Heroes Weekend: The party continues
For many, the Bermuda Heroes Weekend has felt like the party that never ends.
The Super Hero J’Ouvert, which ran from 3am to 8am today, gave revellers the chance to show off their stamina in a festive atmosphere at Bernard Park.
It followed a Pan in the Park event at Victoria Park yesterday, Raft Up at Shelly Bay on Saturday and Five Star Friday at the National Sports Stadium to kick off the weekend.
This afternoon, a Parade of Bands will take place from Number 2 Gate in St David’s to Clearwater Beach, from 2pm to 10pm.
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