Sugar Aloes thrills crowd at Iguana
Local Vibes
September 2, 2005
Sugar Aloes thrills crowd at Iguana

There have been times when Vincentians complained about having nothing to do entertainment wise. However anyone visiting our shores this past weekend would not get that impression.

All in one weekend there was the Heritage Drama Group out of Grenada at the Peace Memorial Hall which provided quality drama for the patrons lucky enough to catch them. {{more}}Then at the same time there was the raindated Emancipation Day rally at Heritage Square which featured several of our better artistes including reigning Kaiso Monarch Sulle Caesar and the Colette Jones Dancers.

That same Saturday evening, The Iguana Cultural Centre came alive with none other than Trinidad’s Sugar Aloes.

Aloes was in town just one month after his song twin the Baron had thrilled audiences at the same venue and was out to prove that he was the better man.

Aloes, backed by a group of very competent Vincentian musicians and the capacity audience lapped up every song and every minute of the evening.

Iguana has firmly established itself as a main center of great entertainment that locals look forward to. Good for our tourism here.