It starts at night and runs until sunrise. You get to dance to the coolest music in the warm tropical nights. If you get tired you buy a reggae bed (a flattened cardboard box) and have a nap. Life doesn't get more chilled.
It's usually held in Jamaica but in 2009 it is going to be in Florida (USA) and Brazil - not sure why, see
Drive just a few miles out of Kingston and you find yourself climbing into the beautiful Blue Mountains. Producer of some of the finest coffee in the world. Setting for spectacular mountain views. And, especially at the weekend, scene of countless dance parties. You can hear the music throbbing from miles away. You can smell the party atmosphere too when you get a bit closer.
Take a break from reggae and dancehall for one night and have dinner in this Louisiana-flavoured jazz bar in what used to be a private house, within an old walled garden. It’s a little Bohemian oasis in downtown Kingston, with live music and poetry readings at night, and an antique vinyl collection all over the walls.
21 Braemar Avenue, Kingston
Tel: 1 876 978 6091
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