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Posted: Wednesday 21 June, 2023 at 11:04 AM

SKELEC Joins St. Kitts Music Festival as Platinum Sponsor

By: St. Kitts Music Festival, Press Release

    BASSETERRE (21st June, 2023): The St. Kitts Music Festival is excited to share that the St. Kitts Electricity Company Limited (SKELEC), the sole provider of electricity in St. Kitts, has signed on as a Platinum Sponsor for the 25th Anniversary of the highly anticipated event. 


    Chairman of the festival's Executive Committee, Allister Williams, is thrilled to collaborate with SKELEC to make the 3-day extravaganza an experience like no other.


    "We extend our sincere appreciation for your sponsorship, which not only bolsters the local economy, but also enables a spectacular event that resonates with both residents and tourists. Thank you for your valuable support." Williams remarked.


    On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the St. Kitts Music Festival, SKELEC's Corporate Communications Manager, Patrice Harris, congratulated the organizers and conveyed the company's unwavering commitment to keep supporting this incredible event.


    "Our commitment to the St. Kitts Music Festival showcases our unyielding support for arts and entertainment, as well as our desire to promote St. Kitts as a top-notch tourist destination." Harris said.


    The 25th edition of the St. Kitts Music Festival is on the horizon, taking place from June 22nd to June 24th, 2023 at the historic Warner Park Stadium in Basseterre. Get ready for an amazing lineup of artistes, including Burna Boy, Dexta Dapps, Air Supply, Patrice Roberts, and Byron Messia.


    Log on to the Festival's website: to purchase tickets for US$50 or EC$135 and view further updates and additional details. 








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