These trees threatened to throw apples at those they encountered at Carnival on Thursday. Their perfect Somewhere Over the Rainbow costumes drew much fanfare and their spooky voices and perfect dialog put them over the top.
The Provincetown Police check out the murder scene of the Wicked Witch of the East at Provincetown’s Somewhere over the Rainbow Carnival on Thursday.
We had so much fun in the parade again this year! With about 100,000 people in town, Carnival is a huge celebration and the parade is the center of the fun! Check out our Cape Colony Inn group marching in the parade!
We had such a great time at Carnival this year with all the gods and goddesses! This celebration saw about 100,000 people hit Ptown for the parade and a week of fun. Check out a few of our favorite pics!
Anne Steele’s amazing song, “Love Can Take Us There,” has been chosen by the Carnival committee as the theme for this year’s celebration. The song is an uplifting and exciting dance song that reflects the beauty and energy of life and happiness. The song is available on iTunes TODAY, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the One Orlando Fund.
“I was devastated by the tragedy at the Pulse nightclub and I knew I had to do something to help the victims and their families. So, what could I do? Well, i have a lot of friends in the music business and I knew the best way that I could give back was to write and record a song. I reached out to 2 OUT and accomplished songwriters from Nashville, Shane Stevens and Stephony Smith, and we immediately got to work. We have since written and recorded a song called “Love Can Take Us There”. I thought it was very important to have it be an uplifting dance song for many reasons. One, because I think its important to focus on the love and the outpouring of support that has followed this tragedy. The coming together of the community has been a beautiful thing to watch. Two, because so often in the gay community we feel like outsiders yet we can go to a club or bar and feel safe and surrounded by acceptance. Those victims were dancing and celebrating when they were taken from us and I think its important to keep that spirit alive on the dance floor. The song will be a loving reminder that love can help heal us all. “ – Anne Steele
We had an amazing time this year at Carnival in Provincetown! There were thousands of superheroes that hit the town and cast their super powers over exciting Ptown. The Cape Colony Inn had a presence in the parade along with local and national celebrities like Bruce Vilanch, Miss Richfield 1981, and Caroline Rhea.
Take a look at our video of photos that shows a lot of the fun and laughs from the day! Stay tuned for more information about next year’s Carnival events.