Celebrate Bermuda Jazz at Pink Beach Club

Wash away the end-of-summer blues this Autumn with a visit to Pink Beach Club & Cottages, located in Tuckerå‘s Town, Bermuda, where the cool sights and sounds of the Eighth Annual Jazz Festival will fill the islandå‘s historical Royal Naval Dockyard, Oct. 8 - 12, 2003. 

will transform its pink shores into the world jazz capital. This year, Bermuda will welcome several renowned jazz performers including: Freddie Jackson, Regina Belle, Natalie Cole, BeBe Winans, Kenny G, Marcus Johnson with Yahzarah and Gerald Levert. Admission costs US$60 for general seating and US$85 for reserved seating and includes all acts during the performance dates. 

Pink Beach Club & Cottages can help guests purchase tickets as well as work with them to make all the necessary arrangements for transfers to and from the event. 

“Each year, Pink Beach Club looks forward to the Bermuda Jazz Festival celebration as it provides our guests with the opportunity to enjoy a unique on-island activity during their stay with us,” said Michael J. Williams, CHA, managing director of Pink Beach Club. “Our guests can enjoy music from some of the industry’s top musicians, so hurry on down because paradise never sounded so good!” he added. 

Pink Beach Club & Cottages opened this season on March 12, 2003 after completing an $18 million renovations project that added more room inventory including 16 brand new or fully refurbished oceanview and oceanfront cottages and new furnishings, and saw the completion of the highly-anticipated upscale Hidden Cove Condominium project.


In January 2003, January 2002 and November 2001, Pink Beach Club was recognized as a Gold Resort in Condé Nast Traveler magazine and was also included on Gourmet magazine’s “Rooms At The Top” list. A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World consortium, Pink Beach Club is an ideal hideaway for the discerning traveler. 
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