Saturday, April 20, 2024

NIFCA Buzz in City


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THE NATIONAL CULTURAL FOUNDATION (NCF) created a buzz around the 40th edition of the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) with a flash mob in Broad Street, The City this morning.
Passers-by got a glimpse of what is to come through Music Will Play, DJ Simmons and the Louise Woodvine Dance Academy, which all featured prominently at last year’s festival.
The entrance to Rocker’s Alley, the balcony of Tim’s Restaurant and the street between Cave Shepherd and FirstCaribbean International Bank were temporary stages as the acts created the mid-morning stir.
The semi-finals of the Performing Arts competition continue at Combermere School tonight, tomorrow, Sunday and Monday at 6 p.m..  (YB)

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