Foxy’s is the ONLY place to be for the biggest celebration of 2013! Old Year’s Night is renowned, world wide, for ringing in the New Year. Be part of the biggest weekend party in the Caribbean! Great Harbour is the destination and Foxy’s is the place. Eat, drink, and be merry with non-stop entertainment. At Foxy’s there’s always special entertainment for Old Year’s Eve. Headliners and local area bands are featured to provide non-stop music from dusk till dawn. Foxy’s own brew in four varieties, made from pure Caribbean waters, is on tap as well as his legendary Pain Killers, Dread Fox and Sly Fox libations. The first day of the new year is reserved for recovery.
We start off the weekend with Live Local Island Music with Foxy’s Famous Caribbean BBQ ($28 + gratuity). Stay and dance the night away because it’s the last Friday of the year!
After our finger licking good Carbibbean BBQ ($28 + gratuity) — Ya gotta be here to start partying with Maxx Cabello Jr., Christopher Martin, Volume International, DJ Avalanche, Flights of Fire and the LEGENDARY legendary Bunny Wailer.
While taking a breath and possibly overcoming your Saturday’s overindulgence, have a great dinner served to you on the Beach Level featuring some of the finest local fish & lobsters (caught by Foxy’s crew), prime beef, succulent pork and pasta entrees — all capped with our homemade desserts. And to work off these calories, dance until the wee hours with Live Music. Remember, the count down to 2014 has begun and you’ve got to be at Foxy’s!
Well, here it is, the best day/night of this Old Year at Foxy’s.
• BEACH LEVEL:
Great food and its presentation is where Foxy’s shines. On the Beach Level, our acclaimed Caribbean BBQ ($20 pp/first come first served starting at 6:30PM) is offered on the beachfront level, complete with ribs, chicken and freshly caught fish complemented by garden vegetables.
• UPPER CRUST:
For those that get their reservations in early, they are treated to a royal feast on the exclusive second level, our Upper Crust dining area. The lucky ones will enjoy a six course seafood and selected meats dinner, top shelf spirits (open bar including champagne), hats, noisemakers, elegant masquerade masks and a terrific view of the Outback venue. You’ll have unlimited access to both the Upper Crust and the Bunny Wailer Concert in the Outback all evening. It’s a dinner and entertainment evening that will go down in your memory book. Dining with a fabulous served dinner and open bar is a sought-after reservation. We’ve included everything for $400 per person including gratuity. Be sure to call or email soon because reservations go fast!
Leading off in the Outback, and back by popular demand, is Maxx Cabello Jr. followed by the reggae icon Christopher martin. After Volume International gives you their styles of island music. Our Headliner for Old Year’s Night is non other than Bunny Wailer. Bunny Wailer, also known as Bunny Livingston and affectionately as Jah B, is a singer songwriter and percussionist and was an original member of reggae group The Wailers along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. A three-time Grammy award winner, he is considered one of the longtime standard bearers of reggae music. He has been named by Newsweek as one of the three most important musicians in world music. We welcome Bunny Wailer to Jost Van Dyke to ring in the New Year. An After Bunny Wailer, Flights of Fire turns up the heat. Concert tickets for the Outback are $50 when purchased before the event, more at the door. (Ticket Outlets: Barefoot Buddha, Urban Threadz, Frenchtown Tire) or the Inter Island Ferry special combo ticket. Inter Island Ferry 340.776.6597 special combo ticket $100 includes transportation — pre-booking is a must for the Inter Island special. Concert admission is included with Upper Crust Reservations.
There’s music all night on the beach with DJ Avalanche, from 105.3 FM JAMZ, Virgin Island’s Premier DJ, doing it again this year. The hottest DJ in the Virgin Islands will guaranteeing a musical experience unlike any other starting after dinner and continuing after the Concert in the Outback, so you can party until the harbour is awash in the morning light.