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New day, new high for VI Tramp II [Slideshow Included]

Day two for this year’s Rise and Shine Tramp was definitely double the hype. Photo: Javon Liburd/VINO.
EAST END / LONG LOOK, Tortola, VI - Day two for this year’s Rise and Shine Tramp was definitely double the hype and double the fun, with rain pouring, music beating, hands in the air and careless wining, everyone enjoyed their last dance in town.

Even with less bands, day two was definitely one for the books, where persons were up and on the road from since 2 a.m., ready and waiting for the music to start then gyrating nonstop down the main road from Purcell to Road Town.

The tramp came to a stop at the Mill Mall, as a result of instructions coming from officers of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force, minutes after seven.

Now the major events of the emancipation festival that were scheduled to happen in town are over, persons will now travel to East End\Long Look for their festival and events.

Later this evening in the Moviene Fahie Festiville will be their International Soca and Reggae Show featuring local and regional artists including Mr. Vegas and his ‘Bruk it down’ dancers.


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