Barnes Bay
P.O. Box 8028
West End, AI-2640 Anguilla
T: +1 264 497 7000
F: +1 264 497 7100
Reservations:
+ 1 800 578 0283 (from the U.S.)

    2014 New Year’s Eve Festivities

    Celebrate into the New Year on the Sunset Pool Deck with music, dancing and celebration.

    • Master of Ceremonies: Billy Harris of "Hanging with Harris"
    • Lee England Jr., Violinist performs at 10 pm 
    • Wish Lanterns at Sunset Deck 10 pm 
    • Pentatonix Performance at 11:30 pm 
    • Countdown to midnight 
    • Lost Kings DJ Set 12:15 a.m. 

    Enjoy private table service at selected locations. Table reservations will be taken in advance: 

    Inside of Sunset Bar and Lounge:
    Table arrangements inside Sunset Lounge include three bottles of Dom Perignon Champagne as well as bottle service with the choice of three top shelf bottles of liquor. Reserve Now

    On the lawn, the Club Garden:
    Table arrangements in the Club Garden include two bottles of Veuve Clicquot Champagne as well as bottle service with the choice of two bottles of your choice of liquor with accompaniments. Reserve Now

     Our New Year’s Eve celebrations are for resort guests only.

    *Prices Subject to Change.

    Pentatonix
    Vocal sensations and winners of Season 3 of NBC’s The Sing-Off, Pentatonix are taking instrument-free music far beyond anyone’s wildest expectations.  Named after the world’s most widely recognized five-note music scale, this quintet has transformed one of pop music’s purest and most soulful expressions into an exciting future, filled with limitless sonic possibility.  From their original tracks to their intricate reimagining of pop hits and epically complex arrangements and medleys, Pentatonix have quickly developed a sound and style that is entirely unique and undeniably infectious.

    Lee England Jr.
    A virtuoso violinist with a soulful voice. His laid back demeanor contradicts his exciting and captivating performances. Lee obtained three degrees (B.S. Music Business, B.A. Music Performance, and B.A. Music Education) at Southern Illinois University. Although classically trained, when asked to describe his style, Lee says, “It’s a musical gumbo consisting of rhythm, blues, gospel, jazz, Hip-Hop and symphonic soul.” With a keen ear and firm understanding of music, Lee’s ability to improvise has landed him at the top of the musical race very early. Lee is one of the most sought after in-studio recording artists because of his ability to play just about any instrument set before him. With his natural humility as the guide, Lee finds his way into both the hearts of the youthful and seasoned, on and off the stage. Indeed, great things are in store for Lee England Jr., and this is just the beginning of the world bearing witness to “The Lee England Experience.” Most recently Lee has signed on to represent the Jordan Brand. Michael Jordan, after seeing Lee perform, immediately and personally offered Lee the opportunity to represent the brand. Since then Lee has played the National Anthem and provided halftime entertainment for NBA teams all across the country to standing ovations. Lee England Jr., “The Michael Jordan of the Violin.”


    Lost Kings
    Who would've ever thought that a producing duo could've started from a chance "casual" encounter on Craigslist.... Just kidding, Robert Gainley and Dr. No, knew of each other for a while but had never really talked about working together. It took a good amount of whiskey before they decided they wanted to see what would happen if they collaborated on a remix. The following week they sat down, put in some work, and were amazed by the results. Truly impressed by what they just created, they decided to join forces, because what's better than one handsome man who's prone to fast and saucy behavior? Two handsome men that are prone to fast and saucy behavior. This duo has gained a lot of steam in a short amount of time and have already been supported by some of the bigger players in the game. This is only the beginning of what should be an exciting path for this duo. These two young men are often compared to Karl Malone and Jon Stockton, they always deliver and they like to wear high shorts.