The St Barts Music Festival runs yearly for two weeks, generally in January. The dates for 2024 are not published yet.
Here is what happened on the festival this year: January 4-27, 2013.
Advanced tickets to performances are not necessary, just come to the island and pay at the door — the old-fashioned way!
Since 1985, St. Barts has hosted a performing arts festival unlike any other in the world. Each year during January, more than a dozen nights of the finest live music and dance performances are offered in an informal, island setting.
Audiences are treated to intimate concerts by some of the world’s most prominent classical, opera, ballet, and jazz stars. These performers have the level of artistry that one would normally have to attend Carnegie Hall in New York or the Opera Garnier in Paris to experience.
2013 Music Festival Schedule
Friday, January 4
Saturday, January 5
Tuesday, January 15
All-Star Chamber Night
Wednesday, January 16
Orchestra Night with Maestro Jean-Luc Tingaud
Thursday, January 17
Friday, January 18
Opera Night, Puccini's "La Boheme" with Maestro Steven Mercurio
Sunday, January 20
Jazz Night with John Ellis Quartet
Tuesday, January 22
Piano Night with Ana-Maria Vera, Jennifer Frautschi & Eric Ruske
Wednesday, January 23
Piano Night with Ana-Maria Vera, Sandy Yamamoto
Sunday, January 27
Jazz Night with Gregoire Maret Quartet
Tickets are for sale at the Tourist Office in Gustavia beginning January 2nd. From January 2nd to 6th ONLY, tickets and season passes are available at a discount. Children under the age of 12 are admitted free. Arrive early for each concert! There is NO reserved seating.