A highlight for the Anguilla Summer Festival is the hype of August Monday (first Monday in August) in Anguilla and the combination of street jam and beach party equals 24 hours of rave which attracts thousands to the island.
J’ouvert capitalises on the talents of the local musicians and artists who compete for the title of ‘Road March Champion’. Will Infusion XL be able to defend their 2017 title?
Then comes the August Monday Caribbean Beach Party with local and international artists gracing the stage for over 12 hours of partying on Sandy Ground beach. We wonder who will be the artists for 2018! Who would you like to see on stage?
2018 Anguilla Boat Race Schedule available now! It’s “Nuttin Bafflin” that Anguilla’s National Sport is boat racing and the commencement of the boat racing season means that we are all ready to follow or even participate. The Calendar of Boat Racing Events (below) will guide you to where, when and what races are happening
Culture, conviviality and feting, are only a few words to describe Anguilla’s Carnival – as encompassed in the annual Anguila Summer Festival Themes. Anguilla’s Summer Festival is acclaimed to be “the island’s answer to the colourful Caribbean carnival!” From the spectacular sights of extraordinary costumes; massive clusters of people ‘jamming’ and having
US$360,000 awarded to Anguilla’s Department of Fisheries and National Trust to restore and manage Anguilla’s Prickly Pear Cays and Marine Park In an announcement made on 1 November, the UK Darwin Plus biodiversity and climate change initiative confirmed funding to the Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources (DFMR), the Anguilla