Crop Over, more specifically, the infectious rhythms of the steel pan music, came to the north of the island today, as the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) held its Pan In De City in Speightstown, St Peter.
The day’s events also included a cruise from Bridgetown to Speightstown.
From as early as 10 o’clock this morning, the main street of the northern town was transformed into a major cultural market for Barbadians to shop for various arts and craft, as well as to savour the delights of vendors selling food and drink.
Patrons were also treated to being treated to the sounds of the Rose Hill Tuk Band and various steel orchestra.
Dubbed a “Pantastic weekend”, the activities will culminate with Pan Pun De Sand tomorrow at Brandon’s Beach, St Michael.