The First Annual Tomato Fight

The first annual Tomato Smash and Bash at Tobacco Road happened Saturday afternoon with big crowds all prepared to enjoy a old Spanish tradition. Photos by Jipsy

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The first annual Tomato Smash and Bash at Tobacco Road happened Saturday afternoon with big crowds all prepared to enjoy a old Spanish tradition. Photos by Jipsy
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The first annual Flying Tomato Smash And Bash was a success. Photos by Jipsy
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Participants paid $10, which included free beer to get you going. Photos by Jipsy
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Signing the release before being admitted to the fight. Photos by Jipsy
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The smell and look of the piles of the ripe veggie ready to toss. Photos by Jipsy
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The lines never shortened as participants kept showing up till the last second. Photos by Jipsy
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The fence that separated the participants and spectators. Photos by Jipsy
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Over 10 thousand pounds of tomatoes were dropped off for Miami's first tomato battle. Photos by Jipsy
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Theses Bloody Mary's were on the hunt for their tomatoes. Photos by Jipsy
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It's not as bad as it looks. Photos by Jipsy
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Karen Delgado and Katherine Sims had the right idea. Photos by Jipsy
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Tomatoes. Photos by Jipsy
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The crowd starts chanting, they are ready. Photos by Jipsy
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Just in case you need a target. Photos by Jipsy
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And their off! Photos by Jipsy
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This crowd will be covered in red in a few minuets. Photos by Jipsy
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Covering what's important at this fest. Photos by Jipsy
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Taking a minor break before heading back into the battle field. Photos by Jipsy
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It's messy but just as slippery as this participant found out. Photos by Jipsy
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The masked one. Photos by Jipsy
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With tomato coming out of her ears, this fighter leaves in all smiles. Photos by Jipsy
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No one leaves without being hit. Photos by Jipsy
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