Cricket is by far one of St. Lucia’s leading spectator sports. St. Lucia is usually host to a one-day international cricket game at its Beausejour state of the art cricket grounds, located in Gros Islet. Most St. Lucian cricket fans are West Indies [team] loyalist and take the game very seriously, others, use the event as and opportunity for a partying and entertainment.
Newly renamed as the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival, the Caribbean’s premier cultural event is expected to attract thousands to the iconic and historic Pigeon Island National Landmark, where the 13 day festival will culminate. From April 30 to May 12, 2013, the festival will take center stage at scenic vistas across the island showcasing a new infusion of arts, scores of artisans and entertainers. The Festival is a series of concerts held over a 13 day period in May, bringing together fusing elements of jazz, rhythm and blues, pop and world rhythms from some of the worlds greatest artists in the music industry. The main concerts include Jazz on the Square, Tea Time Jazz, Jazz in the South, Jazz at Pigeon Point National Park, among other events.
Check St. Lucia Jazz Festival 2013 LINEUP here > http://www.stluciajazz.org/jazz_events/main_stage.asp
Carnival stands out as one of the major festivals in St. Lucia. A highly traditional event, Carnival festivities usually includes competitions and performances by masquerade (Mas) bands, calypso and soca singers, steel bands and beauty contestants.
The highlight of the celebration takes place, usually during the second week in July beginning on the weekend and ending on Tuesday (Monday and Tuesday are public holidays).
Total rejuvenation has never looked better. The 2013 Saint Lucia Health and Wellness Retreat promises to provide an even more remarkable way to fuel your mind, body and spirit. With acclaimed experts covering a vast range of topics, you will be sure to find a programme that will elevate you to new heights.
The largest transocean sailing event in the world, every year the ARC brings together over 200 yachtsfrom all over the world. The 2700 nautical mile passage on the NE tradewind route takes on average between 14 and 21 days ending in Rodney Bay in Saint Lucia.