Key West’s magnificent four-story “architectural crown jewel” – the Key West Museum of Art & History – is to serve as the canvas for a spectacular holiday light show presented by Key West High School’s Conch 5 Studios students at the Friday, December 9 Holiday Concert & Bazaar.  Last year’s spectacular attracted between 3,000 and 3,500 attendees.  (Photo: Key West Art & Historical Society)

Spectacular Annual Holiday Concert & Bazaar at Key West Museum of Art & History

November 21, 2022 – (KEY WEST, FL).  Locals and visitors alike can delight in festive holiday spirit at Key West Art & Historical Society’s “Holiday Concert & Bazaar” on Friday, December 9 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., located on the sweeping porch and promenade of the Key West Museum of Art & History, 281 Front Street.  The immensely popular celebration will feature some of Key West’s finest artisans, musicians and choirs, food and libations, and a dazzling holiday projection show on the face of the building.

The opulent bazaar offers shoppers a trove of unique gift options to choose from, including handcrafted jewelry, clothing, textiles, home décor, confections, stationary, with Santa on hand for last minute requests and photographs.  Food and drink vendors will be sprinkled around the property, adding to the festive spirit.  From 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Society members can also enjoy a VIP Member Lounge in the Bryan Gallery and a 30% discount and private shopping time in the Museum Store.

All shoppers can enjoy live holiday music from the Bahama Village Music Program’s Joyful Voices Choir and House of Pan Steel Pan Drums ensemble, the Key West Saxophone Quartet, the End of the World Ukulele Gang, the Jamie Everett and Bob Boyd Trio, the Chosen Generation Gospel Choir along with the Southernmost Shimmies belly dancing troupe.

Adding to the festive cheer, the Society has resumed its popular Festival of Trees.  A series of holiday trees will line the museum’s porch decorated by students from Key West schools and sponsored by local businesses.  Holiday Bazaar spectators and shoppers will be able to “vote” for their favorite tree by making a small donation, proceeds of which will be split between the winning classroom the Society’s education department.  The trees will ultimately be donated to families in need by way of the Key West Housing Authority before the holidays.

After dark and throughout the evening, “Conch 5 Studios” Key West High School Students will thrill attendees with a magical animated projection show on the face of the museum set to music, an annual crowd favorite.  Questions about registering as a vendor or the event should be directed to Bonnie McInnis, Events Coordinator, at or 305-295-6616 ext. 115.

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