Videos: Bermuda Carnival Parade Of Bands

June 17, 2019 | 16 Comments

[Updated] Carnival enthusiasts made their way to the City of Hamilton today [June 17] for the Bermuda Carnival Parade of Bands. The 2019 Bermuda Carnival got underway with the ‘Five Star Friday’ event on Friday [June 14], continued with the Raft Up at Shelly Bay on Saturday [June 15], and the J’Ouvert celebration early this morning [June 17] at Moresby Plains in Dockyard. The live video is below, we will have additional coverage later on, and you can view all our coverage of the Bermuda Carnival here.

Update: The live broadcast has concluded and the 47-minute replay is below

Update: 20-minute live video replay of the Afternoon Laps Part I is below:

Update: 25-minute live video replay of the Afternoon Lap Part II is below:

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  1. Smith says:

    Look pretty boring

  2. Concerned Bermudian says:

    I know this is a big event now in Bermuda, but geesh!! Very distasteful for the most part. Seeing all those bodies scantily “covered” and nastily gyrating all over and with each other…. what is the purpose of this parade??? Bring on the Gay Parade, certainly can’t be worse than this disgrace to our island. Very sad indeed.

    • LOL says:

      Are you serious you really think Bermuda is ready to see to men dancing on each other like the J’Ouvert parties/parades?

      • lav says:

        No, Bermudians are too immature, petty and childish to be able to accept other people.

    • dee says:

      SMH, this is very sad; extremely distasteful and disrespectful to the Heroes that have contributed to this island. Sad!!

      • PBanks says:

        Why not next year, have all the concerned Bermudians hold an event to celebrate National Heroes on the holiday? That way, those persons won’t be subject to the distasteful imagery, and the Carnival revelers can do their thing without being subject to the negative glances and commentary?

  3. Disgusting says:

    Disgusting! One word that says it all! Not the Bermuda I signed up for!

  4. dee says:

    Sigh!!

  5. Concerned Bermudian says:

    The costumes and colors were beautiful for the most part, and I’d like to make it clear I embrace all sizes and shapes, but seeing so many gyrating with each other in front of families and children is so distasteful and Bermuda needs to say so! These things go need to be presented respectfully.

  6. PBanks says:

    Seems like there were bigger crowds than the amount of armchair critics on Bernews

  7. Yeea says:

    Its a good event for Bermuda, it brings in money that locals dont want to spend. If you educate yourselves about Carnivals you will see the true meaning and celebration of what it is for. Yes the costumes are revealing but its like that everywhere else! Just stay inside or go to the beach.

    • Well says:

      I think I will march against this distasteful event! Not something that belongs in my Bermuda!

      • PBanks says:

        At least one of y’all is willing to put their money where their mouth is instead of sitting on their couch telling the youngsters to get off their lawn.

  8. Todd says:

    leave the people alone you haters

  9. Bacchanal says:

    What’s disgusting is that people can’t let loose for one day, have fun, feel great about themselves and dance to music on trucks without complainers!! At the end of the day, there were no fights or acts of violence! For the older generation, y’all created tribes of kids to this type of dancing anyway, maybe a little bit slower but you get the point! Let people live! If you don’t like it, don’t watch or don’t show up!

    Carnival is being passed through all the islands and since we’re an island, we’re embracing it!

  10. lav says:

    ” Let people live! If you don’t like it, don’t watch or don’t show up!”

    AS LONG AS YOU’RE NOT GAY!

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