Goombay Summer Festival: The Abacos

Date:
Every week on Friday at 5:00 PM.

This series of two summer festivals is organized by the Abaco Tourist Office to showcase the vibrant and exciting Bahamian culture. Both locals and tourist have the opportunity to enjoy delicious local foods, great entertainment, Junkanoo rush-outs, beautiful local crafts, and a host of other cultural presentations.

Organization / Contact:
Abaco Tourist Office
Phone:
(242) 699-0152
Event Location Coordinates:

Address

Marsh Harbour Abaco
Island:
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