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Harbour Nights open for registration

The Harbour Nights street festival, featuring artisans, crafters, chefs, musicians, entertainers and Gombeys will start on May 3 and run until August 30.

It is the island's longest running street festival and is organised by the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce in tandem with the Bermuda Tourism Authority, the Corporation of Hamilton, and the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs.

The festival, which takes place along Front Street, aims to offer visitors “a taste of the island's culture and authentic local experiences”.

Vendor registration is now open for Harbour Nights, and applications will be accepted until March 6. Persons or companies interested in taking part or becoming a sponsor should call 295-4201.

For more information, contact Kendaree Burgess, the executive director of the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, at kburgess@bcc.bm

Gombeys performing at Harbour Nights (File photograph)

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Published February 13, 2017 at 10:09 am (Updated February 20, 2017 at 6:55 am)

Harbour Nights open for registration

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