Caribbean Carnival of Manchester is very pleased to announce this year’s carnival theme of Bacchanal.
So, what is Bacchanal? According to Merriam Webster’s online dictionary, 2017, Bacchanal is: A reveller, devotee of Bacchus, one who celebrates the Bacchanalia.
Therefore, what is Bacchanalia?
Again, according to Merriam Webster’s online dictionary, 2017, Bacchanalia is: A festival of Bacchus celebrated with dancing, song, and revelry.
A full Caribbean Carnival of Manchester 2017, ‘What’s On’, line up, will be released in due course, but we are pleased to make a few early announcements.
Carnival 2017 is set to start on Sunday 6th August 2017 with a spectacular King, Queen, Prince and Princess show in the city – full details to be confirmed.
The main carnival weekend begins as usual with J’ouvert Morning on Saturday the 12th August, at 6am, brought to you by Daddy Sydney and the Jam Session movement.
Then, at around mid-day on Saturday 12th August, the spectacular carnival parade will take place for 3 hours. View the carnival route on our interactive street map; zoom in or click on a marker to choose a great viewing point.
The park will be open with lots to eat and drink from 12 mid-day, until 9pm in the evening. There will be lots to do and see, as always. The entertainment includes a host of live music stages, including the fantastic Red Bull stage.
On Sunday the 13th August, there will be more live music and fun in the park, including the new Yorkshire West Indian Carnival Network Cultural Stage.
To take part in the carnival parade please contact 07827 410 646 or 07985 400 384.