Jamaica entertainment

Top Choice Live Music in Negril

Bourbon Beach

The best spot for live reggae on Seven Mile Beach, Bourbon Beach has hosted such greats as John Holt and Gregory Isaacs; younger talent appears on Thursdays. Saturday is dancehall night. The lively bar is open daily…
Live Music in Negril

Roots Bamboo

With a rotating roster of musicians anchored by a rock-solid ‘riddim’ section, the house Hurricane Band shows tourists a thing or two about roots music here each Wednesday. On selected Saturdays, big dancehall shows…
Spectator Sport in Kingston

Sabina Park

The place for cricket in Jamaica. The 30,000-seat arena hosted its first test match in 1929. Come here for international matches, and to watch the Jamaica Tallawahs play in the Caribbean Twenty20.
Live Music in Negril

Alfred’s Ocean Palace

This Negril institution is one of the oldest beach bars. The Live Reggae Beach Parties feature local and occasional international acts, beginning around 10pm and continuing deep into the night.
Horse Racing in Kingston

Caymanas Park

The horse races at Caymanas Park in Portmore, one of the best race tracks in the Caribbean (and immortalized in several classic ska songs), make for a lively outing and a real slice of traditional Jamaican life; get…
Theater in Kingston

Little Theatre

Jamaica's most active theatre, putting on plays, folk concerts and modern dance throughout the year. The National Dance Theatre Company performs here every July to August, while it's celebrated annual pantomime is h…
Live Music in Negril

MXIII

This is essentially a party lawn with speakers, where occasional music performances are held, such as the Bob Marley Birthday Bash in February. Call Kubba to find out what's happening and when.
Stadium in Kingston

National Stadium

Big-name concerts, track-and-field events such as the Boys & Girls Championships, and matches featuring the Reggae Boyz, Jamaica’s national football (soccer) team.
Theater in Kingston

Centre Stage Theatre

A leading light of Jamaica's thriving theater scene. Strong on local comedies, dramas and musicals, performed in patois and English.
Theater in Montego Bay

Fairfield Theatre

The home stage of MoBay’s innovative Little Theatre Company; check its Facebook page for info on upcoming shows.