The Nightlife in Haiti's Capital has not really resumed since the recent protests

Some Haitian night club owners are complaining about a slow down in business recently. The nightlife has not really resumed in Haiti's Capital Port-au-Prince since the recent violent street protests.

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Many people are afraid to go out and many businesses are complaining about the lack of customers, according to recent news reports coming from Haiti.

The nightlife in Petion-Ville is slowly picking up and all seems to be going OK in the Haitian provinces but as we get closer to downtown Port-au-Prince things are are not going that well.

Days after the violent gas price protest, many musicians and music promoters complained about events (bal) that were cancelled. That's constituted a big loss of incom for the Haitian music industry and a loss of entertainment for party goers.

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