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Colour me Jouvert

By NATANGA SMITH

Added 5th August 2017

A WATER TRUCK sprayed an “endless” supply of liquid that soaked the crowd inside the venue, while paint and powder were sprayed onto mostly white attire to make a colourful spectacle. It was the annual Baje Jouvert, held last Friday night at the Vaucluse Raceway, which was spacious enough for the water truck and the crowd that gathered to party.

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A WATER TRUCK sprayed an “endless” supply of liquid that soaked the crowd inside the venue, while paint and powder were sprayed onto mostly white attire to make a colourful spectacle.

It was the annual Baje Jouvert, held last Friday night at the Vaucluse Raceway, which was spacious enough for the water truck and the crowd that gathered to party.

The revellers were of various ages, from teeny boppers to mature folk, but they all came with one goal in mind: to enjoy the Crop Over tunes and party in a safe environment.

Because of the cold water, paired with the chilly night air, one had to keep dancing to remain warm.

To reach the patrons that spread to the back, the hose man was hoisted on a crane as he took control of the water pressure.

Under a starry sky, deejays kept the music flowing, bars and food tents kept the patrons refreshed and satiated, and a good time was had by all. (NS)

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Paint and water mixed together had clothes looking colourful at Baje Jouvert. 

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