The nightlife on Grand Bahama Island can be an exciting part of your vacation. Exuberant, Junkanoo-inspired colours on select evenings at your resort, the local Wednesday night Fish Fry or the Port Lucaya Marketplace square can have you dancing into the evening hours for entertainment.
Sun, surf and sand will rule your days on Grand Bahama Island, however, live entertainment, music and evening activities will spice up your nights! Between energy-infused resort lounges, sunset cruises and shows, as well and many Bahamian cultural events, the island still has plenty to offer once the sun goes down. The Junkanoo Parade pays tribute to an important period in Bahamian history. During the days of slavery, slaves were permitted three days off; January 1st, December 25th and December 26th. The Junkanoo Festival would take place on December 26th and January 1st, while the 25th of December was dedicated to exchanging gifts and visiting friends.
Cozy up to a classic martini or island cocktail at one of our local bars. When the Bahamian sun goes down, be prepared for hours of bar hopping at the Port Lucaya Marketplace. Cocktails on the Bay, Rum Runners, and Fair Play are just a few of your choices! Tear up the dance floor as you move to Bahamian rhythm or groove to your favorite hits at the Wednesday night Fish Fry in Smith's Point. Enjoy even more local hot spots by asking your local Tour Guide or Taxi Driver to take you there!