MC Barrie Hype

MC Barrie Hype and DJ Ryan Sayeed closed the “Arrivals” event. Photo: JERMAINE CRUICKSHANK

People came out to the scenic National Hotel on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida, USA, last Thursday, for the official welcome party to the 2019 Miami carnival celebrations as hosted by TriniJungleJuice.com and appropriately entitled, “Arrivals”.

From 5-11 p.m., patrons mixed and mingled, dove and swam in the hotel pool, danced, jumped, wined and swayed to the music of popular DJs from the region who represented for the region with an eclectic mix of Caribbean music genres and tastes.

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