Jamaica

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. Blue Beat

    Live Music

    This lounge moves to a jazz groove on Friday nights and features techno and house music on others. It closes around 10:30 most nights but goes...Read More

  • 3. Redbones Blues Cafe

    Live Music

    You can't beat the sophisticated jazz, world music, and other low-key performances on Thursdays at this café and performance space. On Friday...Read More

  • 4. Jonkanoo Lounge

    Live Music

    In New Kingston, Jonkanoo Lounge at the Wyndham Hotel shakes with the sounds of everything from reggae to rock, Wednesday through Sunday night...Read More

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