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In St Lucia, there’s always something to do, apart from doing island tours, piton hikes, snorkeling at our beautiful beaches, horseback riding, atv tours, zip-lining, and much more, we could go on and on. But all these activities are scheduled during the day, later in the evening, is it time to rest? NO…We St Lucians love party and good times, and would love for foreigners to come join in and enjoy with us.


Treasure Bay Casino

St Lucia’s first, and so far only, casino, located upstairs in the Baywalk Mall, has slot machines, roulette, blackjack and poker tables. It’s all very casual, there’s no dress code, and no passport or ID is needed to gain entry, though as the sign says at the entrance.

Opens Daily – 11am – 1am


Gros Islet Street Party

Every Friday night, the fishing village of Gros Islet lays on a good street party. Stalls sell BBQ fish, chicken, and other seafood, potent rum brews, ice cold local Piton beers in giant coolers. Giant loudspeakers belt out Caribbean beats, and crowds gather to watch local exhibitionists strut their stuff. The atmosphere is generally good natured and fun.

Starts from 8pm

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Anse La Raye Seafood Friday

This “fish fry” is an alternative Friday night street party to Gros Islet’s. Locals cook fish, lobster, crab cakes, conch, shrimp and octopus stew at booths along the waterfront street, and you dine at communal tables. Though there’s loud music and drinking, it’s less intense and more family-friendly than Gros Islet’s weekly knees-up, with more focus on the food.

Start from 8pm


The Pearl Friday Lime

Experience the spirit of St Lucia aboard The Pearl, join us for dining, dancing, entertainment and music by our top Djs on island. Nothing but fun, excitement, comfort and breathtaking views, There’ll be great food, drinks, DJ entertainment.

Every Friday Starts from 6:00pm


The Verve Party Spot

The bar has an ambience like no other. It exudes a party atmosphere that lightens your mood and invigorates the senses. Its flashing lights are something you can’t miss. It will fascinate you and keep you spellbound, and compel you to join the party!

Opens daily 5pm – 2am


Delirius Chill Spot

Great seafood and great late night fun is the mission of Delrius, one of St. Lucia’s most entertaining night life spots. The food is fresh, the bar is hopping, the drinks are tasty and powerful, not to mention served by an award-winning bartender, and the music is fantastic.

Opens daily – 11am – 12am


Arts & Heritage

Building on the celebration of Creole Day, which began in Saint Lucia in 1981, this month-long Festival is a celebration of the richness and diversity of Saint Lucia’s cultural, ethnic and artistic heritage. With musical, theatrical and other performances, with seminars and lectures, with varied culinary experiences, with street parties and with art exhibitions, this Festival will culminate on the week-end of 25 – 27 October with a celebration of International Creole Day in designated communities, marking the end of Saint Lucia’s first Summer of Festivals.

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