LEGACY Calypso is back with another night of nostalgia, which is sure to have you singing and dancing the night away, as the performers take you down memory lane.
On February 8, 2020, the biggest names in Looshan Kaiso will hit the stage of the National Cultural Center, to deliver their classics, amidst one of the most electrifying atmospheres in Saint Lucian entertainment. They include multiple calypso title holder and legendary calypsonian De Invader. Joining him on stage are former kings De Ashanti, Educator and Herb Black as well as former Soufriere Calypso King Almon, taking to the stage for the first time after many years. Former Soca Monarch Alpha will also be joining the “Legacy” cast.
Coming in to celebrate this Independence treat with their Saint Lucian family, are two of the region’s best.
Out of Barbados, Calypso Legacy Independence Edition presents, RasIley who won the Road March in his homeland in 1986 with “Spring Garden”. Another of his stellar hits “Inez” is also a favourite with the old school party crowd.
Coming in for this memorable journey as well, will be Explainer of Trinidad. Known for the immortal 1982 hit “Lorraine”, Explainer is expected to entertain with several of his other smashes including “Ras Mas”, “Miss Palmer”, “Wey Dey Say”, “Rasta Chick” and “Kindness.”
Calypso Legacy Independence Edition 2020 will also pay a special tribute to Lady Leen (who rocked the stage last year), celebrating 30 years in Calypso this year.
Traditionally, Calypso Legacy offers a few surprises on the night and this year will be no different, so you don’t want to miss it! The annual event has thrilled thousands over the last few years at the sold-out spectacle and already the demand for tickets is very high.
Calypso Legacy Independence Edition unfolds on Saturday February 8, 2020 from 8 p.m. at the National Cultural Centre, with indoor seating and the exhilarating outdoor setting and engaging ambiance. It is an event not to be missed!
Tickets cost EC$60 advance early bird and EC$70 regular.
This event is powered by FLOW with support coming from the Saint Lucia Independence Committee and sponsors KFC, SIXT and IBS Inc.