Patrons were entertained by different folklore groups from throughout St. Kitts, including the Huggins Masquerade of Basseterre, the Green Valley Bull troupe, Malcolm Mummies from Tabernacle and the Clowns and Mocha Jumbies from Sandy Point.
The parade started in Cleverly Hill and proceeded down the Island’s Main Road. It then turned down what is called “the Low Way” in Sandy Point and up onto Fahie Street and back onto the Island’s Main Road. The procession ended at what is called “the Hard Court” or “Sandy Bank”.
The troupes in attendance were “Wuk De Land (adult) and Sailing Time (children) from Banker’s Mass Camp and “The Essence of Black San” from Young Revelers Mass Camp (Delonte Lewis).
The Kollision Band played its pulsating tunes for the “Wuk De Land” troupe and the Small Axe Band kept the “Essence of Black San” troop gyrating.
The atmosphere at the parade was very energetic and many revelers grabbed the opportunity to dance behind of, in front of, or alongside their favourite band.
The night ended with the Kollision Band playing its heart out as fans partied the evening away at “Sandy Bank”.
Black San’ Bang a Lang will bring down the curtains on its festivities on Sunday 7th April at Pump Bay with its “Family Fun Day”.