Music lovers don’t miss Sunfest 2019 May 2-5 at the Intercostal Waterway in downtown West Palm Beach. You’ll get to experience live performances of various singers and bands. There are other festivities for people to take part in. Below is a list of some of the artists going to hit the stage:
Tears For Fears
Earth, Wind & Fire
Sunfest also hosts Battle Of The Bands March 29. Bands will go head to head to make in the lineup.
this festival is for art lovers too. Check out the Art District where people view demonstrations and performances such as: Music, shopping, art work, jewelry and upcycled goods. There are other sunfestivities such as:
· Floating Bars — People can cool of from the boiling heat with a nice cool drink at the waterfront along Flagler Drive.
· Great Eats — There is always good food at Sunfest that keeps stomachs full.
· Chill Zone — Is a small area where people can recover from all the excitement of the festival. There is Eagles Nest Outfitter Lotus Lounge
· The Fireworks Show — On May 6 at 9 pm, Sunfest will end with a spectacular firework display that people will remember.
People love having fun in the sun. People on Facebook share their Sunfest experiences:
“Great music, food and wonderful vibes along the beautiful WPB waterfront.” said Lois Spatz
“Everything about sunfest is amazing. Diversity of music, art for viewing/sale, attendees are respectful, families with children having fun everywhere. Just a great time and can’t beat the value.” said Phil Mangina
“So much fun every year! Love the art and the music. There’s really nothing else like SunFest.” said Rachel Pepp
“My first time at Sunfest and my expectations were met in every area! The music options touched on every genre and there was so much to see and do!” said Jeremy Stegall
Sunfest has everything! Taking part in this music and art festival memories will be created that people will look back on with a smile. Bring families and friend to the Intercostal Waterway in downtown West Palm Beach and have a blast! Below is a video of this year’s music lineup.
It’s January and families in Palm Beach are excited. The South Florida Fair is for back (January 18, 2019 – February 3, 2019).The fair is where kids have a blast and for adults to turn back into kids for a few hours. There are a few things that make this fair the best attraction thepalmbeaches.com gives the details:
Rides, Rides Rides – Last year there was the Midway Sky Eye, a 155-foot-high portable observation wheel (North America’s largest!) with 36 gondolas for amazing views and romantic cuddles. Little ones can enjoy rides on Bulgy the Whale, Kiddie Bumper Boats, (tiny) Monster Trucks and dozens more while the teenagers get their thrills on the MegaDrop, Alpine Bobs, Zombie Apocalypse and dozens more spinning, whirling rides.
Fantastic Fair Food – Have a rumbling stomach? sink your teeth into the sweetness of a doughnut and the salty goodness of a burger in one bite with a Porky’s Doughnut Burger. Or why not cross breakfast and lunch into one tasty treat with Bianco’s Frosted Flakes Chicken on a Stick?
Parades, Cover Bands and Racing Pigs – Daily parades, including the “New Orleans on Ice” Ice Parades Show, transport visitors to Mardi Gras and dazzle them with ice-skating moves. On Saturday, January 27, the best rock tribute bands competed, including Crush N’ Roses (a Guns N’ Roses tribute band), Smokin’ (for fans of Boston) and ZZ’s Best (an homage to ZZ Top).
More Events at the South Florida Fairgrounds – Florida’s rich history comes to life at Yesteryear Village within the South Florida Fairgrounds year ‘round. Whether you’re visiting during the South Florida Fair or not, spend a few hours exploring life as it was before 1940 as told by live period actors in original and replicated buildings including an old schoolhouse, a farm, a blacksmith shop, and general store and period homes. The village is open year-round Thursday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fast cars, cocktails and live music bring thousands of people together each April at the South Florida Fairgrounds for the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction. This event showcases millions of dollars’ worth of beautifully restored classic cars.
People love to spend their time at the South Florida Fair and share their experiences on Facebook and Yelp:
“We had a blast on the rides, ate yummy/full of calories fair eats.” said Rabia a user on Yelp.com
“It was so much fun! I am ready to go again, so much to do, for everyone not just the little ones. Food omg you e never seen this much food in one location!” said Jeromy LaCorta a user on Facebook.com
“I go every single year with my family. We always enjoy some fair food and the rides. The expo center usually has interesting entertainment going on, and the yesteryear village that is on the fairgrounds is very unique.” Said Betsey L a user on Yelp.com
“The Ice Parade is really worth seeing, don’t miss it if you’re at the fair.” said user on Facebook.com
There are plenty of activities that families would love and shouldn’t miss. Taking part in the South Florida Fair will create fun loving memories that will never be forgotten. Below is a South Florida Fair Documentary.
Do you enjoy wining and dining? Don’t miss out on Palm Beach Food & Wine Fest December 13, 2018 -December 16, 2018:
• Setting – Various restaurant in Palm Beach Florida
• Experience – Allowing your taste buds explore the different types of foods and wines from well-known chiefs. Some of the chiefs taking part in this years feastival include:
And many more
According to thepalmbeaches.com The 2017 event was held at the quintessential Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach and at select locations on the island of Palm Beach and The Palm Beaches. This luscious event showcased some of the world’s most renowned chefs and wine industry leaders such as food legends Daniel Boulud, Robert Irvine, Marc Murphy, Elizabeth Falkner, and Jeff Mauro. Also in attendance were local favorites Clay Conley, Aaron Black and more than a dozen more. Below is a recap of last year’s event. Go to https://www.pbfoodwinefest.com for more info