This is a combined celebration with all of the islands' Churches hosting an all-day fair, featuring gospel performances, plus clean fun and games.
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.
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.
There's something for everyone, every night of the week at Treasure Cay Resort. Stop by Coco's Islander Fish Fry and try delicious Bahamian cuisine.
There's something for everyone, every day of the week at Treasure Cay Resort. Spend your Saturday with Coco's at Beach Fun Saturday, working on your tan or enjoying the nice, warm transparent waters.
There's something for everyone, every night of the week at Treasure Cay Resort. Celebrate Hump-Day with us at Coco's Steak Night, your stomach will thank you!
Come join us for an evening of fun for the whole family at Santa's Enchanted Forest @ Levy Preserve from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Admission is free.
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.
This event is sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism and will feature live band entertainment by Blue Waters, Corey Hield, Franshawn Evans, Fire Dancer Venus, Fashion Show by Empress Verda, goombay dancers, junkanoo, bush tea display and tasting, games, lots of down home food, drinks and music.
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.