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Mongoose Junction to Launch Holiday With ‘Evening in the Courtyard’

The Love City Pan Dragons will perform on opening day of Mongoose Junction’s holiday season tradition. (Submitted photo)

Mongoose Junction will kick off the holiday season at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 26. Come and enjoy an evening of live music, delicious food, cold drinks and fabulous shopping.  This yearly St. John holiday tradition is hosted by the Mongoose Junction Merchants Association.

Also, the public can win a chance at one of two $500 shopping and dining sprees at Mongoose Junction. For every purchase at any of the shops during the event, patrons will receive one raffle ticket for a chance to win. The more one shops, the more chances to win! The Mongoose Junction Merchants Association will hold the $500 drawings throughout the evening, and a ticket holder does not need to be present to win.

Musical guests will include steel pan from the Love City Pan Dragons from 5:30-7:30 p.m., and the jazz duo Broheem with Love from 7-9 p.m.

Broheem with Love will perform at Mongoose Junction during the holday season. (Submitted photo)

Participating shopping destinations and restaurants include Arawak Expeditions, Bamboula, Bajo El Sol Gallery & Art Bar, St. John Brewer’s Brewtique, Caravan Gallery, Imperial Dynasty, Island Fancy, Little Switzerland, Lulee, Made on St. John, Just Beach, Portico, R&I PATTON Goldsmithing, Sugar Birds, The St. John Experience Gallery, Virgin Abis, 18/64 The Restaurant, Greengo’s Caribbean Cantina, Sun Dog Café, The Tap Room and St. John Scoops.

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Mongoose Junction is St. John’s premier shopping and dining destination, with a collection of unique shops and restaurants in a distinctively architectural and tropical setting. It’s just a five-minute walk from the ferry dock, and limited parking is available for patrons. The Merchants Association asks that those attending follow the Virgin Islands’ current social distancing and mask protocols.

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