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Call to update Foreday Jam

TRE GREAVES, tregreaves@nationnews.com

Added 05 August 2019


Revellers in a Foreday Morning band. (Picture by Reco Moore)

SOME FOREDAY MORNING JAM band leaders want the event to go in a different direction – literally.

They feel as though many of the registered revellers have grown tired of the “same old, same old”.

For many there were many things that went well for the popular event, such as the increased hours on the road, adequate lighting and heavy presence of the law enforcement and Barbados Defence Force personnel, which made Saturday’s event a success.

However, co-owner of Chocolate Army Barbados, Jason Parris and band leader of Culture Shock Tania White said more change was needed, starting with the route.  (TG)

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