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A thrilling battle between the choreograph dancers from the major Junkanoo groups and a face-off between the Royal Bahamas Police and Defence Force bands drew hundreds of spectators to Arawak Cay over the weekend for the second week of Junkanoo Summer Festival.
A kaleidoscope of colours and sound took over Arawak Cay this past Saturday during the official opening of the Ministry of Tourism’s much-anticipated Junkanoo Summer Festival (JSF).
Twelve groups in New Providence are preparing for a thrilling face-off at Junkanoo Summer Festival (JSF) at Arawak Cay during four weekends in July.
Junkanoo Summer Festival and Goombay ReturnResidents and visitors of the Islands of The Bahamas are excited for the return of the hottest competition and festivals of the summer.
The stage is set for the third edition of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, which is already building up to be even more dynamic than the first two editions.
The Ministry of Tourism is proudly sponsoring a delegation of college students to compete in the 2016 Caribbean Students Colloquium during Caribbean Week in New York, June 1-4, 2016.
The Bahamas has been nominated for four Travvy Awards for 2017.
It’s hard enough to compete against countries around the region, but for members of the Bahamas National Culinary Team the real battle is beating themselves – the champions. 
Plans for multi-destination marketing underway
Bahamian bands wow the crowd with unique twists on Junkanoo music. Rythym N Youth wins.

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