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Saturday, December 31, 2022 • 8:30pm-12:30am
King’s Square, Towne of St. George

Nadanja Bailey
master of ceremonies
Nadanja has definitely made a name for himself on Bermuda’s entertainment circuit.
Son of Georgette Bailey and Wendell (Shine) Hayward, Nadanja put on his first stand-up comedy show at the City Hall Theater as a tribute to his idol, Eddie Murphy, to a sold-out audience. In 1999, he appeared on Comic View, which aired on the B.E.T. cable channel. He has more than ten years' experience, which includes a 32-state comedy tour in the USA, keeping crowds amused and entertained with his insightful comedy. Nadanja recently wrapped up his World Triathlon comical promo for Dame Flora Duffy’s winning appearance at that event.
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The WallStreet Band
Bermuda’s only Big Band

2019 Best of Bermuda Winners Musician/musical group The Wall Street Band "This was a tough category, but the judges agreed that The Wall Street Band are “super quality and big entertainers.” No stranger to the Best of Bermuda awards, this 12-man (and woman) band, formed by Robert Edwards in September 2008, receives exceptional reviews every time they play. They were the only band for the very successful Made in Bermuda Nights. Their repertoire is versatile and they are “some of the most gifted, talented musicians in Bermuda today,” reports one happy reveler.—Bermudian Magazine
DJ Iceman coming to St George for New Year’s Eve fun

DJ Iceman coming to St George for New Year’s Eve fun

As a teenager, all Dana Rawlins ever wanted was to be a DJ. At 15, he started sneaking in the back door of the old Disco 40 nightclub on Front Street in Hamilton with another wannabe DJ, Craig “Bubbles” Darrell. More seasoned DJs there, such as DJ Merck, showed them how to do tricks on the turntables.

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Kids Zone
Fun Castles
Food Vendors
JB’s Pizza
Ashley's Lemonade
Dandy Donuts
Bermuda Cupcake Company
Four Star
Jazzy Treats
Parking
Tiger Bay Car Park
The Onion Drop
The countdown to midnight is a global phenomenon, but in the Town of St. George's, it is truly original.
We celebrate by dropping an onion, which is recognised as a national symbol of our farming heritage. In the 1800s, Bermuda's reputation for variety (red, yellow, white, and purple) sparked a trading frenzy, with thousands of onions per week being sent to the United States' East Coast. Today, as a badge of honour, many locals refer to themselves as "onions" when declaring their roots in Bermuda. The onion that is used in celebration is a work of art—handcrafted by CSG staffers and lit with bright crystal bulbs—that is lowered from the top of Town Hall in the countdown to the start of the new year.

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Event Transportation & Accommodation

Buses
Regular schedule will apply for Saturday, December 31.

Route 11 - St George's
Last bus into St George's
(before onion drop) 10:45 pm
Last bus out of St George's 11:45 pm

Route 10 - St George's
Last bus into St George's 6:15 pm
Last bus out of St George's 6:15 pm

Taxi Service
Bermuda Island Taxi
W: https://ridebermuda.com
Tel: 295-4141

Hitch Limited (App service)
W: https://www.hitch.bm
Tel: 234-4824

Premier Co-op
W: https://www.premierco-op.com
T: 824-7000
Ferry Service
Not available.
please don't drink and drive

Overnight in St. George's

St Regis Bermuda Resort

34 Coot Pond Rd., St. Catherine's Beach, St. George's
Call: +1 441-543-2222
Email: sr.bdaxr.reservations@stregis.com

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The St. George's Club

Call: +1 441-297-1200
Email: reservations@stgeorgesclub.com
6 Rose Hill St., St. George's

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Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa

Call: +1 441-293-8333
Email: reservations@grottobay.com
11 Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish

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Town Partners