It’s 5 years since it was first started and the Barbados Classical Music Festival seems very at home on the island. The festival is far more that a spectacular series of world class performers, it’s an inspiration.
Barbados sends a six member team to Kazan, Russia for WorldSkills 2019, the 45th biennial World Skills competition. The competition is scheduled to take place Friday, August 23rd to Monday, August 26th.
The recently culminated Crop Over Festival has been deemed a success by those involved. Event planners, party goers, street vendors, band producers, revellers and spectators all agree. Everyone who we spoke to had a blast and can’t wait until Crop Over 2020.
The Crop Over season is upon us and while it may seem as though the season is in full swing, it, in fact just got started. The season will culminate on August 1 with Grand Kadooment, the island’s jump up day.
The National Cultural Foundation has released the 2019 Crop Over Calendar which signals that the season is fast approaching. This festival is a colourful spectacle which spans a period of three months, culminating in the massive carnival parade – Grand Kadooment.
Jamaican reggae artiste and Grammy award winner, Buju Banton, has begun his highly anticipated Long Walk to Freedom Tour and will be on his way to Barbados 27 April 2019.
Discover the amazing lineup for Barbados’ 2019 Vujaday Music Festival!
The second Vujaday Music Festival is set to take place April 3-7, 2019, and will treat attendees to an amazing experience with renowned house and techno DJs from around the globe!
Looking for a fun way to spend a half-day in Barbados? Head to the historic Garrison Savannah for the popular horse races!
Vujaday Music Festival Barbados brought a truly remarkable sense of joy and community to the island. People were friendly and respectful. The beat was riveting and the music and dancing never stopped. We give it a Five Star Review