In Bermuda the Twain Shall Meet
Bermuda is a distinctive island territory. Equally enjoyed by vacationing British and American families, cultures blend effortlessly along its shore with the local population. In the spirit of coming together in late November, we’ve handpicked an event that celebrates Bermuda life with a smattering of high and low culture.
Although briefly postponed due to some recent weather-related hiccups, the annual City Arts Festival is back in action. Both international and local performers and musicians combine to create a super talented lineup you can’t afford to miss! Imagine the festivities as street and public artists promise an afternoon of family-friendly fun.
The City Arts Festival takes place in Queen Elizabeth Park and doesn’t cost a dime for children under 18 years of age and seniors over 65. A portion of proceeds generated from admission goes to the Chewstick Foundation, a non-profit cultural organization working to break down social barriers. See you in the park on Saturday, November 19th at 2:00 pm.Read other posts