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Taste of Crop Over

PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart (right), Minister of Culture Stephen lashley (left) and chairman of the National Cultural Foundation, Monique Taitt, enjoying  the performance from king Mikey.

Tue, November 27, 2012 - 12:03 AM

A TEASER for Crop Over 2013 has been released.

A Crop Over Preview show, free Opening Gala, Pan in De City and Cruise, pan yard limes and more workshops are among new items set to debut next year.

Stakeholders of the Sweetest Summer Festival, who were feted at Hilton Barbados yesterday morning, got an early glimpse of what is in store for them in eight months’ time.

Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley said next year’s Crop Over would seek to build on the “phenomenal success” of 2012.

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