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Culture on parade at King's House

Published:Thursday | August 6, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Dinki mini is one of our traditional dances and the Islington Dinki Mini Group was at their best in this folk form.
Gospel group URIM7 in performance at the Independence Parade commemorating the country's 53rd year as a nation.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller being escorted by Jamaica Defence Force Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Antony Anderson, at the Independence Parade at King's House yesterday, Independence Day.
Governor General Sir Patrick Allen inspects the guard of honour, furnished by the First Battalion, The Jamaica Regiment.
Members of the Massed Bands and the Corps of Drums of the Jamaica Defence Force in action.
2015 Festival Song winner Lee-Roy 'Ancient Priest' Johnson performs his song 'Celebration'.

Jamaica's proud culture was on show yesterday at King's House, where the Independence Parade was held in commemoration of the country's 53rd anniversary as an independent nation. It was part of a host of activities taking place on Independence Day. For those who could not make it, here's a peek into the parade.