For the most part, the liveliest late-night happenings that tourists take part in are in the major resort hotels and on the beach in Negril. Some all-inclusives offer a dinner-and-entertainment pass for $50–$100; call ahead and bring a photo ID. Daily Gleaner, the Jamaica Observer, and the Star (online and at newsstands) list who's playing when and where. In Negril, cars with loudspeakers sometimes drive the streets in the afternoon announcing that evening's hot spot.

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  • 1. Alfred's Ocean Palace

    Live Music

    You can find some of Negril's best live music at this bar, which stages reggae band performances right on the beach on Sunday, Tuesday, and...Read More

  • 2. Bourbon Beach


    This beach bar is popular for its live reggae music on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday nights. ...Read More

  • 3. Hedonism II

    Dance Clubs

    The sexy, always-packed disco here is a wild night out. Nonguest passes ($100 for couples and single men, $50 for single women) include meals...Read More

  • 4. Margaritaville Negril


    This popular party spot is right on the beach, so there is plenty of barefoot fun. ...Read More

  • 5. Rick's Cafe


    Sunset brings the crowds for live reggae. ...Read More

  • 6. The Jungle


    This hot night spot has two raised bars and a circular dance floor. ...Read More

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