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Majority Rule Day activities schedule
By Bahamas Information Services
Jan 10, 2017 - 10:11:21 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Majority Rule Day activities celebrating the historic 50th Anniversary of Majority Rule.

7am to 10am

Majority Rule March

Route is Windsor Park to Bay Street, Bay Street to Southern Recreation Grounds

10am to 12noon

Gospel Concert at Southern Recreation Grounds

Bishop Lawrence Rolle
Shaback
Rahming Brothers
Golden Gates Praise
Rachel Mackey
Others to perform

4pm to 8pm

Bahamian Cultural Show and Concert
Arawak Cay

Royal Bahamas Police Force, Royal Bahamas Defence Force Band, Her Majesty’s Prison Band, National Children’s Choir, National Youth Choir, Stileet, Geno D, Veronica Bishop, DMac


8pm to Midnight

Majority Rule Rush Out

Arawak Cay

Junkanoo Rush Out by Major A & B Groups

Fireworks

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