Editorial Staff
5 months ago

Editorial Staff
5 months ago

The ABFC unveils logo, theme, and schedule of events for the 42nd Independence celebration.

The Ministry Creative Industries has announced the official Logo, Theme, and Schedule of Events for the 42nd Anniversary of Antigua and Barbuda Independence Celebrations.

The Antigua Barbuda Festivals Commission (ABFC) oversaw the competition for the theme, which received widespread support from Antiguans and Barbudans worldwide.

The winning theme “Embracing the Legacy, Shaping the Future” emerged from Ms. Chaneil Imhoff of Avada Digital.

This year’s independence celebration promises to be vibrant and memorable, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and achievements of Antigua and Barbuda.

The theme embodies the spirit of the nation, highlighting the commitment to preserving the cultural heritage and forging a path toward continued growth and development.

The celebration will honor the achievements of the past while looking ahead to the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow.

Daryll Matthew, the Creative Industries minister, expressed his congratulations to Nigel Francis of Takumi Media for designing a dynamic logo reflecting the energy and dynamism of Antigua and Barbuda.

A diverse range of activities has been carefully planned to engage citizens and visitors throughout the independence celebrations from October 23 to November 01, 2023.

The ABFC is committed to ensuring all activities adhere to health and safety protocols to protect participants and attendees.

Detailed guidelines will be provided to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone involved.

The 42nd Independence Celebration is a testament to the resilience of the Antiguan and Barbudan people, which will provide a platform to showcase our talents, achievements, and cultural diversity to local and international communities.


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