Barbados’ Spice lead vocalist returns to “Brewster’s Road Crew” – Event now Upgraded To A True 24 Hour Soca Party For Barbados’ Crop Over 2010
Answering the plea from thousands of Bajans, Alan Sheppard has come back for Crop Over! The same posse who wowed the Globe Drive In will be assembled again, minus party poopers Dean Straker & Roger Foster, who stated they will not be performing again… It’s just 4 days before our second ever 24 Hour Soca fete. The event which is very special to us, first began during the Crop Over 2009 celebrations.
It was a concept we strongly believed in but faced some challenges in making it a reality.
In 2009, the event which is called “24” was all about validating the concept and what a great feeling it was for us, at 10 pm on Saturday, July 25th, 2009 when patrons were still standing in the venue begging for more of 24!
We are proud that 24 is a product born and bred in Barbados. We can say that Barbados has been able to successfully host the first ever 24 Hour Soca fete and no one can take that from us.
Uplifting Barbados, Crop Over, Soca music and the Caribbean is what we are all about. This year, the focus is on building 24 into a true 24 hour party that our supporters and patrons can enjoy at any period over the 24 hours from Saturday 3:00 am July 24 to Sunday 3:00 am on July 25.