National Carnival Queen Pageant three weeks away

National Carnival Queen Pageant three weeks away

(PRESS RELEASE) — After a spectacular sashing of the National Carnival Queen Contestants on May 19 and now three weeks away from the National Carnival Queen Pageant, eight beautiful and amazing ladies prepare to take the stage on July 5, 2019.

The Ramp on Rodney Bay, an ideal venue, will give patrons an ambiance most suitable for this prestigious event. Patrons can expect an atmosphere and event of majestic splendor, from the VIP setting to the crowning of one of the brilliant contestants – Arisa Denis, Miss Crystal Clear; Jeanneal Fontenelle, Miss Vybe Radio; Naomi St. Remy, Miss Massy Stores; Jhaka Wooding, Miss Piton Beer; Justinian Charles, Miss MBC; Shirliana Lamontagne, Miss Sugar Beach – A Viceroy Resort, Timiqua Deterville Miss Hot 7 TV, and Wenia Verneuil, Miss Laborie Cooperative Credit Union.

Sharing her thoughts, Marketing & Sponsorship Officer of Events Saint Lucia, Leila Williams, commented, “Every year, we have the pleasure of working with an exceptional group of young ladies who all strive to do one thing – give of their best. It’s always amazing to witness their transformation from the audition to the final competition – they become more confident, are able to handle themselves in unfamiliar settings, understand and master time management and sharpen their social skills. While the ultimate goal of the competition is to reward a final winner with the crown, the young ladies walk away with life skills that they can use during any phase of their lives and this is the real prize.”

Lavelle Du Boulay, Events Officer assigned to Saint Lucia Carnivalm weighed in commenting, “ With the expectation of a great showing, we are ensuring that the production value and quality of all of national events for Saint Lucia Carnival will continue to live up to the standard expected from our patrons.”

Tickets for the National Carnival Queen Pageant cost $120 for general admission and $200 for VIP and can be purchased at Steve’s Barbershop and The Cell Outlets island-wide.

The National Carnival Queen Pageant is set to begin at 8pm on July 5 and the public is advised that there will be no tickets sold at the venue.

Events Saint Lucia, in collaboration with Cultural Development Foundation, invites the public to come out and support their favorite contestant. Saint Lucia Carnival – Nothing Sweeter Than That!


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  1. I've traveled and lived in many continents and countries and really must say, St Lucian women are the most beautiful in the world. Good luck on the NCQP to you all, and no matter the outcome you all are winners in our eyes.


  2. I want to line each one up and eat she raw non stop for hours till she kicking like a wounded mule....


    • I concur i was contemplating whether i should bring my lady to the show. When i got a rude awakening from the ticket price. I guess it's for a certain section of society now


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