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Ready for pure soca on the Hill

SHERRYLYN TOPPIN, sherrylynclarke@nationnews.com

Added 21 July 2019

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Thousands came out to enjoy this year's FLOW Soca On The Hill at Farley Hill. (Picture by Reco Moore)

Thousands are at Farley Hill National Park in St Peter for the annual staging of FLOW Soca On The Hill.

Wearing the latest fashions and toting their coolers and packed lunches, people began arriving in the afternoon ahead of an evening of spectacular soca entertainment.

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Some of the island’s finest DJ’s are in the line-up to keep the crowds rocking between performances, including Big Red, Scot Le Roc, Dave Smooth, Indian and Chris Gayle, Surf Rat and Menace and Salt.

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Marzville and Ashawyna have already performed, but still ahead are Patrice Roberts, Nadia Batson, Mr. Killa, Skinny Fabulous and Barbados’ own Lil Rick, Edwin Yearwood, Bashment kings SK and King Bubba FM, Leadpipe and Saddis, and Jus D, among others.

The party is expected to go to 9 p.m. (SAT)

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