New Year’s legendary party in the British Virgin Island, has thousands of visitors descend on the isle to welcoming in the New Year in special Caribbean style.
On the tiny British Virgin Island of Jost Van Dyke, New Year’s Eve is referred to as Old Year’s Night and spots like Foxy’s Tamarind Bar and Grand Harbour draw in crowds from around the world. Thousands of revelers both local and overseas attend the famous Jost Van Dyke New Year’s Eve party every year.
Known as one of the biggest parties in the Caribbean, the “Old Year’s” celebrations can last for 2 days. Foxy’s Tamarind Bar celebrates “Old Year’s Eve,” party with a different theme for the theatrics. With D.Js on multiple stages, there is live music, Caribbean cuisine and the island’s signature cocktails and party-goers normally come dressed in the typical Caribbean attire. At Foxy’s “Upper Crust” section, a special five-course dinner and VIP area await.
On the beach, bands play in the sand and a lobster barbecue is served. There is fireworks, foam parties and sleeping on the beach. Watch the sun go down and party until the sun comes up again with live music, dancing, eating, rum and more rum. For cocktails try the Foxy’s Firewater Rum. The first day of the new year is reserved for recovery and just relaxing at the beach.
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