St Kitts and Nevis’s much-awaited music festival to be organized in June 2022

St Kitts and Nevis's much-awaited music festival will be organised in the month of June next year (2022). The officials stated that if the situation will remain well, then the Festival would be held on June 24 and 25, 2022.

St Kitts and Nevis’s much-awaited music festival will be organised in the month of June next year (2022). The officials stated that if the situation will remain well, then the Festival would be held on June 24 and 25, 2022.

This years’ music festival was postponed due to the ongoing deadliest COVID-19 pandemic with the motive to control the transmission of the virus. Gladys Knight, Jhene Aiko, Wiz Kid and Future were among the international stars who were to perform at this years’ music festival.

While among the regional stars were – Patrice Roberts, Bunji Garlin and wife Fay-Ann, Nailah Blackman, Lyrikal, Voice, Mr Killa, Jimmy Cliff, Koffee, Beres Hammond, Shenseea, Asa Banton and Kollision The Band.

While the list of the music stars performing at next years’ event has yet not been revealed by the authorities.

The organisers promised that this would be the best music event that to be witnessed by the people. There is excitement among the people of St Kitts and Nevis; many even have started their preparations.

More about St Kitts and Nevis –

The St Kitts Music Festival is a festival of popular music that is conducted annually in the month of June on the Caribbean island of – St Kitts. The Festival was initially called the Shak Shak Festival and was first held in 1996.

The first Festival featured – Arrow, Nigel Lewis, Roy Cape Band, Krosfyah, Nu Vybes & the Small Axe Band, and the Su Wen-Ching Chinese Ensemble.

The Festival includes concerts featuring local musicians, Caribbean beach parties, boat rides and official after parties. Individuals from around the globe visit the twin-island Federation especially to enjoy the fun-loving and dazzling performances of the international as well as regional music artists.

This event eventually assists St Kitts and Nevis in boosting its tourism sector’s economy.