Thursday 23 January, 2020

WATCH: Barbadian culture comes alive as NIFCA goes 'Pun De Road'

A still from the video of NIFCA 'Pun De Road'.

A still from the video of NIFCA 'Pun De Road'.

The National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) recently took to the streets to showcase Barbadian culture, declaring its slogan to locals and visitors alike - 'The Tradition of Excellence Continues'.

Dancing, singing, poetry and a range of other performances serenade crowds as the NIFCA bus 'Pun De Road' moved from Bridgetown through to Warrens.

Cheapside was the departure point for this colourful ride, as the sounds of drums permeated the street as the Haynesville Community Group started off the entertainment segment.

There were pit stops at Scotiabank, Cave Shepherd and Heroes Square, before a 'Travel time to Warrens' - all of which brought Barbadian culture alive as artiste showcased their talents.

Take a look at the video to see for yourself.

 

 

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