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The Sweet Soca finalists showing what numbers they drew to decide their order of appearance at Soca Royale on July 27 at the upgraded Bushy Park venue. (from left) Biggie Irie, Lorenzo, defending Sweet Soca Monarch Blood, Mistah Dale, Khiomal, Brett Linton, Mikey, Sanctuary (kneeling), Red Plastic Bag and Ian Webster.
Upgraded venue to enhance experience
By Marsha Gittens

The newly renovated venue at Bushy Park will bring a new look to the 2014 staging of Soca Royale.

This disclosure was made by Events Producer of Soca Royale, Adisa Andwele who explained that patrons and entertainers can expect an intimate setting for this year’s show.

“It is still a wide space but I mean in terms of the arena that we are going to create, it will have that sort of [intimate] vibe. But don’t think the Bushy Park from last year; it is a totally new laid out space that we are going into.”

He added, “The changes to Bushy Park make it a better venue for us. It is a more secure venue, it is laid out better [and] there are better parking facilities; there are better roads and everything. It is a better venue than the one that we used last year.”

Andwele was speaking to The Barbados Advocate following yesterday’s Motorcade from McEnearney Quality...

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