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2018 Anguilla Summer Festival
August 1 - August 12Varies
We’re all looking forward to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival! Here’s what you can expect with these articles from the the 2017 carnival. In addition to that, these 2018 song releases will get you in the right mood.
The full line up and schedule is now out for the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival under the theme “Strength and Resilience like You’ve Never Seen, As We Celebrate Anguilla Summer Festival, 2018”
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Pre Carnival Events
Saturday July 7th – Soca Melee 5
Sunday July 15th –
Miss Tiny Tott Pageant (Postponed for 2018)
Friday July 20th – Magic City All White Soca Affair
Saturday July 28th – Wet Fete 6
2018 Anguilla Summer Festival Schedule
Thursday August 2nd – Official Opening Night | FLOW Soca Rave
Friday August 3rd – Prince & Princess Show
Thursday August 9th – Eyes Wide Shut | August Thursday Boat Race (A & B Class) & Beach Party
Friday August 10th – Grand Parade of Troupes
FAQs about the Anguilla Summer Festival
What is the Anguilla Summer Festival?
The Anguilla Summer Festival is an annual cultural event where revelers from the Caribbean and the wider world enjoy great food, music, boat racing, pageantry and feting.
When is the Anguilla Summer Festival?
The Anguilla Summer Festival is held annually around the first Monday in August. The 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival is August 1-12, 2018.
What’s the difference between “Anguilla Summer Festival” and “Anguilla Carnival”?
The term “Anguilla Summer Festival” encompasses all summer events (boatracing, pageantry and feting) in Anguilla beginning as early as July, with the Pre Carnival Events, up until the end of summer. “Anguilla Carnival” is the week of events beginning the week of the first Monday in August known as “August Monday” – this day is celebrated as “Emancipation Day”.