Entertainment in Kingston, Blue Mountains & the Southeast Coast

  • Entertainment 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.

  • Entertainment 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 a local to explain the complicated betting system. Take buses 17A, 18A, 20A from Half Way Tree (J$100).

  • Entertainment 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 its celebrated annual pantomime is held from late December through April.

  • Entertainment 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.

  • Entertainment 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.

  • Entertainment in Kingston

    Carib 5 Cinema

    Five screens showing what's new from Hollywood and screened live events. Tickets can be booked online.

  • Entertainment in Kingston

    Palace Cineplex

    Two screens showing the latest Hollywood hits; tickets can be booked online.

  • Entertainment in Kingston

    National Arena

    Indoor arena hosting live music, sports and other cultural events.