ORANJESTAD – Tonight, the stunning island of Aruba is set to come alive with the pulsating rhythms and electrifying performances of the 21st Soul Beach Music Festival (SBMF23). The Soul Beach Music Festival, taking place from May 24 to 29, 2023, has been recognized as one of the “Top Five Caribbean Celebrations” by USA TODAY and the “#1 Caribbean Summer Festival” by Jetsetter Magazine.
The festival, lauded as the largest music festival in the Caribbean, features an impressive lineup of internationally acclaimed artists and entertainers. Tonight’s performances include iconic hip-hop group The Roots and the soulful Anthony Hamilton, promising an unforgettable evening of music and energy.
The festival is hosted by celebrated comedian Chris Spencer and Chase Anthony, and will also feature a special musical performance by Watra & NBO2. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find specific recent news about Watra, but their participation in such a high-profile event speaks to their talent and reputation.
“The Soul Beach Music Festival is a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience that electrifies our One happy island. We are honored to be hosting the 21st anniversary of the largest music festival in the Caribbean,” said Ronella Croes, CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority.
Mark Adkins, CEO & Executive Producer of Soul Beach Festival Productions, expressed excitement about the star-studded lineup and anticipated the arrival of over 7000 tourists for the Memorial Day Weekend event. Festival-goers can expect a week of memorable experiences, from lively day parties and epic music concerts to soul-stirring nightlife.
In addition to the main events, attendees can catch the sound waves at DJ Frank Ski’s Poolside Happy Hour, broadcasting live to Washington DC’s WHUR and Atlanta’s KISS 104.1 and Gee Money airing live on the The AM/PM Workload Show. The festival is also set to feature a mix of celebrity DJs, creating a euphoric atmosphere with their beats.
So, whether you’re a music lover, a comedy fan, or just looking for a unique Caribbean celebration, the Soul Beach Music Festival in Aruba is the place to be. The festival continues to attract top international artists and performers and promises a celebration you won’t find anywhere else.