THE MANAGEMENT OF Xhosa Barbados has apologised to its patrons following a bitter-sweet Grand Kadooment.
The band started the season on a positive note by carrying out a charitable exercise and later putting on a spectacle at its band launch.
Xhosa also copped a number of prizes including Most Colourful Large Band and Best Party Band on Monday.
However, the experience was marred by a number of challenges including delays in handing out costumes, poor communication and food and drink shortages on the road.
During a press conference today, band leader Jeremy Nicholls addressed many of the concerns and said each member would receive a personal apology.
He said patrons’ feedback would be taken into consideration as the band regrouped for 2018. (TG)
By Tre Greaves