LIVE UPDATES: From 2023 to 2024

Coverage by the Nation teams from across Barbados as the year 2023 comes to a close and we greet the dawn of 2024.

The vibes were building in Oistins, Christ Church, as the DJ got the crowd going near to the stage.(Video by Jonteau Coppin)

In the back, it was a much quieter atmosphere for the older folk. (Video by Jonteau Coppin)

At Emmanuel Baptist in Eagle Hall, St Michael, the congregation started with chorus singing. (Video by Reco Moore)

A bit of testimony from the service. (Video by Reco Moore)

Traffic was building on the outskirts of The City as people made their way to the church or party spot of choice. (Video by Reco Moore)

A police officer is directing traffic at the bottom of Holder’s Hill, St James along Highway 1 where two vehicles collided. (Video by Shanice King)

The party is in full swing at the Lonestar Restaurant in St James. (Video by Shanice King)

The perfect time for a quiet walk along the jetty in Oistins. (Video by Jonteau Coppin)

Roman Catholics gather for mass at the St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral in Bay Street. (Video by Reco Moore)

Roman Catholic Bishop Neil Scantleury leads the congregation in the final mass for 2023. (Video by Reco Moore)

The scene at the Hilton Barbados. (Video by Reco Moore)

Hundreds came out to watch the fireworks from the beach at Lonestar, St James. (Videos by Shanice King)

More from Lonestar

On the jetty in Oistins. (Picture by Jonteau Coppin)

Who getting unfair in 2024? Not those partying at Crave in St Lawrence Gap! (Video by Jonteau Coppin)

Fireworks from the Hilton Beach. (Picture by Reco Moore)






















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