This festival is the signature family oriented event for Inagua and is homecoming event for former residents of the island. It features an opening Ecumenical Church service, a gospel concert, live entertainment with visiting artists, salty games, domino tournament, ball games, youth talent competition, karate demonstrations, a cultural extravaganze, tours of the Morton Salt Company. Other activities include fishing trips, a junkanoo rushout, firework display and lots of indigenous food and drinks for sale. This event is held every year during the Emancipation Day Holiday weekend.
Festivals & Culture
This three-day festival, a major fundraiser for The Berry Islands Heroes Day Committee, celebrates the islands' heroes with accolades, pump and pageantry. It includes a beach day with a variety of events — games, sailing, volleyball, and other competitions — plus food and drinks will be on sale and there will be performances by Bahamian musicians.
In addition to Dannenberg Beach, activities will also take place at Tamboo Club.
This two-day event, hosted by Pinder’s Liquor Store Club, allows participants to celebrate life, family and friends by just having a down home good time. There will be special pricing for food and drinks and you can enjoy games, competitions, music, and dancing in the street.
Mangrove Cay's Seafood Festival is in it's first year. This event celebrates all things Seafood, from fish, conch, lobster, shrimp and much more, all prepared the down home Bahamian way. There will be fishing tournaments, games, live performances by Mangrove Cay's own Elon Moxey, and much more.
Venue: Dorsette Park, Mangrove Cay
General Admission: Adults $3.00 Kids $1.00
This event brings artisans and vendors together under one roof to showcase their natural and organic products, as well as sampling new wines and dishes.
Bring your friends and family out to enjoy great entertainment, ice cold beverages, and succulent dishes prepared by the locals. There will be live performances by Bahamian artists Mr. Dyson Knight and Mr. Geno D, as well as the High Tide Bahamian band.
The festival will feature music, exhibits, movies, and fun for all.
This event is organised and sponsored by Blessing Others Charity Group and activities include: Mini Junkanoo rush-out, stories about the history of Eleuthera, authentically Bahamian crafts, Bahamian and jazz music, music from Hatchet Bay Community Youth Marching Band, Bahamian unleaded and leaded drinks, native dishes, ring play, candy hunt, bouncing castle, and face painting for the kids.
The Tru Tru Bahamian Festival is a celebration of “all things Bahamian” and will showcase the best of The Bahamas, just in time for Valentine’s Day! There will be delicious, authentically Bahamian food and drink, an incredible array of Bahamian made products, talented Bahamian musicians, and The Royal Bahamas Police Force band will also perform.
Mutton is what Long Island is known for all over the Bahamas.