Sound and colour: 21 floats liven up Seychelles’ capital during Creole Festival

A colourful procession that echoed this island nation’s traditional ‘Laserenad’ livened up the usually quiet Seychellois capital on Saturday as the Creole Festival swung into rhythm. 

Twenty-one floats marched in a spectacular display of colours and sound through the streets of Victoria up to Freedom Square.

 ‘Laserenad’ is an activity that has always been present on the programme of activities organised during the annual Creole Festival. It brings together participants ranging from children up to the elderly citizens working together to showcase a chosen theme depicting and promoting the Creole culture.

Source: Seychelles News Agency