As the pirates set sail across the Caribbean, ready to approach the Cayman shores on Saturday, landlubbers are planning their own parties to make it a weekend to remember.

Epic Day Entertainment is hosting four musical events across the first weekend of Pirates week, beginning on Friday in George Town and ending at the Cayman Islands Yacht Club on Monday.

There will be something for everyone to enjoy, from live musicians to Top 40 party hits, electric house vibes and special guests.


Kicking off on Friday, visiting artists “Brothers Remedy” will headline at Margaritaville in George Town from 7 p.m. This is the duo’s third appearance in Cayman; they’ve been brought back by popular demand. If you haven’t made it to one of their previous gigs, this is your chance to right a terrible wrong.

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Nash Overstreet, Suckerbox and local singer McKenzie Brown will also perform.

Tickets for this event are only $10, available on the night at the entrance.

Lizzie Curious - Photo: Mike Hoffman
Lizzie Curious – Photo: Mike Hoffman


Saturday welcomes back “MUTINY” – a night of collective local DJs, also at Margaritaville.

The music starts at 4 p.m. and continues all the way through to midnight.

Who is your favorite DJ? Billy Corduroy, Lizzie Curious, Glenroy Murray, Jonesian, Urusai, Matt Banx, DJ Lin, Jahsun and Snarfbeatz will leave you spoilt for choice. You’ll need your best dancing shoes for this event.

Tickets are $10 on the night.

Sunday (at midnight)

On Sunday, the music and moves re-locate to Lillie’s and Warehouse nightclub in the Strand for the “Holiday Silence” party.


On public holiday Monday, it’s time to take to the seas, just as the pirates do, with “Brothers Remedy,” Nash Overstreet and The Neverines. This is the 3rd Rock the Boat event, and all previous ones have sold out.

Buy tickets in advance only at $30 each from the Epic Day Office in the Strand.

The boat leaves from the Cayman Islands Yacht Club at 2 p.m. sharp.

For more information, call 322-5341 or visit the Epic Day Entertainment Facebook page.

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