Hard Rock Cafe Montego Bay

+1 876-953-6016
Sunset Drive, Freeport, Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica

Restaurant Hours:

Sunday - Thursday: 10:00AM - 11:00PM

Friday - Saturday: 10:00AM - 2:00AM

Bar Hours:

Sunday - Thursday: 10:00AM- 11:00PM

Friday - Saturday: 10:00AM - 2:00AM


Sunday - Thursday: 9:00AM- 10:00PM

Friday - Saturday: 9:00AM- 11:00PM

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Hard Rock Cafe Memorabilia

Bob Marley

Signed Check

Some artists are so culturally significant that they transcend pop stardom altogether. No one personifies this more than Rasta icon Bob Marley. The check on display is from Bob’s Tuff Gong Productions and was signed by Marley himself. It was made out to Ace Music – a south Florida instrument retailer.

Bob Marley

Uprising Artwork

This is part of the original artwork for ‘Uprising’ – Bob Marley’s final album. Released in 1980, ‘Uprising’ contains two of Marley’s most beloved songs – “Could You Be Loved” and “Redemption Song”.

Toots & the Maytals

Red Chi Guitar

This absolutely stunning “Chi” guitar was custom-built for Toots & the Maytals guitarist Carl Harvey by Canadian guitar builder Brian Mascarin. This was Carl’s main instrument both on stage and in the studio from 2002 to 2006.

Black Uhuru

Shirt and Jacket

As a founding member of Black Uhuru, reggae icon Don Carlos has been responsible for some of the most timeless anthems of the genre. He wore this ensemble on stage while performing in Hawaii in 2007.

Jimmy Buffet

Hohner 20 Harmonica

This classic Hohner Special 20 harmonica was donated to the Hard Rock collection by laid-back icon Jimmy Buffett. In 1996, Jimmy’s seaplane was shot at by police here in Jamaica when it was mistakenly identified as a drug smuggling plane. Bono from U2 was on board with Jimmy at the time and described it as “like being in the middle of a James Bond movie.” Buffett later wrote the song “Jamaica Mistaica” about the incident.

Johnny Cash

If I Were a Carpenter Lyrics

Country legend Johnny Cash signed this copy of Tim Hardin’s classic “If I were a Carpenter” – a song Cash often covered. Johnny and June Carter Cash owned the ‘Cinnamon Hill’ plantation here in Montego Bay for many years. The property is rumored to be haunted and Johnny wrote the song “The Ballad of Annie Palmer” about the area’s most famous ghost.

The Rolling Stones

Black Pants

Between 1969 and 1972 the Rolling Stones released ‘Let It Bleed’, ‘Sticky Fingers’ and ‘Exile on Main Street’ – three of the best rock ’n’ roll records ever and the creative pinnacle of their career. During this incredibly fertile time, legendary Stones guitarist Keith Richards owned these stylish trousers. Keith’s love of Jamaica is well documented and he’s owned a home here since the ‘70s.

Nicki Minaj

Black Sequined Mini Dress

Hip hop diva Nicki Minaj wore this dress in the pages of ‘Black Men’ magazine in August of 2010. Though she grew up in New York City, Nicki has true Caribbean roots – she was born in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago.

Fall Out Boy

Black Fender Bass

Bassist Pete Wentz of pop/punk group Fall Out Boy used this Squire Precision Bass on stage during the 2005 ‘Nintendo Fusion’ tour.

The Police

Synchronicity Shirt

This is a promotional shirt for the Police’s final album – 1983’s ‘Synchronicity’.

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