1 NOV.


The Strand Block Party has become legendary at the Halloween time of year.

Rather than doing it the weekend before, the savvy organisers have decided to schedule it for the day after 31 Oct.

The party includes four venues and the one admission fee gets you into all of them.

Tickets are $20 pre-sold and $25 at the gate.

This is from 8pm to 4am so may we suggest that whatever costume you choose to wear, it  involves a pair of Skechers? Expect many DJs in many rooms. Dare you enter?

1-3 NOV.


Rather than having a festival focussed on drinking with inevitable hangovers to follow, why not have a wellness
festival instead? That’s what Cayman Rejuvenate at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is all about.

Marketed as a three-day invigorating set of events for your mind and body, it features international trainers, instructors and dietitians ready to do good work on your behalf. You can buy tickets for individual sessions (held in locations throughout the resort) on caymanrejuvenate.com.

2 NOV.


The annual Feed Our Future fundraiser returns, but this time it will be held at Beach Deck at the Kimpton Seafire Resort.

This is a great night for foodies as they can graze at multiple food stations, courtesy of local chefs and restaurants.

Tropical cocktails will help wash it all down but don’t get too full to dance as DJ Selecta Renegade is in charge of the music.

Tickets are all-inclusive and only $175 per person.

Event starts at 6:30pm and runs until midnight.

Get tickets online at eventpro.ky.

7 NOV.


Buccaneers and wenches, pull on ye boots and gather ye buckles – the happiest of hours is the one that kicks off Pirates Week in Grand Cayman.

‘X’ marks the spot at Royal Palms Beach Club, starting at 4pm and going until a blistering-barnacles time of 2am.

Ye can leave ye treasure on the ship as admission is free!

Shadowkatz is live, along with music from DJs Glenroy and Mark Lee.

Watch yer intake of grog, lest ye be groggy at first light. Arrrhhh, me hearties!