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Crucian Christmas Organization Releases Festival Village Schedule

The Crucian Christmas Festival Organization has released the Festival Village schedule. The Village opens Thursday, Dec. 24 and closes Sunday, Jan. 4. Opening ceremonies are at 6:30 p.m. All other nights, the Village will open at 7 p.m.

Here is the schedule:
Thursday, Dec 24
— 6:30 p.m. Opening Ceremony
— St Croix Majorettes
— The Rising Stars Steelband
— Stanley and the Sleepless Knights
— Triple K – from Dominica
— DJ Babzy – Dog Heart Sounds
Friday, Dec 25
— Heart Attack Band
— Onion and the 3 Cylinder Band – from Antigua
— DJ Will & Sniper
Saturday, Dec 26
— Outta Limits Band
— Lil Rick- from Barbados
— The World Famous Xpress Band
— DJ Johnny the Ambassador
Sunday, Dec 27
— Sabor Latino Band
— Liquid Sounds Band
— Los Saborsos del Merengue – from Puerto Rico
— DJ La Fuerza
Monday, Dec 28
— St. Croix Heritage Dancers
— Educational Complex Band
— Creole Dancers – from St. Lucia
— Open quadrille dancing
— Crucian Rhythm Band
— DJ Wade
Tuesday, Dec 29
— Evolution Band – St. Thomas
— Digital Band – St. Croix
— Jam Band – St. Thomas
— DJ Chev
Wednesday, Dec 30
— Reggae Night
— Reggae Bubblers
— Pinchers – from Jamaica
— Black Star Band
— Mr. Vegas – from Jamaica
— DJ Pops
Thursday, Dec 31
— Fusion Band
— Problem Child- from St Vincent
— Stylee Band
— DJ Joey
Friday, Jan 1
— Stroka band
— JDPP-from St. Thomas
— Encore Band- from St. Thomas
— DJ Lion King
Saturday, Jan 2
— The Mighty Pat
— King Galloway
— King Derby
— Lord Nelson – from Trinidad
— Daddy Jones and Crew featuring Pumpa
— UMB Soldiers
— DJ Pops
Sunday, Jan 3
— Party Monarch Competition
— Band-O-Rama Competition
— DJ Porter
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