Beach fest attracts thousands to Horsehoe Bay Live

The annual Beach Fest at Horseshoe Bay, celebrating Emancipation Day, attracted some 3,000 people to Bermuda’s world famous beach for hours of revelry in clear waters and on pink sand.

The music, sun and fun followed by more of the same after dark was accompanied by varied tastes of Bermudian cuisine and the obligatory libations.

“Welcome to paradise baby,” said Tulani Bulford of the atmosphere at the popular South Shore venue. “When you come to Horseshoe Bay Live you get world famous food, world famous experience and you get the best that Bermuda can deliver, with endless possibilities.
“Provided here is an amazing time and nothing less. We’re never second best and expect nothing less.”

Literally a ton of food flew off grill and out of the ovens, with tourists and locals alike operating with fun-fueled appetites.

Bulford noted there to be a fine intermingling of tourists and locals all over the lengthy expanse, as well as at the concession.

“The vibe has been amazing,” he added. “Everyone has been happy we’ve been rapidly selling everything all morning.
“The beach is packed with locals and tourists, all having a great time celebrating Bermuda’s Emancipation Day.
“We’ve had close to 3,000 people down here today and it’s been worth the investment, and a whole lot of fun.
“We encourage buying Bermuda and supporting local businesses.”

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