JA60 Independence Float & Street Parade – August 1, 2022

August 1, 2022 70 Views

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The Float and Street Parade is slated to return this year as a part of Jamaica’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations. The spectacle which comes with this exposition of Jamaican creativity will unfold in the streets of capital city Kingston on Emancipation Day – August 1, 2022 starting on Hope Road (in front of the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre) and ending at the National Stadium Car Park. The Parade will be a virtual pageant-on-wheels, echoing the Rastafarian inspired chant “Peace, Love and Unity”, intending to serve as the creative expression of the collective will and determination of the Jamaican people to re-ignite our efforts to rid our society of crime and violence. “Re-igniting a Nation for Peace and Love” is a significant response to the Tsunami of crime and violence plaguing the nation. In the context of the parade, its inspiring theme(s) will confront the forces of decadence by displaying a flipside, comprised of an array of achievement imagery, borne by the flotilla of spectacular floats, eye popping costumed groups and a range of exciting performing elements ================================ Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe. The Public Broadcasting Corporation of Jamaica or PBCJ carries as part of its programming: Coverage of events of National and Regional Interest Dissemination of Balanced News, Current Affairs, Information and Ideas on matters of general public interest. Website: https://www.pbcjamaica.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pbcjamaica Twitter: https://twitter.com/pbcjamaica Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pbcjamaica#Jamaica60#floatandstreetparade#pbcj#pbcjamaica

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