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Carnival Monday in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is deeply rooted in the country’s culture and traditions, combining African, European, and Caribbean influences. It is a time of revelry, music, dancing, vibrant costumes, and community spirit. On Carnival Monday, the streets of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines come alive with colourful processions, parades, and performances. Participants, known as masqueraders, don extravagant costumes adorned with feathers, sequins, and beads. They move to the rhythm of calypso, soca, and steelpan music, showcasing their choreographed dance routines and lively performances.