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About Our Band
The Party Room Squad was founded in 1995 by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Montes Jr. The Party Room Squad’s mission is to introduce, educate and promote the Caribbean Carnival to the younger generation in the neighborhood and to preserve the Caribbean Carnival’s traditions that were slowly eluding our new adopted culture.
The Party Room Squad assures that it emphasizes to its masqueraders the possibility of the global reach that can be obtained; that the historical roots are maintained; and a multiracial patrimony is developed to protect the Caribbean Carnival’s standing in the community. While emphasizing the history of the Caribbean Carnival, the younger generation is exposed to the different views and cultural aspects that would be unavailable to them if not for their participation with The Party Room Squad. The younger generation is tasked to be creative and become the central focus of our current achievements. At the beginning of the Carnival season, some of the younger members of the Party Room Squad work as a team to determine the theme, colors and budget for the upcoming Caribbean Carnival Parade.
As a masquerading band, we understand both the social and the historical aspects of the Caribbean Carnival. By uniting the different age groups in the formation of teams, we create a unique Carnival culture. Information is passed on to the younger generation through mentoring, teaching and by restoring the legends of the Caribbean Carnival back to the community at large. All this will allow for the culture of the Caribbean Carnival to foster, grow and maintain itself as the spectacular showcase that it is now.
2018 Band Portrayal
Name of Bandleaders – Carl & Micha Montes | Phone:305-625-0492 | Email: partyroomsquad@gmail.
Mas band Address is 5138 NW 194 Lane, Miami Gardens FL 33055
Band DJ’s : Warbeezy, Teamkelz, Youngchow
About Our Junior Band
Natural Disasters portrayal in 2018 is Let’s Wave
Carol Antoine & Omar Buddington at 954-895-3469 & 954-773-1456. Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The Miami-Broward One Carnival Host Committee is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing a safe, family festival in South Florida and outlying areas, fostering community pride and civic involvement, and providing critical opportunities to the Caribbean people in South Florida to share the Caribbean culture, promote cultural exchange and build economic cooperation in the multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment of South Florida.Miami-Broward One Carnival Host Committee is the organization formed with representatives of two separate Caribbean Carnival organizations – Miami Carnival Inc. (founded in 1999) and Broward Caribbean Carnival Inc. (founded in 2005). Miami Carnival – an event that began in 1985 – has been held at various locations in Miami-Dade County every year since then. Broward Carnival – an event that started in 2003 – was held at various locations in Broward County every year until 2008. In 2009, the two organizations negotiated a Management Agreement which allowed for one Carnival to be held in Miami and Broward. The Kiddies Carnival is held in Broward in 2009. The two organizations came together under the name “Miami-Broward One Carnival Host Committee”; four representatives from both organizations were appointed to the Board. Articles of Incorporation for the new organization were filed and Bylaws were approved. After the 2011 Carnival, it was agreed that all Directors of the two umbrella organizations would be appointed to the Board. After the 2011 Carnival it was also agreed that the name of the Carnival would be changed to Miami Broward Carnival.
The Miami Broward One Carnival host Committee is a non-profit organization dedicated to producing a safe family festival and multi-cultural programming in an artistic atmosphere in South Florida, fostering community pride and civic involvement among persons of Caribbean-American descent, while promoting cultural tourism for economic development in South Florida.