US Virgin Island’s top festivals and events reflect some of its multicultural heritage that include African, English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Danish and American influences. Pearl Harbor Day and Boston Tea party in December, St. Patrick’s Day in March to the International Conference of Herbal Medicine in August pay homage to the etnical diversity of the three islands. Carnival on St. Thomas, Three Kings’ Day in January on St. Croix, Independence Day in July on St. John’s are the most popular events but you shouldn’t miss the following events when you visit the islands.

In January: Cultural Night and Quelbe Extravaganza; the Monarch Competition Calypso Show at the Island center for the Performing Arts; Foreday Mornin (J’ouvert); Rirewoks Gran Finale.

In February: S.Croix Agriculture and Food fair;

In March: Annual Antique Flea Market at St. Croix Landmark Society;

In April and May: Carnival events;

In June: St. John’s Festival with many diverse cultural and sports events;

In July: The Governor’s Cup Boy Scouts Golf Tournament;

In October: the Hispanic Heritage Fiesta;

In November: Horse Racing Doc James Racetracks and

In December: Funny Cars Invitations and Miss St. Croix Beauty pageant.