Miami Broward Carnival Remains Set
Miami Broward Carnival remains set for Sunday, October 9, 2016 at Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds
SOUTH FLORIDA – The Miami Broward Carnival One Host Committee (MBOCHC) has made some scheduling changes to this year’s events due to impending severe weather expected from Hurricane Matthew on Thursday and Friday.
“Public safety is our number one priority”, says Miami Broward Carnival One Host Committee.
Miami Broward Carnival Event Changes
- The “Food Truck Invasion” event (previously scheduled at 12 PM, Friday, October 7, 2016) at Central Broward Regional Park has been cancelled.
- The Miami Broward Carnival’s King & Queen and Panorama will now take place on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 3 pm -11 pm at Central Broward Regional Park (3700 NW 11th Pl, Lauderhill, FL 33311) immediately following MBC’s official J’Ouvert.
- Patrons who have tickets for Friday, will be honored for Saturday entrance into the King & Queens/Panorama event ONLY at 3 PM. Tickets bought for Panorama will not be accepted for entry to J’Ouvert Saturday from 7 AM – 3 PM. All tickets can be purchased on www.miamibrowardcarnival.com.
- The Miami Broward Carnival official J’Ouvert will remain as scheduled at Central Broward Regional Park from 7 am – 3 pm.
Attention all revelers and masqueraders! No need to fear; Miami Broward Carnival is still here!
Miami Broward Carnival 2016 Conference Call
Miami Broward Carnival 2016 Mas bands and promoters, join community stakeholders for an update on Thursday, October 6th at 6pm. Call 605 477-2100 Access Code: 1061768#
In addition, the Miami Broward Carnival Parade of Bands and Concert will remain as schedule and planned on Sunday, October 9, 2016 at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds (10901 SW 24th St, Miami, FL 33165).
Please continue to check their website www.miamibrowardcarnival.com, Twitter and Instagram: @MiaBroCarnival and Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MiamiBrowardOneCarnival for more updates.
The Miami Broward Carnival is committed to announcing any decision to change operations to provide their patrons with sufficient planning lead time.
Public safety is their number one priority when making weather decisions about this year’s Carnival activities. “We urge all patrons to be safe while gearing up for the storm to ensure a fun and safe Carnival weekend”.