Pic-O’-De-Crop monarch Ian Webster said thank you to his supporters and fans on Saturday afternoon.
The motorcade which included members of the Cave Shepherd All Stars Calypso Tent, travelled along Princess Alice Highway, Hincks Street, before heading onto Broad Street where members of the tent stopped for a brief meet and greet in front of the Cave Shepherd, where Webster signed autographs for excited fans.
The convoy then moved onto Enterprise Beach, Christ Church where it ended.
He told Bajan Vibes earlier this week that winning felt pretty good. He also said it has been “pretty hectic” but next year he will be looking to improve and that he will be “doing homework” and paying attention to “small things” to bring something more to the stage.
The Monarch said “thanks you” too all his supporters and asked that they continue to support him and Cave Shepherd All Stars.
Tent Manager Eleanor Rice said overall the tent this year was a better quality production and talent. She also said that the tents could have been better attended however “it was good” and she is hoping to bring a much better show next year.
She also expressed her thanks to everyone who came out and supported them during Crop-Over. (CJ)
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