Trinidad and Tobago Kids Showcase Culture In Caribbean’s Premier Cultural Party

Posted on 25 February 2012 by The Florida Star Online

Before the adults hit the streets in an all out dancefest complete with African and Indian influences of one of the world’s most multi-ethnic nations, the children of Trinidad and Tobago took the stage to display culture, heritage and bright colors. Indigenous sounds of soca and steel pan drums were heard as children showcased national pride. Carnivalis one of the Caribbean’s most recognizable events which has spawned similar parades around the world including England, Canada and several US cities such as Miami and New York. (Photos by National Carnival Commission)

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