Although the 2017 Anguilla Carnival has ended, we’re all looking forward to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival. Until then, enjoy these articles from the the 2017 carnival.
The full line up and schedule may not be out as yet but, 2 events are certain – the August Monday Caribbean Beach Party (6th August, 2018) and Parade of Troupes (10th August, 2018) along with the boat race dates (as long as weather permits).
Known events and dates are shown below.
Pay attention to this space as it will be updated when more information about the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival becomes available.
For upcoming events, live music schedule, public holidays and more, visit our online Anguilla Calendar.
Sunday July 15th – Miss Tiny Tott Pageant
Saturday July 28th – Wet Fete 6
Wednesday August 1st – Opening Night & Fireworks Display
Sunday August 5th – Absolut Boat Race (A & B Class)
Tuesday August 7th – August Tuesday Boat Race (A Class)
Wednesday August 8th – August Wednesday Boat Race (A Class)
Thursday August 9th – Eyes Wide Shut | August Thursday Boat Race (A & B Class) & Beach Party
Friday August 10th – Grand Parade of Troupes
Saturday August 11th – Anguilla Poker Run
Follow the links for more information about event times, locations, etc. For tickets, persons 5 – 12 years old are considered to be children, while adults are 13 and up.
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.
The Anguilla Summer Festival is held annually around the first Monday in August. The 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival is August 1-12, 2018.
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”.
The last fete of the carnival shebang! Here Anguilla goes again with the impeccable Parade of Troupes. Persons of all ethnicities from our sister Caribbean islands to the farthest reaches of the world joined us. The streets were indeed painted with Anguilla’s good vibes, energy and culture. There were troupes
Music Festival Rocks the Island If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of visiting Anguilla, now is the time. And for music lovers or those seeking a fun-filled getaway, this is the ultimate vacation. Recommended for you: Upcoming Moonsplash Anguilla Moonsplash, one of the Caribbean’s best and liveliest music festivals,
Swipe in mobile view for more images The interest and love for all things confectionery started for Kelva Lindo, the owner of Kel’s Candy & Ice-cream, as a child. While attending Road Primary School, she began selling Pals, Chiclets and mints during her break and lunch periods. Her inspiration back then was