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Photo Focus: 2024 Food Fair Brings Culture, Music and Food to Frederiksted

It was a beautiful day in Frederiksted on St. Croix at the 2024 Food Fair that brought culture, music, and food, of course, to the waterfront on Wednesday.

A packed 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)

Food vendors with packed lines could be seen on different corners near Fort Frederik. Patrons were not bothered by the wait because they came to taste local delicacies from different vendors.

Pepper Sauce on sale to complement food at the 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)

Sugar cane was being juiced and coconuts were cut open with machetes on the spot.

Cane Juice in process at the 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)

 

Vendors served food in madras headpieces, while some were dressed in full madras. The Rising Stars Steel Orchestra beat their steel pans as onlookers enjoyed the music. While a DJ played music in the bandstand.

Rising Stars Steel Pan Orchestra prepare to play music at the 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)

A cruise ship was also in port and visitors were able to enjoy delicious food and culture.

People sit and enjoy food at the 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)

Also spotted were Miss St. Croix Na’Zirah Armstrong and Jr. Miss St. Croix Alayah Watley, who both won for the 2023-2024 Festival Season.

Miss St. Croix Na’Zirah Armstrong and Alayah Watley pose for a quick photo at the 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)
Linroy Ford Mr. Educational Complex poses for a photo at the 2024 Food Fair. (Source photo by Diana Dias)
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