Snow cones at Harbour Nights, Bermuda’s 15th Biennial, a weekend of vibrant carnival celebrations and an exclusive tasting of the limited edition Blackwell Rum 007. This is our monthly roundup of local happenings to pencil in your diary right now!

  • Harbour Nights
  • Front Street, City of Hamilton |Every Wednesday |7pm- 10pm

No summer in Bermuda would be complete without a visit to Harbour nights, a lively street party that consumes Front Street every Wednesday night. This year the weekly event returns with over 60 local artisan vendors, al fresco dining, live music and vibrant performances by the Gombeys.

  • Viva Variety A Dinner Like No Other
  • Fort Hamilton | June 2nd-12th

This highly interactive extravaganza branded as an “offbeat spectacle of Cirque, Theatre, Comedy, and family-friendly Cabaret” will feature performances by a highly skilled cast of artists from around the world. Join them for a night of music, dance, acrobatics and comedy, while you enjoy a multi-course dinner at the unique venue, Fort Hamilton. Purchase tickets here.

  • 2022 Bermuda Biennial
  • Bermuda National Gallery, City Hall |June 11th –  end of year.

This year, the theme of Bermuda’s 15th Biennial is “A New Vocabulary: Past. Present. Future”. As a prominent cultural event in our yearly calendar, this exhibition is not one to be missed. Featuring works by local artists and poets, the Biennial offers them the opportunity to have the results of their artistic craft seen and juried by renowned professionals.

  • Sip & Bond Fundraiser
  • Goslings Wine Cellar | Friday, June 17th

Indulge in an evening of wine and rum tasting at Goslings Wine Cellar. The event which is a fundraiser for the Jamaican Association’s 60th Independence Gala will feature a special tasting of the Limited Edition Blackwell Rum 007 and history about Ian Fleming’s connection to Jamaica in writing the James Bond Series. Purchase tickets here.

  • Friday Night Live
  • Flanagan’s Irish Pub | June 3rd and June 17th | Doors open 7:30 pm

Enjoy an evening of live stand-up comedy featuring Bermudian comics, Nadanja, Gina Love, King Somner, Jonathan Young, Jah, Bootsie and Eddie G at the old faithful, Flanagan’s Irish Pub. What could be better than a night of pub grub, laughs and plenty of pints?Purchase tickets here.

  • Bermuda Piano Festival 2022
  • Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art | June 21st-24th

Bermuda’s fifth annual Piano Festival returns with a series of concerts at the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda art. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to revel in the classical notes of the piano, with performances by renowned professionals such as Grammy awards nominee, Eteri Andjaparidze. Admission is free and open to the public!

  • Conacaf Nation’s League
  • Flora Duffy South Field Stadium | June 4th and 14th

Come out and show your support to Bermuda’s Men’s National football team as they take on Haiti in day one of the Concacaf Nations League matches on June 4th at the Flora Duffy South Field Stadium. Followed by Montserrat in their second home match of the league on June 14th. Purchase tickets here.

  • Bermuda Heroes Weekend
  • June 17th-20th
  • The most highly anticipated weekend of summer kicking off on June 17th is the vibrant and cultural celebrations of Bermuda Carnival! There is an unrivalled line up of events from fetes, concerts, raft-ups and an incredible Parade of the Bands. For more information on the weekends festivities, click here.
  • In Motion School of Dance’s “Time Capsule” 25th Annual Dance Showcase
  • Earl Cameron Theatre, City Hall | June 3rd– June 10th

Join the In Motion School of Dance as they reminisce on 25 years of dance excellence, with an inspiring program showcasing a variety of stunning performances from past and present repertoire. Journey through time with their legendary choreography executed gracefully by their talented dancers. Purchase tickets here.