What is happening in Bermuda:
Bermuda is a place that should be visited year round. The busiest time occurs between April and October when the weather is warmest and the water is ideal for swimming and diving. The other months are good for windsurfing, which is a yearlong escapade.
- New Year's Day - January 1 - Public Holiday
- Bermuda Festival
The Bermuda Festival is a six-week performance of arts, which runs for six weeks from mid-January through February. The Gombey dancers perform at this event.
- The Bermuda Cat Fanciers Association Championship Cat Show occurs in mid-march.
- Easter Holiday - Good Friday Easter Sunday Easter Monday (the Easter Holidays occur either late March or early April)
- Easter Monday - Public Holiday
- Ross Blackie Talbot Memorial Charity Golf Tournament (early April)
- Annual Bermuda International Film Festival (one week)
- Annual Capital Open Tennis Tournament (mid month)
- Annual Bermuda Dental Association Annual Conference: Implant Dentistry
- Labour Day - May 1 - Public Holiday
- Newport-Bermuda Race
- Owens Financial Bermuda Ocean Race
- Biennial Newport to Bermuda (this is held in the even years)
The Newport to Bermuda Race is one of the world's most major ocean yacht races held in late June during even-numbered years.
- Soca Festival
- Bermuda Big Game Classic
The Soca festival is a Caribbean music festival that occurs in late July or early August at the Royal Naval dockyards.
Bermuda Reggae Sunsplash
- Annual Summer Conference on Primary Care Medicine
- Festival of St. Barthelemy - August 24
Bermuda Reggae Sunsplash continues until mid August and features music which is primarily Reggae.
The Bermuda Jazz Festival is held on the first weekend of September and begins on a Friday and finishes on Sunday.
- Bermuda Tattoo
- Annual World Rugby Classic
The Bermuda Tattoo occurs in early November, which culminates with a grand finale of fireworks.
- Christmas Day -December 25
- Boxing Day - December 26
The Boxing Day holiday the rich took that from the British in which they boxed the foods after Christmas day, to give the less fortunate. There are dances and horse racing on this day.