Members of the band Warriors of Hurracan came out to keep the Black Indian Tradition alive as they paraded the streets of Port of Spain on Carnival Monday and Tuesday.They were led and accompanied by veteran Traditional Black Indian Masquerade Performers Narie Apro and Darlington Henry. They were also accompanied by Anderson Patrick who has been holding the band together while Darlington is abroad and while Narie interacts with Anderson to ensure that the Tradition is handed down to future generations.We hope to post more pictures of this year’s event soon.
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