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Schools from across Cayman joined the Junior Batabano street parade Saturday, as young people danced through downtown in turtle-inspired wears.
There will be a number of road closures on Friday and Saturday as festivities for the annual Batabano Carnival get under way.
A flash of feathers and a riot of colour will be taking to the streets of Cayman this weekend as Batabano kicks into high gear.
Exotic costumes, colorful floats and a party atmosphere – it must be carnival time in Cayman.
This year’s Batabano parade, which will wend its way from Seven Mile Public Beach to downtown George Town on Saturday, will have to contend with a new structure – the underpass which is under construction on West Bay Road.
The following road closures will be carried out over the next two weekends to facilitate the annual Batabano carnival and associated events, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
The district of East End earned the top spot in the Pirates Week float competition with its evocative creation highlighting the district’s heritage, natural beauty and landmarks, all tying in to this year’s Pirates Week theme, “Age of Romance.”
Time for buccaneers and wenches to band together for the 39th annual Pirates Week Festival, dubbed this year as the “Age of Romance.”
This weekend, George Town will be the venue for a uniformed parade in celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday.
Thousands of carnival-goers dressed in the distinctive, colorful costumes of Batabano, filled the streets of Grand Cayman on Saturday as the country came together for the annual festival.
The bar hops, the Junior Batabano and J’Ouvert parades have all been leading up to this: the weekend of music, entertainment and the adult parade on Friday and Saturday.
For the first time ever, Cayman Carnival is bringing a J’Ouvert Parade to Cayman as part of the annual Batabano Festival.