We can’t believe it – Bermuda Day in London, the annual gathering of all things Bermudian, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year 2018.
It seems like it was just yesterday that we hosted the first ever event, with only a hand full of people enjoying the celebrations to now 10 years later, celebrating with hundreds of people, who come from near and far to enjoy this 13hr party.
We’ll be taking over Lockside in Camden Market once again, so mark your calendars and get your party hats and gear, flags and whistles ready because this is going to be an amazing weekend of celebrations, and you’re invited to come celebrate 10 years of fantastic food, great selections of Bermudian drinks, live music from Bermudian artists and staller DJ line-up with us.
The day kicks off at noon with Bermudians and Londoners alike coming together to party and enjoy island flavors and celebrate Bermuda Day in true Bermy-style with loads of codfish cakes, jerk chicken, potato salad, peas and rice and fish chowder. Plus, Bermudian DJs will set a tropical landscape on the 1s and 2s, sending Bermudian vibes across the Camden Lock.
Each year, the Annual Bermuda Day Celebrations continues to be a great way to enjoy a day of music, food, drink and dance, while basking in the beautiful surroundings of Camden Market and soaking up the joyous atmosphere that Bermuda Day brings.
Come help us to say cheers to 10 years!See you there!
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