The day doesn’t have to completely come to an end when the sun sets in Guam. There are many ways to spend the night out in the town. Guam is just as beautiful in the evenings as it is during the day! Here are 7 ways to enjoy Guam after dark.
Chamorro Traditional Shows
There is something about traditional dance that brings worlds together. It serves a common purpose of preserving cultural heritage through visual and performing arts. This is especially true for Guam, whether it’s to celebrate rites of passage or to bring history to life, traditional dance is key to keeping the culture of the Chamorros alive.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see the spirit of the Chamorro dancers as they bring their culture, traditions and history to you. Guam’s largest yearly celebrations of Chamorro dance are The Dinana’ Minagof Festival, which is held every February, and the Dinana Pa’a Taotao Tano’ Chamorro Dance Competition & Festival, which are usually held in June. There is also the dance performance held at the Chamorro Village Night Market that is presented every Wednesday. All of these festivals are events the whole family can enjoy.
At the end of the day, sometime Mother Nature provides the perfect evening adventure. The clear skies over Guam is the best backdrop for stargazing. The long stretch along Tumon Bay to the south side coastlines of Guam can be filled with stars and are simply breathtaking. You might even chance upon more than your usual share of shooting stars.
Encore! Where The Magic Happens
A show presented in a newly renovated theater at the Fiesta Resort Guam. It features Master Magician Anthony Reed, who teamed up with award-winning Silent Comedian Mr. Robb. They present to you a dynamic evening of magic, illusions, thrilling stunts and hilarious comedy. The show also features Rio!, Guam’s only white lion who has captivated audiences since his debut.
All performances are suitable for the whole family. Enjoy the amazing Encore! Where The Magic Happens with one of Guam’s most popular dinner package options.
Tumon Night Market
Held every Saturday night from 5pm-10pm, the market is held at Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park or Ypao Beach. It is an event that is open to the public and offers free admission. In a lively fiesta atmosphere, the market is sure to be fun and entertaining with live bands playing and with various fun activities for kids to enjoy.
With over two dozen food stalls and food trucks serving Chamorro barbecue, and other delectable local dishes. The Tumon Night Market also features many independent retailers and artisans that were carefully curated in order to offer visitors a variety of goods of locally made products, toys and gifts.
Tagada Amusement Park
The amusement park is open from 3pm to midnight on weekends, and from 4 pm to 11:30pm on weekdays. This is the place to go if you’re looking for an adrenaline rush and heart-pounding thrills in Guam. Hop on bumper cars, hang on tight on the Tagada Disco as it bounces you around or swing on The Viking up and down the Tumon sky.
Tickets are sold individually or in packages, with special rates for members.