www.atlantacarnivalbc.com. Atlanta Carnival attracts thousands of spectators and revelers annually from across the world which creates many opportunities for vendors. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or vendor please visit the website or email ACBCvendor@gmail.com.
About Atlanta Carnival Bandleaders Council (A.C.B.C.) :
The mission of the Atlanta Carnival Bandleaders Council (ACBC) is to promote a broader understanding and a deeper appreciation of Caribbean culture among the Atlanta community by seeking the interest of carnival bands and steel bands, and using the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival as a vehicle for the promotion of Caribbean culture. http://atlantacarnivalbc.com
For media inquiries, please contact: Kevin Joseph/Marissa Williams ACBCpress@gmail.com