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.
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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

camera.