Restrictions announced for Savannah North Stand

Monday, January 18, 2016 - 00:00

The National Carnival Commission has announced limitations for the use of the North Stand for Carnival events.

The biggest event that the North Stand sees annually, takes place this Sunday - the Panorama Semi-Finals.

The following is a statement from the NCC:

"The National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago (NCC) advises of the following access limitations that will be in effect for all Carnival events at the North Stand of the Queen's Park Savannah for Carnival 2016.

These restrictions are necessary to ensure the health and safety of our patrons at events. They are as follows:

The maximum party cooler size allowed is 30 3/8" long x 17 1/4" high x 17 3/8" wide (metric). Coolers larger than this will not be allowed into the North Stand.

Patrons will not be allowed to cordon off/barricade or to erect any temporary edifice to the stand.

Only patrons with valid tickets will be allowed entry.

The Stand is limited to a maximum capacity of 7000 persons. Overcrowding will not be allowed.

We thank all patrons for their cooperation in this matter and we look forward to your support. For more information, persons are invited to contact the Commission at 622-1670/1718."