Antiguan Culture on Display In Dance

Dance PerformancesAntigua St. John's - Antigua & Barbuda’s culture was on display Monday night as dancers, actors, singers, and cultural enthusiasts participated in a creative extravaganza dedicated to local folklore.

Folk Night/Heritage Night and Evening of Dance was one of the many events being held in honour of the nation’s 32nd anniversary of independence.

Held at the Multipurpose Cultural and Exhibition Centre, several dance groups entertained the audience, moving to the rhythm of drums in madras-themed costumes or traditional clothing depicting the Antiguan flag.

There was also an appearance by this year’s Junior Calypso monarch, seven-year-old Baby Eve, and the St Joseph’s Academy Glee Club.

This year’s independence activities are being held under the theme, “Antigua and Barbuda One Family: Celebrating With Pride, Vision and Integrity.”

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