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Culture / Entertainment / News / Videos / Virgin Islands / January 10, 2018

ST. CROIX — The St. Croix Festival Committee along with sponsor Banco Popular on Tuesday announced the winners of this year’s festival parade during an announcement event held at Banco Popular’s Golden Rock branch. Blackest and the Fusion Band once again nabbed the Road March title, along with the People’s Choice Award for “We Shall Rise”. Simply Sophisticated Fun Troupe took the win for troupe with over 200 members, while Regal Dynasty won the 100-200 troupe members segment. Watch the video below or simply read the text.

Under 50 troupe winner: Pearl B. Larsen

Majorettes winner: St. Croix Majorettes

Floupe (100-200) winner: Gentlemen of Jones

Troupe (201 and up) winner: Simply Sophisticated

Troupe (100-200) winner: Regal Dynasty

First runner-up: D’People Band

Troupe (under 100) winner: TSK

1st runner-up: Rigidims

2nd runner-up: Department of Education

Float winner: VI Lottery

Individual winner: Bugs Bunny

Mocko Jumbies winner: Guardians of Culture

Steel Pan winner: University of the Virgin Islands

People’s Choice Award winner: We Shall Rise, featuring Blackest and the Fusion Band

Roadmarch winner: We Shall Rise, featuring Blackest and the Fusion Band


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