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Friday, 10 February 2017 18:40

Traditional Mas Still Alive & Well In T&T

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Traditional mas is alive and well in T&T, and for a group of San Fernando youngsters their mas band 'Touch the Sky' seeks to preserve the legacies of traditional mas carnival characters, such as the Moko Jumbie.


This group of has been portraying the characters over the last few years.

Cherrylene Lewis visited the youngsters at their mas camp in Belmont and got some insights into their presentation for Carnival 2017.

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