Everyone on the island flocks to the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square nightly. It gets very, very crowded with people as the sunset approaches. I was able to take dozens of awesome photos with sailboats right in front of the low-lying sun. It's just a gorgeous sight. There are street entertainers (acrobats, jugglers, singers/musicians, dog acts, even a pig act, etc.), vendors selling light food and drinks, others selling unique handcrafted items (jewelry, woodwork, photo art, etc.). Everything is genuine Key West. Bring singles to tip the performers. It's a very high energy atmosphere. The crowds die down a lot after sunset, but it looks like some vendors and performers stay around for at least a couple of hours after. If you visit Key West, you HAVE to attend the Sunset Celebration, or you miss an important part of the Key West experience.
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