Monday 24 February, 2020

Campari Carnival: An unforgettable experience

Campari, the world’s most stylish drink, showcased the power of Caribbean culture with a takeover of all things carnival, serving up cocktails, vibes and excitement during Carnival in Jamaica’s Road March.

Uniting beauties from three Carnival hubs in the Caribbean, Rinelle Francis of Trinidad and Tobago, Lesley Chapman-Andrews of Barbados and Jamaica’s very own Shanice Allen, came together for an unforgettable experience with band Xaymaca

The Campari Carnival Queens feted along the roadways of Kingston, their costumes courtesy of Anna Guthrie’s “By Annaixe” attracting onlookers and feters alike, with bold Campari-red feathers and sparkling jewelled accents.

Campari’s presence was felt by all soca lovers from the Rumpari Cart, the Campari truck, and an immersive Campari tunnel, to a larger than life, come together moment featuring a live performance from soca superstar Kerwin Du Bois.

With their Campari mugs, rags and flags waving high, revellers united amidst a chorus of spirited energy to mark one of the most memorable events on the yearly calendar.

Here are the highlights

Campari carnival

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