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NCC Statement on Iwer Concert at Carnival City

Port of Spain, Trinidad: Monday, February 28, 2022: The National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago (NCC) wishes to advise the public of its ongoing commitment to comply with all Government’s official directives and Public Health COVID-19 guidelines, as they relate to events staged at Carnival City, Queen’s Park Savannah.

In that regard, throughout A Taste of Carnival 2022, the Commission has spared no effort in ensuring that all patrons have been able to celebrate the Season safely and responsibly, adhering to all official mandates and guidelines.

To that end, in debunking any social media hype of an authorised street parade, rumoured to be scheduled for after this evening’s concert, the Commission wishes to advise the public that it has every expectation of safe and responsible behaviour before, during, and after Neil “Iwer” George’s concert, which is confirmed for 5 p.m. today, Monday February 28th, at the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah.

To that end, all of the Commission’s compliance resources will be on full alert in order to ensure the safety and security of all patrons.

Further, the Commission is confident that today’s concert will follow on in the vein of the hugely successful Voice and Sekon Sta concerts, both of which were recently staged at the Grand Stand, and both of which were executed quite creditably, in terms of entertainment value and compliance with guidelines and regulations.

In working closely with Mr. George, the Commission again seeks to make it clear to all members of the public that all compliance protocols have been agreed upon, and today’s event will operate responsibly and within all official health and safety parameters.

The NCC wishes Mr. George and all the patrons attending today’s show, a successful, safe, and memorable experience as our guests at Carnival City.