This is the oldest festival in the country, held the second Tuesday in August every year, and it commemorates the freeing of enslaved Africans in The Bahamas. Residents of Fox Hill celebrate the 1838 emancipation of their ancestors from slavery by the British with church services, Bahamian food and drinks, singing, and dancing.
Fox Hill Day Festival
On the second Tuesday of the month during August at 12:00 AM.
Organization / Contact:
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism
Fox Hill Parade Grounds
Fox Hill Road
Fox Hill New Providence
Bring the entire family out to a fun-filled day of Bahamian music, bouncing castle, cash prize competitions, and delicious eats and drinks.
Experience the Bahamian culture through mouth watering dishes, live music, junkanoo, and fun for the entire family!!
Every Friday Night the Governor's Harbour Development Association holds a Fish Fry at Anchor Bay in Governor's Harbour. This event attracts many tourists and locals every week. Proceeds from the event benefit the annual Homecoming and various projects within the community.
Locals gather every week to dance and enjoy good ole Bahamian food prepared by ladies in the community. Everyone is welcome to join in. The event runs until 12:00 midnight.