Come join the Great Harbour Cay and Bullock's Harbour vendors as they celebrate the Christmas holiday season with fun activities that the whole family will enjoy. There will be a Junkanoo rush-out, live music, food, toys, craft, an art shack, plant displays, and more.
This event is being held by The Ministry of Tourism in Governor's Harbour and will feature live band performances, junkanoo, junkanoo dancers, fire dancing, authentically made Bahamian crafts, jewelry, farmers market, native designer fashion show displaying holiday wear and other locally design fashion. Food and drinks will be on sale. Come out and see what santa has for you!
Groups come together and invite the public to rush with them to celebrate Junkanoo, the National Festival of The Bahamas. You can also watch the Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade broadcast live from Bay Street, Nassau, via Cable TV on large screens.
Locals and visitors gather in Regatta Park, George Town, to sing carols and see performances by local talent. The grand finale is when the park is transformed with thousands of Christmas lights. Come out and bring the whold family.
It will include an address by Community Leaders, Christmas Caroling, skits, poems, Santa gift delivery, Junkanoo, live band music, a Disc Jockey, food and drinks.
This event is sponsored by the Cancer Society Of Eleuthera. In addition to lighting of the Christmas Tree, there will be dancing, live music, and poetry readings.
Come out and join the Warriors Junkanoo Practice each and every thursday night overlooking the water side. Watch as they beat the drums, shake to the cowbells, blow the whistles, blow the trumpets and dance the night away!
This annual festival is designed to provide an impressive display for visitors and locals by decorating each tree on Bay Street with festive white Christmas lights. Lighting of the trees takes place on the first Friday in December. There is also a live band performance followed by a Junkanoo rush-out ending the night!
This very popular Christmas Festival takes place every year on the first Saturday in December, kicking off the holiday season in The Abacos and bringing together family and friends from near and far. Activities at the festival include early Christmas shopping at the Arts & Crafts Bazaar, a Food Court filled with Bahamian dishes, performances from Choirs, Quartets, Soloists, Marching and Calypso Bands, a Junkanoo Parade, a Dog Show and other festive activities.
Locals and visitors gather in Cockburn Town at the Almond Tree Park to sing carols and see performances by local talent. The grand finale is when the park is transformed with thousands of Christmas lights and the Christmas tree is lit. Come out and bring the whole family and enjoy lots of Games, sweets and treats.