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Pride Bahamas 2020 has launched a virtual event that addresses issues facing communities seeking fairer treatment and representation in the Bahamas. The platform opened with an opening ceremony on Monday, and it's time to show off some culinary talent.
The event is intended to raise funds for BASRA, the Bahamas Air and Sea Rescue Association. The entire Grand Bahama community is encouraged to get involved and support the continuation of the Sloop Regatta on the island. This team is determined to make this year's regatta the best ever and they will not forget it.
This is to show a better side of life in the Bahamas and show that Bahamians are indeed people who help people. All the while, there is plenty of local Bahamian food to try, a celebration of all the things that make Bahamas so special, and everyone dancing in the streets. This is also the largest parade in Grand Bahama, where the local African-American population celebrates its annual celebration. It is great, but it shares a great story about how the Bah-Amians are actually a people helping themselves.
This event features 40 to 50 sailing loops from all over the Bahamas competing in three classes for trophies and cash prizes.
If you are traveling on this date, you might want to consider swinging by another date and enjoying all that Grand Bahama Island has to offer. Fishermen can fish the tournament on Nassau Island in the Bahamas, just a few miles from the main island. For more information on different dates and suites, please contact the Bahamas Billfish Championship at 1 - 888 - 762 - 5555.
Over the next three months, the Bahamas will host many festivals and events, and there are many events that make the archipelago special. The first concert will be on Saturday, February 20, 2016, with the Junkanoo Performing Arts Festival on Grand Bahama Island. Other festivals are often overshadowed by the popularity of Junkansoos, but they also offer an attractive reason to visit the Bahamas.
Hosted by Karaoke King Demetrius, the event features live music, uppercuts, dance, food, live entertainment and more.
Junkanoo is the focus of this summer festival and you can also charter a boat for the event or just go to the different islands and participate in the festivities. If eating crabs cooked in 101 different ways whets your appetite, head to Andros Island in the Bahamas on the second weekend in June for the Andro's Crab Festival. The boat trip starts on Friday, June 2 at 6 pm in Nassau at Farmer's Cay Dock and returns to Nassua on Saturday at 8 pm. Art, crafts and Bahamian gastronomy are also highlighted, and Junkanoos is a centrepiece of the summer festival.
The first seven events will give you the chance to play 72 holes this season - and finish the event. In the first seven tournaments you have the chance to play 72 holes in the season-ending tournaments.
This tournament, which will take place from October 26 to 30, is also the first of its kind sponsored by the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. This tournament is also the second in a series of three tournaments in the same week and the third of four this year, all sponsored by the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism in partnership with the Royal Bahamas National Golf Club (RBNG) and the Bahamas Golf Association (BGA). This event with a total prize of $2.5 million is scheduled to take place from October 26 to 30. It will also be the fourth and final of three events sponsored by the Bahamas Department of Tourism.
This annual LPGA tournament is held at the Royal Bahamas National Golf Club (RBNG) and the Bahamas Golf Association (BGA) from October 26 to 30. Brittany won the Pure Silk Bahamas L PGA Classic in 2017 and 2018 and will host it again in 2018. This event with a total prize of $2.5 million with Brittany capturing the 2017-2018 The LpgA holds it for the third year in a row, after 2016 and 2017.
The Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is a music-based festival that has become one of the hottest events in the Bahamas in the spring and summer. It is a fabulous spectacle that will entice revellers to dance and will take place from 2 to 4 April 2018 on the island of Nassau in the Bahamas.
The annual celebration includes a parade of music, dance, food and entertainment on most islands including Abaco, Grand Bahama and Great Exuma. The Junkanoo Summer Festival in July has also been added to Grand Bahama, and travelers can experience it live on Nassau Island for the first time in its history. Feel the rush with live music and dance shows, live entertainment and food vendors, a carnival, fireworks and more.