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.

Sort by: 18 Recommendations {{numTotalPoiResults}} {{ (numTotalPoiResults===1)?'Recommendation':'Recommendations' }} 0 Recommendations
CLEAR ALL Area Search CLEAR ALL
Loading...
Loading...
  • 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...

    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 Friday nights.

    Norman Manley Blvd., Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica
    876-957–4669
  • 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...

    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 until the wee hours on Friday and Saturday.

    Gloucester Ave., Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
    876-952–4777
  • 3. Bourbon Beach

    Bars/Pubs

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

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

    Norman Manley Blvd., Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica
    876-957–4432
  • 4. Club Ville

    Dance Clubs

    After 10, the Margaritaville restaurant turns into a hip and happening nightspot. DJs play reggae, house, and R&B along with occasional...

    After 10, the Margaritaville restaurant turns into a hip and happening nightspot. DJs play reggae, house, and R&B along with occasional live performances. Thursday night is Ladies Night and is especially popular among locals.

    Margaritaville, Gloucester Ave., Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
    876-952–4777
  • 5. Club Ville

    Dance Clubs

    After 10, Margaritaville transforms into this club, with a mix of the hottest tunes of the moment, along with occasional live performances from...

    After 10, Margaritaville transforms into this club, with a mix of the hottest tunes of the moment, along with occasional live performances from local entertainers.

    Margaritaville, Island Village, Ocho Rios, St. Ann, Jamaica
    876-675–8800
  • 6. 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...

    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, drinks, and use of the facilities from 6 pm to 2 am. (Bring a photo ID, and call a for reservation.)

    Norman Manley Blvd., Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica
    876-957–5200
  • 7. Margaritaville Negril

    Bars/Pubs

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

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

    Norman Manley Blvd., Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica
    876-957–4467
  • 8. Mosino Gaming Lounge

    Casinos

    The newest gaming lounge to open in Montego Bay, this has become a favorite for gamers and nongamers alike. It houses a full restaurant and...

    The newest gaming lounge to open in Montego Bay, this has become a favorite for gamers and nongamers alike. It houses a full restaurant and sports bar serving tasty apps and entrées. Visitors may try their luck at any of the 214 machines available here, including an assortment of virtual tables and slot machines.

    Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
    876-620–9202
  • 9. 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...

    You can't beat the sophisticated jazz, world music, and other low-key performances on Thursdays at this café and performance space. On Friday, it's rock, reggae, or alternative fusion, and once a month sees house music—this is one of the few venues for electronic music in Kingston. The Redbones Gallery rotates art shows once or twice a month, showcasing paintings, photography, sculptures, and sometimes even furniture. Films are screened once a week in the movie garden, usually Tuesday or Saturday. And the last Wednesday of the month brings an evening of poetry or fiction. Some events have a cover.

    1 Argyle Rd., Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
    876-978–8262
  • 10. Rick's Cafe

    Bars/Pubs

    Sunset brings the crowds for live reggae. ...

    Sunset brings the crowds for live reggae.

    West End Rd., Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica
    876-957–0380
  • 11. The Jungle

    Bars/Pubs

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

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

    Norman Manley Blvd., Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica
    876-957–4005
  • 12. Treasure Hunt Gaming Lounge

    Casinos

    One of the newer additions to Montego Bay's gaming scene, this lounge is in Ironshore's Whitter Village shopping complex. Guests can try their...

    One of the newer additions to Montego Bay's gaming scene, this lounge is in Ironshore's Whitter Village shopping complex. Guests can try their luck at slot machines or roulette tables or have a drink from the well-stocked bar.

    Whitter Village, Ocho Rios, St. Ann, Jamaica
  • 13. Usain Bolt's Tracks and Records

    Dance Clubs

    For fans of sprint superstar Usain Bolt, no trip to Kingston would be complete without a visit to his club, a combination casual restaurant...

    For fans of sprint superstar Usain Bolt, no trip to Kingston would be complete without a visit to his club, a combination casual restaurant and sports bar that's designed to look like a stadium. There are (of course) large-screen TVs. Upstairs, on the mezzanine, you can see the running shoes Bolt wore on many of his record-breaking runs as well as signed outfits from medal-winning events. A gift shop sells Bolt gear. When not breaking records or outrunning competitors, the big man himself regularly shows up at the bar.

    The Marketplace, Constant Spring Rd., Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
    876-906–3903
  • 14. Acropolis Gaming Lounge

    Casinos

    Formerly called Coral Cliff, the completely renovated gaming lounge is a hot spot on Montego Bay's "Hip Strip." Guests can try their luck at...

    Formerly called Coral Cliff, the completely renovated gaming lounge is a hot spot on Montego Bay's "Hip Strip." Guests can try their luck at the slot machines and roulette tables.

    165 Gloucester Ave., Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
  • 15. Coral Cliff

    Casinos

    You won't find massive casinos in Jamaica, although a growing number of resorts have slots-only gaming rooms. In Montego Bay, the largest of...

    You won't find massive casinos in Jamaica, although a growing number of resorts have slots-only gaming rooms. In Montego Bay, the largest of these is the Coral Cliff. Right on the Hip Strip, it has more than 120 slot machines. There are seasonal weekly slot tournaments, and complimentary drinks keep you in the mood. The gaming room is open 11 am–2 am daily.

    165 Gloucester Ave., Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
    876-952–4130
  • 16. 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...

    In New Kingston, Jonkanoo Lounge at the Wyndham Hotel shakes with the sounds of everything from reggae to rock, Wednesday through Sunday night. Friday night features up-and-coming reggae and dancehall artists while Thursday is Latin night with salsa dancing.

    Wyndham Hotel, 77 Knutsford Blvd., Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
    876-926–5430
  • 17. Peppers

    Dance Clubs

    Peppers is a favorite with locals who start the evening with a plate of spicy jerk before working off that meal on the dance floor. The open...

    Peppers is a favorite with locals who start the evening with a plate of spicy jerk before working off that meal on the dance floor. The open-air restaurant and nightclub features many theme nights.

    31 Upper Waterloo Rd., Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
    876-969–2421
  • 18. The Twisted Kilt Lounge

    Bars/Pubs

    The "Hip Strip" is home to this busy Irish pub. Especially popular with sports lovers for its big-screen TVs, this waterfront nightspot also...

    The "Hip Strip" is home to this busy Irish pub. Especially popular with sports lovers for its big-screen TVs, this waterfront nightspot also serves fish-and-chips and other pub grub.

    Gloucester Ave., Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
    876-952–9488

No nightlife Results

Please try a broader search, or expore these popular suggestions:

There are no results for {{ strDestName }} Nightlife in the searched map area with the above filters. Please try a different area on the map, or broaden your search with these popular suggestions:

Around the Web