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Cabana City

Easily one of the best party of the year turning Kingston's waterfront into what it should be. Tickets JMD 6,000, deck lounges USD 400, land cabanas USD 600, sea cabanas USD 700, sky cabanas USD 800. 18+ Ticket outlet Pita Grill, Village Plaza on Barbican Road across from Burger King.

Fine Art Exhibition

Don't miss it art lovers! Presented by the Portland Art Gallery.

Nirvana (Zen)

Nirvana has become one of Jamaica’s most talked about and loved events for the Christmas, combining the affordability of a bottle party with the environment and extras you would expect from the most premier events. The bottle party....perfected! Invitations only.

GT Extravaganza

G.T Taylor presents the annual reggae Christmas Extravaganza at the independence park, Black River, St. Elizabeth, featuring performances by some of Jamaica’s top reggae artists.  

Ethiopian Christmas

Rastafarians from across Jamaica gather at several venues (varies from year to year) for the Ethiopian Christmas celebration which is believed to be and celebrated on January 7th. 

Max Romeo All-White Party

The veteran reggae great celebrates his life and music with a concert, selectors, guest artists and friends.

Restaurant Week

One of the best times of year to sample the island's culinary offering, Restaurant Week is staged by Jamaica's leading newspaper together with ....

French Connection "Sparkle"

A New Years Eve party hosted at the Caymanas Polo Club, equipped with a drink-all-you-can-bar, ballrooms and topped off with a grand fireworks show at midnight. 

Flex Week

A week of pure entertainment, hosted in two cities and featuring ten scheduled events. Rum Bar Flex Week is quickly becoming one of Jamaica’s most anticipated chains of events. 

International Marlin Tournament

The Port Antonio Marlin Tournament attracts competitors from all over the world competing to see who can catch the largest blue marlin fish. The all day event includes a reception, parties, canoe races and other water sports to keep the fun going for non-fishermen.