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MassKara Festival at Lacson Street.

People gallivanting, traipsing, sashaying, lumbering, meandering along Lacson street last night. All walks of life, different ways of walking.

Parked cars tricked out with more speakers than necessary fill the air with a rhythmic drone that joins with the cacophony of noises; bands, chatter, screams, greetings, whistles, etc.

For two nights a good stretch of Lacson Street, one of the city’s two main thoroughfares is closed to vehicular traffic for the Electric MassKara Parade and for the chance to walk, prance, or dance with a beer in hand.
I went there for two nights to be with friends. To see and be seen. To cradle a slowly consumed and warming bottle of beer. To watch the human drama, comedy and tragedy unfold right in front of me.


2 responses

  1. Reposted!

    October 17, 2011 at 2:42 pm

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