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‘The Rum that invented rum’  Mount Gay is the oldest existing brand of rum in the world. A strong supporter of all things island, Mount Gay has been involved with The Bequia Music Fest since the early days of 2006 and became title sponsor in 2009. The perfect partner for music in the Caribbean, Mount Gay is the product of 310 years of knowledge, experience and refinement - we try to follow their lead in providing the same for the music fans here in Bequia.

BMI was founded in 1939 by forward-thinkers who wanted to represent songwriters in emerging genres, like jazz, blues and country, and protect the public performances of their music. Operating on a non-profit-making basis,  BMI is the bridge between songwriters and organizations that want to play their music publicly. As a global leader in music rights management, BMI serves as an advocate for the value of music, representing nearly 12 million musical works created and owned by more than 750,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers.


Go with the Flow - sending your messages and pictures from the festival couldn't be easier. We are happy to partner with Flow so that all our communications run smoothly. Flow is a full service communications and entertainment provider, operating in the Caribbean and Latin America, with both mobile and fixed networks, supported by submarine and terrestrial optical fibre backhaul capacity.


‘Frangi’ (as its locally known) is a Bequia institution. Built for his family by a Bequia sea captain almost a century ago, the shingle-sided, two-storey building has gracefully presided ever since over the nautical comings and goings of Admiralty Harbour, in boat building and now in hospitality. We love to chill at the open-sided dining room, sip a ‘Frangi Fever’ at the beach bar, and admire the view from the sundeck upstairs where you can still enjoy one of the original family rooms.


Bequia Plantation Hotel- Tel: +1-784-534-9444

Bijou and undeniably beautiful. Set in eighteen acres of mango, guava and coconut trees, Bequia Plantation Hotel achieves that rare combination of intimacy and spaciousness. An environmentally sensitive boutique island property, the hotel’s spacious palm fringed beachside lawn provides a gorgeous venue for our Music Fest.


One of our newer partners, we are so proud of the The St Vincent & The Grenadines Chocolate Company. Formed in 2015 they have set out to create a sustainable product and provide employment for many local farmers. From tree to bean to chocolate, their aim is to make the best and purest chocolate possible from cocoa grown only in St Vincent.



Mountain Top Springs Limited is all about ‘the fine art of rehydration’. They have been bottling Mountain Top Natural Spring Water from a privately owned spring located in pristine Congo Valley, on the ‘mainland’ of St. Vincent since 1993.


With St Vincent & the Grenadines being an island nation, the ferries are a regular part of Bequia life. Admiralty Transport with their distinctive green livery have been keeping Bequia well connected to St. Vincent with a dependable, on-time ferry service for over 20 years. If you’re arriving from ‘the mainland’ they will ensure you get to the festival on time so you don't miss any of the action.


The St. Vincent and The Grenadines Tourism Authority (SVGTA) is the national agency entrusted with the responsibility of promoting the country as a tourist destination, developing standards and regulating the quality of the local tourism service providers. Its mission is to develop, coordinate and implement strategic and innovative marketing ventures driven by progressive market research, aimed at fostering a profitable and sustainable tourism industry, while seeking to provide rich visitor experiences far exceeding the internationally recognized minimum standards.


Quik-Print (St Vincent) Ltd specializes in quick and affordable printing, scanning and photo-copying on a wide range of paper types and sizes with unbeatable quality.

Call +1(784) 456-2217