What’s Happening in Cultural Capital of the Sunshine State?

Cultural Capital of Florida
Posted on February 7, 2017

As the Cultural Capital of Florida, The Palm Beaches boast more than 200 art and cultural venues and events. This winter through spring, experience the arts for yourself! Begin your artistic exploration with these upcoming events.

Artigras (February 18-20)

ArtiGras had its humble beginning on the North Palm Beach Country Club driving range more than a quarter century ago. But don’t let being that fool you, because this local art show has grown into a nationally recognized arts festival and ranked in the top 50 of America’s Best Art Fairs. With live music and artists creating everything from oil paintings and pottery to mixed media sculptures and fine jewelry, everyone is sure to find something to capture the eye or touch the soul.

Festival of the Arts BOCA (March 2 -12)
The Festival of the Arts BOCA is an extraordinary, multi-day cultural arts event illustrating why Boca Raton and The Palm Beaches are Florida’s Cultural Capital®. Audiences will delight in some of the world’s most sought-after jazz, opera and classical performers, as well as recognized, award-winning authors and speakers.

55th year of the Delray Affair (April 7-9)

The Delray Affair is the largest arts & craft festival in the Southeast United States. The event takes place along the palm tree lined downtown streets of Delray Beach and stretches 12 city blocks from the Intracoastal to NW 2nd Avenue. The Delray Affair has received numerous awards for its ‘eclectic’ mixture of fine art, great crafts and funky products from around the world. Last year, artists and crafters from 30 states and twelve countries exhibited at the Delray Affair.

SunFest (May 3-7)
SunFest is Florida’s largest music, art and waterfront festival. The popular event is held along the scenic Flagler waterfront in West Palm Beach, and includes a range of music performances from legends to up‐and‐comers. SunFest features 50 bands on three stages and works of 150 artists at the Juried Fine Art and Craft Show.

Lucky for residents of Peninsula on the Intracoastal, taking in the art and culture is easy with all these fun events nearby. During the time homeowners spend at Peninsula, they will find their homes luxurious and easy to maintain allowing more time for fun. Act fast on the 3-Story townhomes from the $300s and expansive condominiums from the $400s. For more information on Peninsula’s waterfront residences, click here

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