Mas Domnik 2018 hailed a success

A scene from Carnival Monday Street Parade

Discover Dominica Authority through the Dominica Festivals Committee applauds patrons of Mas Domnik 2018 for its success.

While the devastation suffered caused us to make adjustments to the scale of the celebration, the spirit of the Dominican public must be commended as it ensured a captivating and engaging celebration.

We thank the Government of Dominica and the Ministry of Tourism and Urban Renewal, the presenting sponsor for the financial support during these trying times, which allowed the citizens to celebrate our traditions at Dominica’s carnival. To FLOW Dominica and Dominica Brewery and Beverages Ltd., we express our sincerest thanks as you worked together with us in putting on a spectacular Carnival celebration.

To DBS Radio, Vibes Group of Companies, Kairi FM, Q-95 FM, Dominica News Online, The Chronicle and The Sun Newspapers, you ensured that all activities of the Real Mas 2018 came alive through your broadcasts, online and in print. For that we are grateful.

Special thanks to the private sector in organizing various event s that added to the festivities. To the Ole Mas bands, Costume Bands, Children and School Bands who participated in the parades, your contribution was invaluable. Thanks to Jade Romain Miss Dominica 2017 who continued to graciously represent us during this year’s celebrations.

To our partners, your usual collaboration ensured that all activities for the season were at the highest level; The Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force; Roseau City Council; DASPA; Alliance Francaise de la Dominique; EZ Barrel; Fine Foods Inc; Road Parade Committee, volunteers and all other persons who in one way or another assisted in making Mas Domnik 2018 the success that it was.

We look forward to your continued support beyond the Carnival season and as we plan for a spectacular Mas Domnik 2019.

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    February 23, 2018

    That was by best carnival ever to be quite honest .

  2. Faceup
    February 21, 2018

    What?? They call that broke looking Carnival a success?? Never should they have gone live on that to showcase to the world. Looked totaly depressing for my country with all that T- shirt. :cry:

  3. in these times
    February 21, 2018

    But we still accepting donations and relief supplies. Meanwhile we here partying and drinking. the country is still a horrible mess but we want to accept tourist like it is business as usual. Look at the state of the Bayfront. Much less for the rest of the island. Our priorities are all mixed up here. We are our own worst enemy.

    • The one and Only
      February 22, 2018

      It’s a couple days of a free up what’s your problem? Must we just work like slaves until it’s back to normal? And if tourist want to visit while the country in a mess, why would we turn them down? Business has to start at some point better sooner than later

  4. Dominican Passports
    February 21, 2018

    If that was a success I doh want to see allu failure

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