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Page15D069ANGUILLA--Several hundred persons were in the J'Ouvert Street Jam that started in The Valley at 4.00am on August Monday and wended its way to Sandy Ground, arriving at about 10:00am, in time for the grand Caribbean Beach Party.

Bands performed all day on the large stage at the northern end of the beach. Featured bands included Revolution Band from Atlanta, Soca Unit from Trinidad & Tobago, WCK from Dominica, Red Eye Crew and Devondre Jones from St Maarten and local bands including British Dependency, Banks 11, True Intentions, Pantha Vibes and Exodus.

DJs Bless and Yoush were also scheduled to take the stage.

At 6:30pm headliner for the event, Diblo Dibala from the Congo performed with his six- piece band. He is known as one of the fastest guitarists and is the first master of soukous music to come to Anguilla.

Denis Bellfon from Trinidad & Tobago was scheduled to bring the performances to a close.

Page15D069ANGUILLA--Several hundred persons were in the J'Ouvert Street Jam that started in The Valley at 4.00am on August Monday and wended its way to Sandy Ground, arriving at about 10:00am, in time for the grand Caribbean Beach Party.

Bands performed all day on the large stage at the northern end of the beach. Featured bands included Revolution Band from Atlanta, Soca Unit from Trinidad & Tobago, WCK from Dominica, Red Eye Crew and Devondre Jones from St Maarten and local bands including British Dependency, Banks 11, True Intentions, Pantha Vibes and Exodus.

DJs Bless and Yoush were also scheduled to take the stage.

At 6:30pm headliner for the event, Diblo Dibala from the Congo performed with his six- piece band. He is known as one of the fastest guitarists and is the first master of soukous music to come to Anguilla.

Denis Bellfon from Trinidad & Tobago was scheduled to bring the performances to a close.