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Add some harmony to your vacation and immerse yourself in the distinct music of Aruba, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
Here on Aruba, music is the soundtrack of our lives. It’s an integral part of our celebrations and nightlife.
If you’ve ever been to a music festival in Aruba, you know that they are very well attended. Not only does this show how much thought and planning goes into an Aruba musical festival, it also illustrates the importance of music in Aruba as a cultural element.
We have a culturally rich, diverse population; the artistic payoff is one of the Caribbean's most vibrant art scenes.
Aruba has three dedicated art schools to nourish the creative talents of our local community and students from abroad.
Aruba’s culture comes alive in the spirited rhythms, art, and dance that fill our streets, homes, galleries, and hearts.
Expand your art collection or simply browse the vibrant Caribbean and local art that colors our cultural landscape.
Whether it’s international hits or authentic Aruba music, our community has a deep appreciation for sound and the way it makes us feel.
Traditional Aruban music, a mix of waltz, danza, mazurka and tumba, is typically performed during festivals and holidays, including Dia di Betico, Flag & Anthem Day, Dera Gai and the weekly Bon Bini Festival.
The local community and island visitors mark their calendars for three of the hottest annual Aruba music festivals - the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival, the Aruba Soul Beach Music Festival and the Aruba Summer Festival. All three festivals feature celebrated international and local artists.
The latest addition to the lineup of art and music festivals in Aruba is the Carubbian Festival in San Nicolas, featuring performances by carnival groups in bright-colored and smashing outfits, market stands offering local food and arts and crafts, all forming a part of this weekly festival in Aruba.