The Ragga Soca and Soca Monarch competitions have been re-coupled this year.

The two premier Soca events will now take place on the same night once again after being separated and held on two different in 2023.

This was confirmed by the President of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Calypsonian Association Earl “Cabba” Bennett, during a press conference held at the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC)’s.

“We have the big show the biggest show for CDC, Soca Monarch and Soca Monarch comprises of Soca and Ragga Soca. I tend not to say Power Soca because that’s actually what Trinidadians use, we say Soca and Ragga Soca, they call Ragga Soca groovy Soca. You know last year Ragga Soca was twinned with Evo. So this year it has gone back to its rightful place on the Saturday night.” Mr. Bennett said.

The competitions, According to CDC’s Chairman Ricardo Adams at a press conference, were separated following complaints that the event is entirely too long.

The Chairman, last year, had also noted the toll that having the competitions in one night had on competitors who had to participate in both.

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