St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris commented on yet another successful festival event. St Kitts Music Festival, which was started on June 5, 2022, outlined the vibrant and authentic culture of the Federation.
Maybe 10,000 plus. Certainly one of, If not the largest, attendance for a Night at the St Kitts Music Festival. Popcaan brought the house down on the staging of yet another hugely successful St Kitts Music Festival. Despite the two-year break due to covid, the Festival has returned and has started where it left off as the most anticipated annual Caribbean Festival.
He said, “I am proud of the strides and development that this Festival has made under my leadership over the last seven years. Prudent fiscal management has enabled my government to provide millions in annual support for this Festival, which has now become the best in the Caribbean.
PM Timothy Harris further stated that under his continued leadership, he would continue to ensure that the St Kitts Music Festival will continue to develop and enhance our tourism product.
He further extended greetings to Tourism Minister and noted, “Congratulations to the Minister of Tourism, the Tourism Authority and the Chairman and members of the SKMF Committee. Our country continues to perform well in a very stable, peaceful and happy environment, and the success of the Festival is a testament to that.”
On the final evening of the 2022 St. Kitts Music Festival, Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris also took the opportunity to go around expressing his gratitude to several of the music artists who helped contribute to the success of this year’s Festival.
“Congratulations once again to all involved in the execution of this phenomenal Festival and also to the thousands who attended and the talented local, regional and international artists who performed exceptionally well,” he added.
Prime Minister Timothy Harris also enjoyed St Kitts Music Festival with regional, local and international celebrities on the final day of the Festival.
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