Anguilla Nightlife

In late February or early March, on the first full moon before Easter, reggae star and impresario Bankie Banx stages Moonsplash, a three-day music festival that showcases local and imported talent. Anguilla Day's boat races, in May, are the most important sporting event of the year. At the end of July, the Anguilla Summer Festival has boat races by day and Carnival parades, calypso competitions,

and parties at night. Some years bring a jazz festival.

Most hotels and many restaurants offer live entertainment in high season and on weekends: it might include pianists, jazz combos, or traditional steel and calypso bands. Friday and Saturday, Sandy Ground is the hot spot; Wednesday and Sunday the action shifts to Shoal Bay.

Nightlife action doesn't really start until 11 and runs late into the night. Be aware that taxis are not readily available then. If you plan to take a cab back to your lodging at the end of the night, make arrangements in advance with the driver who brings you or with your hotel concierge.

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Elvis' Beach Bar

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Actually a boat, this is a great place to hear music and sip the best rum punch on Earth. You can also snack on Mexican food (try the...

Johnno's Beach Stop

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There's live music and alfresco dancing every night and on Sunday afternoon, when just about everybody drops by (on Sunday night, there's...

The Pumphouse

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In an old rock-salt factory, you can dance to live music most nights, drink craft beers, and snack on pub food. A mini museum has artifacts...


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