Jill Scott and Lucky Daye Ignite the Stage at Soul Beach Festival in Aruba, Delivering a Music Concert for the Ages!

ORANJESTAD – The Soul Beach Music Festival in Aruba, known as one of the biggest music festivals in the Caribbean, hosted a grand concert on the evening of May 28th, 2023. The concert featured world-renowned artists Jill Scott and Lucky Daye, with Chris Spencer as the host​.

The festival, which took place from May 24th – 29th, drew festival-goers from all over the world to the “One Happy Island” of Aruba, offering a long weekend of events such as beach parties, nightclub parties, a comedy night, and two significant music concerts​1​. The festival has grown each year, bringing top artists and entertainers to provide the ultimate entertainment for concert-goers​.

Embarking on its 21st annual voyage, the festival offered a musical escape sure to awaken the senses with an elixir of melodies. Jill Scott, a three-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, headlined the concert on Sunday, May 28th. Lucky Daye, a sensational singer and songwriter with a solid foundation in classic soul, also lit up the pinnacle concert on the same day​.

With world-class musicians making their way to Aruba, thousands of music aficionados and loyal ticket buyers from all over the world were anticipated to take in the amazing sounds of paradise. The festival was seen as a wonderful opportunity to share the One happy island’s culture, hospitality, and award-winning beaches with top-tier musical artists and attendees​.

Aruba’s vibe, described as effortlessly eventful and unlike anywhere else, mixed a hint of luxury with a laid-back atmosphere. Festival-goers had the opportunity to experience a sensory journey through decadent shopping in a walkable downtown alongside a radiant blue harbor with a collection of waterfront properties and restaurants boasting a multi-cultural culinary scene​.

The grand performance stage of Soul Beach Festival, with the backdrop of Aruba’s superlative charm, was set to make waves during the Memorial Day weekend. The festival also focused on highlighting rising stars and creating a multi-generation bridge for travel with music as the catalyst.

Aruba Tourist Channel