They were looking for thousands at Foxy's annual year-ender party on Jost Van Dyke. The 40-year tradition at the Great Harbor usually draws about 600 boats and 8,000 people on New Year's Eve, the Virgin Islands Daily News reported. "Everything is jamming," said Foxy Callwood, the dreadlocked businessman who started it all with a beach side bar so long ago. "There is eating and drinking and there is music on the big stage on the outback. It's just people having a good time."
There were good times on St. John, too. Not the least of which was Steve Simon's jazz concert/party at the Westin resort. Read all about it here.