St Kitts and Nevis, all set to celebrate Music Festival season in June


Basseterre: After facing a halt due to COVID-19, St Kitts and Nevis is preparing to host the summer season festivals. The nation is looking forward to celebrating the festival season with great pomp and will once again brim with dance, costumes, music, drinks, delicious foods, sounds and mesmerizing sights. 

The Federation of St Kitts and Nevis will host different events to showcase the island’s diversity as the country is all set to celebrate “Saint Kitts Music Festival 2022”.


The Music Festival preparation is being performed with full enthusiasm. The show organizers have pledged that this event will bring double amusement and entertainment in the history of the lateral music festivals.    

The music festival will host a variety of regional, national and international performances. The most in-demand entertainers across various genres will amuse the audience. 

Moreover, from June 23 to June 25, 2022, the Kittitians and Nevisians will shake their legs at the music beats of the famous artists at the Kim Collins Athletic Stadium. The tickets for the festival are available at the official website –

St Kitts and Nevis’ residents have been enjoying the ‘Fringe Events of the Saint Kitts Music Festival’ from May 05, 2022, and these will be concluded on June 26, 2022. As many as 25 artists will rock the stage with their performances. 

On June 23, the Kittitians and Nevisians will enjoy the beats by artists, including Bunji Garlin & Fay-Ann Lyons, Destra & Bakanal The Band, Nadia Batson, Lyrikal, Masicka, Rucas HE Grand Masters, and Small Axe Band, NU Vybes. 


On June 24, the residents will whoop it up on the musical beats by Ashanti, Wale, Sean Paul, Maxi Priest, Anthony B Shaneil Muir, I Mark, HI-Light, and Dejour. Beres Hammond, Keyshia Cole, Rotimi Jada Kingdom, Christopher Martin Byron Messia, Venelle Powell, and Popcaan will give the spectacular on the final day of the Music Festival. 

During this Music Festival, many tourists across the globe are expected to travel to the twin island country in the Western Hemisphere. And to ease the travelling to the Federation, dozens of nonstop, connecting and charter flights will depart daily from countries like the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe. 

Besides this, the service will also benefit the tourists from several Caribbean nations such as Antigua and Barbuda, St Juan, St Martin and St Thomas. 

As the Festival will bring the tourists from around the world together and the threat of COVID-19 is still looming in some countries, this time as a precautionary measure, the government of St Kitts and Nevis has announced COVID-related guidelines, which might be complied with as follows:

· The travellers entering the country should be fully vaccinated, and the visitors are required to submit a negative test report from certified labs.

· The non-vaccinated children (under the age of 18) must travel with their vaccinated parents. 

· PCR test must be conducted only three days before the arrival. 

· The fully-vaccinated visitors must present their Vaccination Record Card (Vaccination Certificate). 

· The visitors have to submit an embarkation form at least 24 hours of travel along with – bio pages for their passport, negative PCR test and proof of vaccination. 

· The visitors will be encouraged to wear face masks, social distance and sanitize. 

St Kitts and Nevis is one of the must-visit travel destinations for travellers who love to relish a stay in the lap of nature. The Federation is the smallest island country in the Western Hemisphere and is famous for sandy as well as silver beaches and coral reefs. The tourists are attracted to the beautiful and mesmerizing sights of the Federation. One more prominent reason why tourists are attracted to the Federation is safety. The country has been regarded as the safest in the region. Safety has been maintained by the government by installing CCTV cameras and rehabilitating as well as renovating the police stations. The government does these safety measurements through the funds generated via the Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis. 

The CBI Programme of the country is regarded as the “platinum standard” of the CBI worldwide. St Kitts and Nevis has the world’s longest-running, safest and most secure CBI Programme. The funds generated by the government have been assisting the government of St Kitts and Nevis in running the social and economic

Interested candidates apply for alternative citizenship of the country through the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF), which is popularly known as Fund Option. This investment option was established in the year 2018 by the Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris to support various socio-economic initiatives in the country. 

Some of the benefits provided by the Fund Option include:

· Enhancing the quality of education

· Promoting St Kitts and Nevis’ tourism industry

· Ensuring the well-being of a growing population

· Developing a climate-resilient nation by constructing resilience infrastructure

The CBI Programme of the country was ranked best in terms of fastest, most secure, and safest in the world by the PWM magazine of Financial Times’ in the CBI Index.

The CBI Programme has gained a perfect score for the stringent and robust due-diligence background checks. Every application undergoes strict background checks so that only a reputed and honest investor or applicant attains citizenship.

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