Champz of Steel+Plus replaces Champs In Concert, the Pan Trinbago post Carnival show on Saturday 20 February 2010, at the Queen’s Park Savannah,
Describing the event as “a euphoric experience of sight and sound featuring the most exciting, exhilarating, versatile instrument of the 21st century,” producer Ian Wiltshire added “there will be the best of Steel, Mas & Soca music from Carnival 2010 in mind-blowing spectacle of laser lights and sound.”
Heading the cast are all of Carnival 2010 Steelband Champions ie PCS Silver Stars, Steel Xplosion, Arima Golden Symphony, LH Pan Groove and the Junior Panorama winners.
Added attractions include George Bailey Band of the Year (Large) winner Brian Mac Farlane’s “Resurrection – The Mas” with the King and Queen of the Band, Junior Band of the Year (Large) winner Rosalind Gabriel’s Calypso Monarch Kurt Allen, Road March champion JW & Blaze of Palance fame, Queen of Carnival Rosemarie Kuru-Jagessar and Junior Calypso monarch Aaron Duncan.
Other “champs” carded to perform according to Wiltshire are Shurwayne Winchester, Divine Echoes, Bunji Garlin, Fay Ann Lyons and the Asylum Band, Gypsy and Lingo in an extempo war, Curtis Eustace as well as the Junior King and Queen of Carnival.
Tickets priced at $200. are on sale at Cleve’s, Crosby’s North and South, at Pan Trinbago’s Head Office and at the Queen’s Park Savannah Ticket Booth on the day of the show.
The three hour production brings down the curtain on Carnival 2010.
Think of Trinidad All Stars and Bomb competitions ..
[ Answer? ] Neville Jules, former leader and arranger of Trinidad All Stars, arranging the "Bomb" over the past 60 years.