Dates announced for Harbour Nights 2016

  • Harbour Nights on Front Street (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)

    Harbour Nights on Front Street (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)


This year’s Harbour Nights will take place from May 4 to August 31, the Chamber of Commerce has announced.

Prospective vendors for the weekly festival, which hits Front Street every Wednesday during the summer, can attend an information session on Thursday February 4.

The meeting, from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at the Chamber of Commerce in Hamilton, will offer new and returning vendors all they need to know about the 24th annual social event - which also features chefs, musicians, Gombeys and more.

Stephanie Lee from the Chamber said: “This year, we are looking to incorporate activities highlighting the quintessentially Bermudian experience.

“Bermuda has a wide and varied culture, and we wish to share more of those experiences with the 3,000-plus visitors that participate in Harbour Nights every week.”

To register for the session, visit www.bermudachamber.bm, call 295-4201, or e-mail slee@bcc.bm.

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Published Jan 28, 2016 at 11:05 am (Updated Jan 28, 2016 at 12:50 pm)

Dates announced for Harbour Nights 2016

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