Photos: Front Street New Year’s Eve Celebrations

January 1, 2013

Spanish Town Entertainment hosted the annual New Year’s Eve celebration on Front Street, with this year’s event billed as “Unity Explosion: The Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party.” The event included live musical entertainment, dancers, music, vendors and much more. View additional coverage of the 2013 New Year’s festivities by clicking here.

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  1. MIss.C. says:

    Bernews:

    You are the best: Awesome

    Happy New Year

  2. Xman says:

    St Georges was better – plus a lot of people felt a bit uneasy
    only because of recent violent gang activity.
    I’m so glad that nothing happened.

    • firewoks says:

      Bermudians hate change. A picture speaks a million words

  3. Not Surprised says:

    Sorry to Say but didn’t enjoy Hamilton at all. It was pretty sad…

  4. just think about says:

    Unfortunatly the people involved (click) dont allow others
    to be a part of or allow imput,,, they lack vision and creative
    energy,,,mostly power seekers ,,,not much unity as they promote
    in the media,,its all about them !

  5. M.P.Mountbatten JP says:

    Why did Hamilton forgo the firework display ?

  6. I think says:

    I did not enjoy Hamilton at all and wont go back for New Years.

  7. glad i stayed home says:

    some friends came over some who went to hamilton and some who ventured to st.george, it seems that st. george was the better of the two from the coversations, it seems like the organisers for the hamilton celibration need to put more thought into the event

  8. New Bermudian says:

    I heard it was actually thrown together sort of quickly, as the funding didn’t fall into place until the eleventh hour. Events like this require months of planning, and you can’t plan unless you’re sure you can pay the performers, sound engineers, etc…so, hopefully it will be better in future. I know one of the organizers, and he’s not a self-centred person at all, he actually does a lot in the community, so it’s too bad that this cliquishness is what the public has seen.

  9. Errin Butterfield says:

    Happy New Year to all. 2013=Positive thoughts and things. Anything negative should have went out last year. Out with the old and in with the new I hope everyone is well

  10. Why says:

    Why would the corporation of Hamilton even compete with the town of st George’s for crying out loud. The old town has nothing. Would it have been bad if nothing happened and the corporation of Hamilton encouraged everyone to support St George . We need to think Bermuda both events were average and where supported by teenage kids. Who seem to be able to do as the please these days. Rather than have two mediocre NYE celebrations it would make sense to have one good one. The new year comes the same time every year lets not wait till the last minute them throw together to poorly planned events.

  11. Winnie Dread says:

    Happy New Year to Bermuda and it’s peoples. As Robert Nesta says we just can’t (continue) to live that negative way, you know what I mean make way for a positive day. Lets move forward and as we go carry this great place with us, that is the only way ONE LOVE….

  12. pebblebeach says:

    Just like the Corporation of Hamilton’s failed attempt at their $200 a plate New Year’s Eve formal party…Had to be cancelled for lack of interest…no fireworks…so lame…

    Why not simply leave the New Year’s Eve celebration in St Georges…they obviously do a much better job…

  13. Observer says:

    Happy New Year to all. I saw the photos and everyone looked very happy, infact i did not realize that by the screens were so packed. Bermudians are samey. same hairdo same dress code, so i know if there was no fireworks same people will feel that way. what is wrong with having it on front Street. Think about those who cant come to St George and stop being so single minded.