SXM Festival 2019: The paradisiacal house and techno festival bounces back after Hurricane Irma

Luke Sutton / 20.03.19

The island of St Martin is dazzling, a paradise of idyllic beaches. Located in the Leeward cluster in the Caribbean sea, it’s known affectionately as The Friendly Island by locals. After having spent a week in St Martin for the SXM festival, it’s hard to argue with that. READ MORE…


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The music festival SXM is the biggest annual event held in the Caribbean island of St Martin attracting about 4,000 people.
But this year some of those attending the festival also volunteered to help with restoration projects across the island which is still rebuilding after the widespread destruction caused by Hurricane Irma in 2017. SEE VIDEO…


How SXM Became the Anti-Fyre Fest

Matt Moen / 27.03.2019   

Every year scores of destination ravers and affluent spring breakers descend upon the pristine beaches of St. Martin to take part in one of the world's most beautiful festivals. Featuring lavish villa parties, midday yacht cruises, and all-night beachside DJ sets, SXM Festival has built itself up in just a few short years as a Caribbean Ibiza. READ MORE…


Anything But FYRE: House and Techno Festival, SXM, Returns To The Caribbean

Devin Lezama / 22.03.2019

St-Martin or St Maarten (depending which side of the island you are on) is widely known for incredible beaches, sweeping ocean views, gorgeous sunsets and some of the friendliest people around. The island is widely visited by tourists from around the world making it one of the most visited places in the Caribbean. READ MORE…




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