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   Saturday, October 19, 2019 

St. Vincent: Events

What is happening in St. Vincent:

The St. Vincent year is marked by a number of festive events from Carnival, which is called Vincy Mas and is the main cultural event of the year. Carnival is a two weeks event that begins towards the end of June and runs into July. This event is featured with calypsos, steel band music, colourful costume parades and reveling. The other main event is Fisherman's Day on St. Vincent, which has a number of contests and the competition is to catch as many fish and mend as many fishing nets as possible.

January

  • New Year's Day
  • Festivals of Vincentian Music
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines Day - January 22

March

  • Children of Chatoyer Reunion Festival
  • Bequia Easter Regatta (Starts on Holy Thursday and lasts until Easter Monday)

April

  • Easter Festivals - Good Friday, Easter Monday (Easter Holidays are either in late March or early April)
  • Fishermen's Week

This is a series of series of festivities, which include a number of boat races and a calypso competition.

May

  • Fishermen's Week
  • Labour Day - First Monday in May

The culmination of a week of festivities and the contributions of the former Fishermen's to the life of the island.

July

  • Canouan Annual Regatta
  • Caricom Day - Second Monday in July
  • Carnival - First Tuesday in Mid-July

This is an annual sailing and Regatta race, which takes place at the same time as the Carnival season.

August

  • August Monday - holiday celebrated in the first Monday of the month.

October

  • National Drama and Costume Festival
  • Independence Day - 27 October

December

  • Nine Mornings Festival
  • Christmas Day
  • Boxing Day

This Nine Mornings festival which takes place in Kingstown, which depict people parading through the streets of Kingstown long before dawn. Recently, there have been some organized dances held in St. Vincent's dance halls on each of these nine mornings.


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