National Cultural Foundation Crop Over Calendar 2017

A music of Barbados vignette featuring undisputed Queen of  Soca in Barbados and the Caribbean, Alison Hinds.

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Crop Over, co-ordinated by the National Cultural Foundation, is Barbados’ premier summer festival celebrated this year with official events May 6 – August 6. While  music and feting no doubt drives the festival, what makes it refreshing is the inclusion of visual art, literary art, dance and drama within the official calendar.

Get your Crop Over info for events, tickets, bands, media accreditation and other forms at the website HERE.  Read about Crop Over’s rich history HERE.

The National Cultural Foundation
West Terrace
St. James, BB23018
Phone: (246) 417-6610
Fax: (246) 424-0916

E-mail: NCF connect page Web:

Crop Over Festival Facebook Page

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