Bermuda Events Not To Miss For June

Bermuda Events Not To Miss For June

Summer is here and there will be plenty to do in Bermuda over the next couple months. June officially starts tomorrow and that’s when things tend to ramp right up. With Bermuda Carnival as the premier event in June, here are four additional must-attend events during summer’s shortest month. 

National Rosé Day – June 8

For a rosé lover like me, this is one of the BEST events for the entire summer! It’s held in one of Bermuda’s best venues – Botanical Gardens and will feature a large variety of rosé wines. Organisers are calling it an “open air daytime garden party” and promise delicious rosé inspired cocktails, ciders, spirits, and the trendiest rosé inspired merchandise in the Local Vendor Village.

There will also be live entertainment, DJs, party games, food, fashions and much more. Tickets start at $100 and go up to $350 for the ultimate VIP experience in the Rosé Garden. For more information about National Rosé Day, email [email protected] or follow along in IG:


Rising Stars: Koffee – June 8

The newest reggae sensation out of Jamaica is 19-year-old Koffee is and she is coming to Bermuda next weekend! Rising Inferno Productions is putting on the show under the big tent at National Sports Centre on the north field. Koffee will be backed by her Raggamuffin Band along with Ali Caldwell and Soleil Laurent from New York.

Bermudians artists for the show include Arijahknow Live Wire, Blac, and 2019 Bermuda idol winner Chelsea McNorton. Music by Rusty G, Blackstar, and Jugglin Jason and the event is hosted by the Matix Ninja Cutty. Gates open 7pm showtime 8:30pm. General admission is $75 and VIP is $125.


Bermuda Carnival – June 13 to 17

In its fifth year, Bermuda Heroes Weekend has rebranded as Bermuda Carnival and expectations are high for a great weekend! The signature event – Parade of Bands has been moved to Hamilton and was launched earlier this week, so anticipation is high.

There are quite a number of events that are synonymous with Bermuda Carnival including Evolve, Mimosa Sunrise, Five Star Friday, Raft Up, Euphoria, Glow, Pure, Wetta, J’Ouvert, Last Lap and much more. Basically, there’s an event for everyone’s taste. For more information on Bermuda Carnival, visit: or follow them on IG:


Strawberry Fizz at Ocean Club – June 16

This event looks amazing! It’s being held at Ocean Club at the Fairmont Southampton during the Full Strawberry Moon and promises to be a swanky night under the stars. Strawberry Fizz is an all-inclusive event featuring an open bar with full Veuve Clicquot Champagne service, Live Entertainment by Working Title and interactive gourmet culinary stations.

Early bird tickets are $149 including grats and regular tickets are $199 including grats. For more information, please contact 777-0963 or [email protected].


Fight Night Champion – June 29

Bermuda’s top boxer Nikki Bascome heads back to the ring at the Victualing yard in the Royal Naval Dockyard. He will fight against Alvin Lagumbay from the Phillipines. In addition, there will be local boxers and kickboxing on the cards fighting under the stars with state-of-the-art electrifying lighting and audio in a festive atmosphere.

Food vendors will be on hand selling delicious food from Frog & Onion Pub and Bone Fish. Boxing Youth Exhibition starts at 6pm and the Fight Card starts at 7pm. General admission is $65, preferred seating is $75 and VIP is $150. In the event of intermittent weather, the venue will be completely tented.


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