Prime Minister Timothy Harris enjoys St. Kitts Music Festival with local, regional and international celebrities

Prime Minister Timothy Harris enjoys St. Kitts Music Festival with local, regional and international celebrities


Saint Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris expressed his pleasure to attend the final evening of the 2022 St. Kitts Music Festival on Sunday, June 26, 2022.

Prime Minister Timothy Harris enjoyed some lighthearted moments with local, regional and international celebrities, including the legendary Beres Hammond, Beenie Man, Christopher Martin, Rotimi and American singer Keyshia Cole, on the final night of the 2022 edition of the Saint Kitts Music Festival. .

The St. Kitts Music Festival was organized by the government of the Caribbean country to promote the field of entertainment and rich, organic and heritage culture to tourists from the Caribbean region and the world.

After witnessing a stalemate due to the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years, Saint Kitts and Nevis hosted the Music Festival to bring the country back to festival normal. The festival is recognized as the big and highly anticipated festival of the summer season.

At the Fête de la musique, the citizens of the Federation are overflowing with dance, music and many other breathtaking experiences. The audience experienced the diversity of the island with the authentic kind of entertainment.

The event featured various types of activities and entertainment stars such as a mix of regional, national and international acts and showed the vibrant culture of the Twin Islands Federation. The most demanded artists in various genres are also part of the music festival and delight the audience with the edge of their music.

About 25 artists took to the stage and shook the audience with their outstanding performances. Various artists such as Bunji Garlin & Fay-Ann Lyons, Destra & Bakanal The Band, Nadia Batson, Lyrikal, Masicka, Rucas HE Grand Masters and Small Ax Band, NU Vybes, will entertain the audience.

During the music festival, many tourists from all over the world travel to the country of the twin islands in the Western Hemisphere. And to make traveling to the Federation easier, dozens of non-stop connecting and charter flights depart daily from countries like the US, UK and Europe.

Gerald R. Schneider