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Island happenings

Events held on the island throughout the year offer the chance to celebrate local culture, authentically. Cheer with the crowd on the sidelines during a cricket match, experience the vibrant energy and infectious rhythms of Carnival, or savor a well-earned victory after swimming all the way from St. Kitts to Nevis; wherever your curious nature leads you, consider yourself invited.


Nevis to St. Kitts Cross Channel Swim

April 6, 2024

The iconic island-to-island swim begins on the shores of Oualie Beach in Nevis, where skilled athletes and excited enthusiasts alike start the day early. The journey is an exhilarating challenge as well as its own reward, ending on St. Kitts' Cockleshell Beach.


Music Festival

June 27-29, 2024

Spanning six days, this popular festival gets bigger and better every year, thanks to across-the-island experiences including lunchtime concerts with local musicians, beach parties, boat rides, and more.


St. Kitts and Nevis Restaurant Week

July 13-23, 2024

Savor the island’s finest cuisine, served up by the best chefs on the island. Each year, a local ingredient is highlighted and featured in new and unique recipes.


Sugar Mars Carnival

December 15 - January 2, 2024

The most anticipated celebration of the year. Pack your brightest outfit and get ready to hit the streets with us for six full weeks of nonstop partying during the island's longest holiday: Sugar Mas.

It's been  St. Kitts' preferred way of ringing in the new year since the 1950s, when costumed masqueraders, steel pan drum bands, and pageant queens first began to take to the streets. Carnivals arose as a celebration of life and the joys of community—influenced by a history of pre-emancipation slave revolts that involved folklore, song, and dance—and have taken on new life as a month-long mainstay of Kittitian culture.

Today, fetes, dance parties, and parades take place throughout the island, drawing crowds filled with joyous locals and curious travelers alike. Bejeweled dancers in extravagant costumes, stilt-legged moko jumbies, and excited revelers turn the island's streets into a dance floor as the upbeat tempos of soca fill the air. 

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