Inaguans love to entertain and the nighttime offerings here let you experience all the southern charm the island is known for. Hang out at nightspots for karaoke and friendly competition at dominoes. Join in to kick off the weekend on Thursdays, when locals gather at Kiwanis Park early in the evening to sip a local brew and listen to DJ or piped music. Later on, they head to late night spots for disco dancing to the latest tunes. The merrymaking continues each night through Saturday, and oftentimes when someone is celebrating a birthday their party is open to all, including visitors. Serenading is popular in Inagua during Festival month in August and in December for the Christmas holidays. A band rides around town on a flat-bed truck playing music, and visitors can jump onboard and scrape a saw or shake a bell with the residents. Seafood Fest in October features a concert in Kiwanis Park to showcase local talent. Artists from Inagua have made contributions to Bahamian folk music, gospel, Junkanoo, and Rake & Scrape. Eugene Davis got his start in Inagua, and other local and nationally known artists include Stileet, Avvy, Basie, Hal McIntosh, Donnie & The Boys, The Contact Band, Troy Knowles, Rudell Capron, and Garnet Gray.