Bermuda offers a good variety of events throughout the year. The good news is that most of them are free, or very cheap, to attend.
Throughout the summer there’s a plethora of events that will appeal to tourists. The season starts at the end of May with Bermuda Day, a national holiday celebrated with a colourful parade, a half-marathon, and dinghy races.
One of the biggest events is Cup Match, a two-day public holiday revolving around a cricket match between two teams from opposite ends of the island.
The island also has a handful of unusual events. There’s the Peppercorn Ceremony in April and the Non-mariners Race in August.
Rugby competition featuring 8 teams comprised of former international players.
Annual ceremony to commemorate the dead and surviving war veterans.