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Published:Tuesday | August 11, 2015 | 12:00 AM
A section of the large crowd that gathered for one of the daytime concerts at last week's 2015 Black River Day celebrations
Reggae singer Anthony Cruz entertains the audience.
Sisters in beauty (from left): Samoya Brooks, Toni-Ann Johnson and Nickay Stephens, who were spotted at the 2015 Black River Day celebrations, have three things in common – they like having fun, they are obviously beautiful, and they share the same mother.
From left: Mickalia Brown, Kamaria Thomas and Kedisha Henry take time out from their bartending duties at the 2015 Black River Day celebrations to pose for ‘The Gleaner’.
This youngster, who was among the thousands of patrons at the 2015 Black River Day celebrations, is so impressed with the paint job on her face that she has decided to take a selfie.
Donalee Trott, the events and projects manager for the municipality of Hamilton, in Bermuda, addressing patrons at the 2015 Black River Day celebrations in St Elizabeth.
The colourful float parade was one of the highlights of the 2015 Black River Day celebrations.
Black River’s Mayor Everton Fisher (centre) seems quite at ease with Donalee Trott (left), the events manager in the city of Hamilton, in Bermuda; and Bermudan rapper Imari, at the 2015 Black River Day celebrations.
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After just three years, the annual Black River Day celebrations is now arguably the most anticipated event on the social calendar in St Elizabeth. Patrons can't seem to get enough of the art, craft, food and music.

The Gleaner's photographer Paul Clarke was among the estimated 15,000 patrons, who turned out for the event last Friday. Today we give you a little 'Something Extra' as the events unfolded.