- Tons of bars have live entertainment on the weekends, including the Bel Air, Chaconia and Moon Over Bourbon Street, just to name a few. Some other discos offering an array of atmospheres are Cascade Club, Pier One (which hosts Latin dance parties) and The Parrot. Club Coconuts attracts young partiers.
- The Silver Stars Steel Orchestra can be seen in rehearsal at the Panyard in Port of Spain. Silver Stars plays at local parties, cruise ships or on the beach. If you want to tune up your musical talent, workshops for individuals or groups can be arranged.
- For a nightcap and music, Pelican brings in crowds Fridays and Saturdays. Also, Smokey and Bunty’s in St. James is popular. Keep in mind, St. James is normally livelier at night than Port of Spain.
- Though calmer than Trinidad, Tobago’s hotels offer dancing. Also, the Buccoo Folk Theatre puts on an entertaining show of dancing and calypso every Thursday.
- In Scarborough, El Tropical is frequented mostly by locals and has a live show every Saturday. Also, Michael’s Bar is recommended for pleasant conversation and evening entertainment. Don’t miss the three hot spots in the Crown Point area – Copra Tray, The Deep, and Toucan Inn and Bonkers.
- Sunday School on Buccoo Beach is a big party starting early every Sunday evening with live music and a DJ. Get a good days rest because the music goes
- Catch a local concert at MOBS 2, an outdoor music venue
- Mix nautical culture with a party atmosphere at Crew’s Inn or The Bight which are restaurant and bars located at marinas in Trinidad.
- For a more laid back evening event, try attending a theater production, movie house, or comedy show which are offered throughout the islands.
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