Abaco "Love Rush" Junkanoo Weekend

This exciting cultural event, held annually, attracts many visitors and locals alike to the streets of Marsh Harbour. Senior and Junior Junkanoo groups compete to win the attention of spectators and most importantly the judges, through their elaborate costumes, dance moves and soul touching music, with hopes of being named the best group on the island. It is held over a two-night period, with the junior competition being held on the first night and the senior on the last night.

Organization / Contact:
Abaco Tourist Office
Phone:
(242) 699-0152
Venue:
BAIC Park

Address

Marsh Harbour The Abacos
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