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    Carnival events 2017

    http://www.aruba.com/sites/default/f...lendar2017.pdf
    http://www.aruba.com/search/site/carnival?page=1
    check out this link

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    i received this today from an Aruban friend


    Aruba Carnival Schedule 2017


    Carnival in Aruba is one of the most liked seasons in Aruba.
    This year is the 63rd edition of carnival in Aruba.
    In this carnival schedule you will be able to see all the…


    • Carnival events
    • Date & time
    • And the location, venue or route of all the parades

    Here’s what’s going on…

    14 January – Prins & Pancho
    On this day the key to Aruba’s carnival will be given to a selected Prince & Pancho (an Aruban name for two young men who open all carnival parades).
    This event promises to be full of laughter, because all participants have to entertain the crowd with a show about Aruba’s carnival in a funny way.
    So you will be hearing jokes and see hilarious costumes throughout the night.


    • Time: 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
    • Venue: Aruba Entertainment Center in Oranjestad.

    15 January – Balloon Parade
    Balloon parade is a children parade in San Nicolas.
    You will be seeing kids wearing cute costumes. There will be colorful balloons. Watch them jam and dance to music.
    Aruba’s balloon parade promises to be a beautiful display of our children in Aruba.
    If you happen to have kids take them here!

    • Time – 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
    • Route – Joe Laveist Sport Park – Pastoor Hendrickstraat – Caya Dick Cooper – Caya Captain R. Rodge – Lagoweg – Berhardstraat – Vuylestekestraat – Pastoor Hendrickstraat – Joe Laveist Sport Park.

    31 January – Pre-Final Caiso & Soca Monarch
    This is the biggest music festival during Aruba’s carnival season.
    The islands best musicians battle each other live on stage on this day and for 2 other consecutive nights (1-2 February) at pre-finals.
    The winner will be elected on 4 February at the Grand Final Caiso & Soca Monarch.
    What can you expect at this event?
    The best local foods and snacks. The newest carnival music. And amazing ambience.

    • Time Pre-Finals: 8:00 PM – 12:00 PM
    • Time Grand Final: 8:00 PM – 3:00 AM
    • Location: Carnival Village

    4 February Children’s Parade in Noord
    The children’s parade feature kids from schools, social clubs and also cute babies wearing different themed costumes.
    Expect to see vibrant colored balloons, adornments and road pieces.

    • Time 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    • Route: Bubali Commercial Center to Centro Di Bario Noord

    10 February – Queen & Mrs Carnival Election
    This is the night the Queen of Aruba’s carnival will be elected.
    Her role on this day forward is to lead all carnival parades. And she also has the duty to represent Aruba abroad during the entire year.

    • Time: 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM
    • Venue: Aruba Entertainment Center

    12 February – Grand Children’s Parade in Oranjestad

    The grand children’s parade is a bigger version of the children’s parade in Noord. In this parade you will notice more children, more groups and it will be prettier.

    • Time: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
    • Route: Avenida Milo Croes – Vondellaan – LG Smith Boulevard – Adriaan Lacle Boulevard – Wilhelminastraat

    16 February – Hebbe Hebbe
    Hebbe Hebbe is a go to event if you like to party at night.
    You can expect to hear Aruba’s best carnival tunes.
    There will be local snacks, drinks and great vibes available all in one place.


    • Time:8:00 PM – 1:00 AM
    • Location: Central Post Office in Oranjestad

    18 February – Jouvert Morning
    Jouvert morning is the only parade during midnight (and morning) hours.
    The carnival event is only for those who can get up during midnight.
    The dress-code on this morning is definitely pajamas!

    • Time: 4:00 AM – 9:00 AM
    • Route: Joe Laveist Sport Park, Pastoor Hendrikstraat – Caya Dick Cooper – Caya Captain H. Rodger – Lagoweg – Bernhardstraat – Vuylestekestraat – Pastoor Hendrikstraat – ends at Joe Laveist Sport Park

    18 February – Grand Lightning Parade

    Want to see spectacular artwork made of lights? Go to the lightning parade.
    This carnival parade promises amazing artwork on the costumes of carnival groups. All the carnival music trucks are decorated with TV screens and disco like lights.
    Lightning parade is going to be a night to remember after this years carnival season.

    • Time: 8:00 PM – 2:00AM
    • Location: Oranjestad, starting at the roundabout from Wendy’s – L. G. Smith Blvd. – Vondellaan and it ends at Banco di Caribe.

    19 February – Grand Children’s Parade in San Nicolas
    If you enjoyed the children’s parade in Noord. Or happen to miss out on it – this would be your chance to see it again.

    • Time: 2:00 PM -18.00 PM
    • Route: Joe Laveist Sport Park, Pastoor Hendrikstraat – Caya Dick Cooper – Caya Captain H. Rodger – Lagoweg – Bernhardstraat – Vuylestekestraat – Pastoor Hendrikstraat – Lagoweg – ends at Carnival Village

    19 February – Burning of Momito
    On this night a scarecrow like mannequin will be burned.
    This is an traditional act every year in Aruba during carnival in Aruba. Marking the end of the children carnival parade and the carnival season until now.

    • Time: 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
    • Location – Carnival Village

    24 February – Lightning Parade in San Nicolas
    If you enjoyed the lightning parade in Oranjestad. Or happen to miss the lightning show – you can see it again on this night.

    • Time: 8:00 PM – 2:00 AM
    • Route: Joe Laveist Sport Park, Pastoor Hendrikstraat – Caya Dick Cooper – Caya Captain H. Rodger – Lagoweg – Bernhardstraat – Dr. Schaepmanstraat – Pastoor Hendrikstraat – ends at Joe Laveist Sport Park

    25 February Carnival in San Nicolas
    This parade is one of the two biggest parades during the carnival season in Aruba.
    On this day you will see all carnival groups doing their best to show off there costumes, road pieces and dance moves.

    • Time: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
    • Route: Joe Laveist Sport Park, Pastoor Hendrikstraat – Caya Dick Cooper – Caya Captain H. Rodger – Lagoweg – Bernhardstraat – Dr. Schaepmanstraat – Pastoor Hendrikstraat – ends at Joe Laveist Sport Park

    26 February – Aruba’s Grand Parade
    This is the parade that you can’t miss out on. It’s going to be the biggest carnival parade in the Aruba carnival schedule 2017.
    This event boasts the best tunes, costumes and the best carnival vibes.
    If you could only go to one event during Aruba’s carnival season – it’s this one!

    • Time: 11:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    • Route: Starts at roundabout Wendy’s – L. G. Smith Blvd. – Vondellaan – ends at Banco di Caribe

    26 February Burning Of King Momo
    It is our culture and way of life to say good bye to yet another carnival season by burning the one and only King Momo.

    • Time: 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM
    • Venue: Harbour Arena, Oranjestad

    27 February Carnival Monday
    After more than a month of carnival your body needs at-least a full day to rest. This is the one day locals get to rest and restore the energy lost during the dancing, mingling with friends and family in Aruba’s hot sunny weather.

    Last edited by Andrea J.; 01-20-2017 at 10:44 PM.

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    Thanks Andrea!! Wow, talk about a lot of events, at least they are planned for the weekends. Interesting to note that as Carnival on Aruba is winding down, Carnival 2K17 will be at it's peak here in T&T. Hoping to spend a carnival season on Aruba one of these years. Money and rolled over vacation time permitting.

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    I really like the fact that the get the Monday(27th February)off, as a chance to recover from a whole weekend of events and such. In T&T we get no such thing, on Ash Wednesday it's back to school and work for everyone. Needless to say there are a lot of people missing from school and work who stayed at home to recover or they took the day to go to the beach(something of a Post Carnival tradition).

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