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Carnival Parade - Sat Aug 25, 2018


Cumm Cross Production (Barbados)

D Midas Int. Boston (Trinidad)

Dynasty Production (Trinidad)

D’ Horizons (Trinidad)

Funaddix Boston (tbd)

Imas International (Barbados)

Mudd Band (Trinidad)

Mas Players (Trinidad)

Mirage Mas (Barbados)

One Love (Jamaica)

Soca & Associates (Trinidad)

SocaHolics (Barbados)

Trinidad & Tobago Social Club (Trinidad)

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Past Presentations

2017 - tbd

2016 -  No presentation

2015 - FREEDOM

2014 - Love United

2013 - Gods and Goddesses/Heaven & Earth

2012 - Out of Africa

2011 - Old to the New ( T-shirt )


Imas Boston: I-Mas is dedicated to promoting empowerment of people, preservation of Caribbean tradition and respect for cultural diversity. Through community engagement we seek to be the teachers of authentic Caribbean carnival traditions and a provider of leadership and guidance to the youth in the community costumes from scratch, providing entertainment services, coordinating cultural advocacy, and generally promoting appreciation and participation in Caribbean culture - all are goals of I-Mas.

This band is no longer involved in the carnival as of 2016