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Harbour Nights season draws to an end

After an extended 21 week season, tomorrow night, Wednesday September 4th marks the end of the 2019 Harbour Nights season.

The Chamber of Commerce is encouraging visitors and residents to come and enjoy the special night's festivities including the Gombey Warriors, Strong by Zumba demonstrations, Working Title Band and Coral Beats, the Brazilian percussion group.

Harbour Nights is a 25+ year street festival that provides, entrepreneurs an opportunity and a platform to unveil their products or experiences to visitors and guests. Sponsors showcase their brands to the more than 60,000 visitors and locals who attend the event each year.

Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Kendaree Burgess comments “The Chamber of Commerce would like to say thank you to all of this year's sponsors, especially the Bermuda Tourism Authority, the City of Hamilton, the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs and the Bank of Butterfield. We also want to thank and acknowledge our vendors, community partners, visitors and residents who have visited Harbour Nights this year and continue to support one of the longest running and popular event series in Bermuda”.

Harbour Nights will recommence in early 2020. Any inquiries to participate or perform at Harbour Nights next year can be sent in writing to Tanya Cropley Minors at tcminors@bcc.bm.

Press release from the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce

File photograph by Blaire Simmons

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Published September 03, 2019 at 5:05 pm (Updated September 03, 2019 at 5:05 pm)

Harbour Nights season draws to an end

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