Basseterre, St. Kitts (6 March 2023)

The St. Kitts Music Festival has announced a spectacular lineup of musical artists performing at the 25th Annual St. Kitts Music Festival from 22-24 June 2023, for a weekend of Soul, Soca, Jazz, R&B, Reggae and more. Internationally-renowned performers will include Chronixx, Koffee, Govana, Skillibeng, Air Supply, Valiant, Patrice Roberts, Skinny Fabulous, Byron Messiah, and GrandMasters Band. Additional talent will be announced in the coming weeks.

"For more than two decades, the St. Kitts Music Festival has anchored our island’s position as a music centre of the Caribbean. Our mix of internationally-renowned artists and exceptional regional and local talent draws visitors from around the globe to St. Kitts,” said Honourable Marsha Henderson, Minister of Tourism, International Transport, Civil Aviation, Urban Development, Employment, and Labour. “The weekend of events becomes more spectacular every year, and each year delivers a tremendous positive impact on our local economy.”

One of the most diverse musical events in the Caribbean, the 25th Annual St. Kitts Music Festival draws A-list musicians, island visitors, and locals for an on-your-feet celebration of exhilarating live music at Warner Park Stadium. Spanning six days, this popular festival gets bigger and better every year, thanks to across-the-island experiences, including lunchtime concerts with local musicians, beach parties, boat rides, and more.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors back for the top musical event in the Caribbean,” said Ellison “Tommy” Thompson, CEO of the St. Kitts Tourism Authority. “Summertime in St. Kitts is full of celebrations and events that showcase the island’s welcoming spirit, local culture and vibrant energy. There is no event better than the Music Festival to jumpstart our Summer of Fun.”

Please find more information on tickets and the line-up here.

The St. Kitts Music Festival kicks off the “Summer of Fun” for the Federation, and features programs across culture, cuisine, music, and adventure. Additional celebrations include:

o 30 June - 2 July – Nevis Mango Festival

o 13-23 July – St. Kitts & Nevis Restaurant Week

o 27 July - 8 August – Nevis Culturama

o 31 August - 30 September – Caribbean Premier League Cricket

Beyond the scheduled events, St. Kitts offers exceptional eco-adventure from hiking and diving to horseback riding; a new Kittitian RumMaster rum tasting, history and theory program; farm-to-table dining and a wide range of culinary experiences; cultural excursions; historic sites; and more.

Visitors are reminded to regularly check the St. Kitts Tourism Authority website ( for updates and information.

About St. Kitts

St. Kitts is the larger of two islands that make up the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. Eighteen miles of green mountain ranges stretch from Mount Liamuiga in the north to the southern peninsula—each end, an entirely different and equally fulfilling experience. The island's serendipitous location between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea gives its coast distinctively varied hues. Our beaches range from golden tones to salt-and-pepper and alluring black volcanic sand. Venture Deeper into the magic of St. Kitts and discover what the destination holds while simultaneously venturing introspectively into a journey of self-discovery. Peel back the many layers of our beautiful island to discover the culture, history, adventure, and culinary delights around every corner.

*If you are travelling to St. Kitts, it is required that you complete the online Immigration and Customs ED Form before arrival. Upon completion, you will receive a receipt with a QR code that you must present upon arrival in St. Kitts. Your QR code can be printed out or scanned directly from your phone.

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