No Parade for Atlanta Carnival 2021
But we Jamming Still!
Meet us at the Carnival Village in Costume
We Present to You Our Atlanta Carnival Section
Covid -19 Update
In light of the worldwide pandemic, along with the guidance from our state and local government we regret to inform you that the Atlanta-Dekalb Carnival Parade will not be held but instead we will still have our annual carnival village on May 29th 2021.
Unfortunately we are unable to issue refunds as the deposits were used to procure the materials and other supplies for your costumes and carnival experience.
Masqueraders can choose to pick up this years costume and attend the Carnival Village or choose a credit for 2022 Carnival costumes. We thank you for your continued support and understanding. A 25% off will be applied to all costumes even ones paid in full. Updated invoices will be sent out on May 7th 2021. Feel free to email us with any questions.
We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Do you have questions or concerns?
Are you looking for something not in our shop?
Drop us a line and let us know.
We will get back to you as soon as possible with an answer.
Jam It Mas was founded by Designer Phylicia Seck aka Ceia and Musical Artist Royland Isaacs aka Dead-Li.
Jam It Mas was created to educate people about our Guyanese culture. Often Guyana is over looked as a South American country. Although this is true, Guyana is the only Native English speaking country in the continent. For that reason and the country's strong cultural, historical and political tides to surrounding Caribbean countries, Guyana was inducted into the Caribbean community; Caricom.