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Every Thursday night Mojitos & Bites at Papagayo Beach Plaza plays Salsa, Merengue, Kizomba & Bachata for a dedicated crowd of dance lovers.
Wednesday’s hottest party happens after everyone’s gone home for the night and the hot party people are just getting started.
Every Thursday night you can chill out on a lounge bed and watch a movie on a big screen on the beach.
Just sit back, relax and listen to the acoustic tunes of some of Curaçao’s finest live musicians while sipping your drink or enjoying a small bite.
Every Wednesday night Cabana Beach is transformed into a low-threshold party zone with live music on the beach
Every 1st Tuesday of the month Latin Lounge dances the night away and this time only on Bachata music.
Issavibe is a new concept looking to bring you hedonistic party experiences and tonight is their first night on the block.
Every Saturday Mood Beach gets their guests in the mood with live music or DJ’s to celebrate the sunset.
Every Saturday night piano man Tico Roberto lights up the beach with his friends to get you out of your chair and on the dance floor.
On Saturdays Emporio pulls out all the stops to get people on the floor dancing to sweet Latin and Urban tunes.
Every Saturday night Mojitos & Bites turns into an Urban walhalla with DJ Carlito, MC Hype, and friends.
Floris Suite Hotel’s gay happy hour is 2 hours of cheap drinks, friendly people, and enjoying a pool-side sunset.
In Curaçao we celebrate King’s Day with parties and fairs and the Rif Fort is one of the main locations.
Have dinner at one of the various restaurants in the Rif Fort and then dance the night away with Gino & Friends!
Old Dutch celebrates King’s Day as well with all the Dutch stuff you can stand and live music by local band Sleeves.
It’s King’s Day and the historic district of Pietermaai Smal celebrates this in style with loads of (old-Dutch) activities.
Downtown Willemstad has always been the hub of activity for Queen’s Day / King’s Day and so it will be again for King’s Day 2018.
The Scharloo neighborhood will do King’s Day the Hello Skalo way and lots of international/local food.