Photos: Bermuda Heroes Weekend J’Ouvert

June 18, 2016

After the much anticipated Bermuda Heroes Weekend kicked off with the ‘Five Star Friday’ event last night [June 17] at the North Field at the National Sports Centre, the second event in the BHW festivities got underway, with crowds of people enjoying themselves at the J’Ouvert celebration.

The BHW promo for the event said, “The J’Ouvert Celebration Of Our Heroes will be held from 3am until 8am! The event will take place at the Michael Preece Softball Stadium at Bernard’s Park in Pembroke. We look to watch the sunrise while partying to sweet Soca music!”


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  1. OBSERVER says:

    Have LOADS of fun Bermuda….in moderation.
    A lot of work to be done and we must be sober and committed to the cause!!!

    • Next time have it at Dockyard so residents can get some sleep.

      • Catherine says:

        Have to agree – bit of a rude awakening at 5am on a holiday weekend when working nights tonight :( However – hope lots of fun was had! What about a hush party next time (like Relay for Life)!

      • Tyad says:

        What residents you talking about

    • Toodle-oo says:

      Committed to the cause ? ?
      What ’cause’ ?

  2. smh says:

    F’d up the softball diamond during the playoffs….hmm wonder who’s going to help pay for the damage?

  3. smh says:

    Softball diamond Ruined…Thanks Bhw organisers…guess we shall see when we ca continue our playoffs.

  4. Mr. Friday says:

    I am so proud of Bermudians this morning after 2 massive events WE SHOWED UP AND SHOWED OUT in our number…. we are showing the world RAIN ,BLOW OR SHINE we know how to fete… nothing sweet me more than hearing 3 visitors to our shores saying they cant wait to come back to Bermuda next year for carnival…. Jason Sukdeo and the rest of the BHW team GREAT JOB.

  5. Confused says:

    A little confused, we were told that the justification for BHW et al was that, like AC2017, it would increase tourist numbers by bringing thousands of Tourists and make Bermuda a big hub for Soca.

    All that seems to be happening is a large socafest for locals to spend their money.

    I am confused