Sun | Sep 24, 2017

Ja Carnival back on Kgn's streets

Published:Tuesday | April 25, 2017 | 4:00 AM
National flag in hand, revellers dagger to soca during Sunday's Jamaica Carnival road march in Kingston.
Beenie Man performs for the Jamaica Carnival Road March crowd on Sunday.
A lovely lass with her staff pauses for a photo durimg Sunday's Jamaica Carnival road march in Kingston.
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia Grange (right) greets Jamaica Carnival's Julianne Lee.
Two pals share a secret during the Jamaica Carnival Road March.
A little girl gets the best vantage point to watch the Jamaica Carival road march on Sunday.
A scooter fit for three during Sunday's Jamaica Carnival Road March in Kingston.
Beenie Man (left) and Alison Hinds performing at the Jamaica Carnival road march on Sunday.

Jamaica Carnival returned to the streets of Kingston this year, attracting not only revellers but also spectators from the very young to the more mature, a dancehall and soca star, and even a government minister. The Gleaner's Jermaine Barnaby was on the road and captured it all on