Entertainment in Roatan

After putting in a hard day at the beach, it’s always nice to unwind with some live entertainment. Several restaurants and bars in Roatan feature live music, while at others karaoke night is always a big draw.

West End is Roatan’s restaurant row, and several live performers entertain here, especially on weekends. Ginger’s and Sundowners are favorite venues for local performers.

In West Bay, Hangover Hut is a meeting place especially for Canadians and features poutine on the menu and frequent game nights, including euchre.

Across from the airport in Coxen Hole, Bodega 22 offers top shelf wines and cigars and Karaoke Night on Fridays. After sampling their wines, you can go to Prime 504 (named for Honduras’ international calling code) for the best steak on the island.

Herbie’s in French Harbour is a sports-themed restaurant in the style of Buffalo Wild Wings and hosts local singer-songwriter Patty McCulla on Wednesday and Thursday nights and island native Muddy on Friday and Saturday nights. Also a top venue in French Harbour is Ikigai. Robby Molina has been recognized as a top 100 chef in Central America and the menu fuses island cooking with Mediterranean and Asian fare. Kristi’s Overlook is a favorite spot for Tex-Mex food a few miles east of French Harbour.

If you find yourself on the east side, check out Bella’s near Politilly for frequent live performances, plus you can take a walk in her exquisite garden or cool off with a splash in her pool. Head over to Punta Gorda, where every Sunday night there is a street party, and on other days you can catch a dance performances by the local Garifuna, a unique culture with its own language and traditions. If you’re going to the very eastern end of the island, check out La Sirena, where owner Jimmy Andrade often hosts live performances and you can eat coconut shrimp over the open sea.

Check out the daily live performance schedule at https://tinyurl.com/roatanentertainment.

Each year in September, Roatan hosts the International Fishing Tournament in West End. The billfish catch-and-release extravaganza is centered on September 15, which is Independence Day in Honduras.

The biggest holiday on the Roatan calendar is Semana Santa, known in English as Holy Week. Starting the Wednesday before Easter and running through the weekend, visitors from throughout Central America fill the beaches and restaurants of Roatan.

If an outdoor music festival is more your speed, check out the Music Festival for the Angels at https://www.facebook.com/musicfestivalfortheangelsroatan/. Last year 1,800 people attended in Sandy Bay. The next event is scheduled for March 22, 2025. Proceeds support local charities.

The island boasts an 18-hole golf course, the Pete Dye-designed course at Pristine Bay on the island’s north side.

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