Discover fun things to do and family friendly events from Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach including music festivals, musical theater, comedy shows, rock, jazz and classical concerts, as well as many free outdoor events.
12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
| Juneteenth Celebration in Deerfield Beach |
Oveta McKeithen Recreational Complex, Deerfield Beach FL
3:00 pm - 11:00 pm
| Annual Wilton Manors Stonewall Pride Parade & Festival |
Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors FL
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
| Beerfest and Concert Under the Stars |
American German Club, Lake Worth FL
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
| City of Coral Springs Juneteenth Celebration |
Coral Springs Sportsplex, Coral Springs FL
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
| The Beach Boys headline City of Fort Lauderdale's 4th of July Spectacular |
Las Olas Oceanside Park, Fort Lauderdale FL
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
| City of Pompano Beach July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza |
Pompano Beach Fishing Pier, Pompano Beach FL
- Discover even more local events on our Food Truck & Green Markets calendar
Art Walk in Delray Beach first Friday of each month
MASS District Art Walk last Saturday of each month
The MASS (Music & Arts South of Sunrise) District FTL Artwalk is a FREE event on every last Saturday from 6pm-11pm. Join a budding array of art lovers and enthusiasts and explore the unique art community located in and around downtown Fort Lauderdale. With free parking at the corner of NE 9th St and NE 5th Ave, your evening can commence worry-free. Independent, one-of-a-kind, local galleries dot the streets of 4th Avenue and surrounding areas. Visit participating venues to experience an awesome night of art, music, food trucks, and entertainment. [Read more…]
Artwalk Participation at Sistrunk Marketplace in Fort Lauderdale
On the last Saturday of every month, beginning January 30, 2021, 6-11pm, head over to Sistrunk Marketplace for an indoor/outdoor Artwalk Market, located at 115 NW 6th St in Fort Lauderdale.
The 40,000 square foot facility features a food hall with 12 delicious kiosks (more opening soon), a full bar, a brewery, a distillery, a speakeasy lounge, multiple sound stages, a DJ and music production academy, and an eclectic SistrunKollective boutique.
The 59th Annual Delray Affair canceled
The Delray Affair has been held annually in Delray Beach for over 50 years. “While we are disappointed that we can’t hold the Delray Affair this year, we are already making plans for our 60th anniversary event in 2022. We plan to engage our entire community, working with our non-profit partners to bring arts and entertainment to venues all over Delray Beach,” said Stephanie Immelman, CEO of the Delray Beach Chamber. “In the meantime, I’m very happy that FMG took the reins and organized an event this year that will feature many of our perennial Delray Affair vendors.”
Visit DelrayAffair.com for more details.
Tortuga Music Festival 2021
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15th Annual Dania Beach Vintage Motorcycle Show
Originally scheduled for January 30th, the show has been canceled for 2021. New date is January 29, 2022.
Pompano Beach Seafood Festival postponed to April 22-24, 2022
It’s official! The 2021 POMPANO BEACH SEAFOOD FESTIVAL has been cancelled, with plans to return in full-force April 22-24, 2022.
“While we are disappointed, it is unrealistic to think we will be out of Covid restrictions by April,” said Festival Manager John Good. “The Seafood Festival is all about people gathering for food, music and fun. It does not work in a mask-wearing social distancing environment.”
“We agreed with city officials that it will be well into the summer or later before events like ours can even be considered. I want to thank the city and in particular Assistant City Manager Earl Bosworth for keeping lines of communication open as we worked our way through the options, before making this decision.”
For more than 35 years, the Seafood Festival, a not-for profit corporation, has been a cornerstone event in Pompano Beach that benefits a wide range of local charities and civic organizations. The festival tradition will be back at Community Park, with a refurbished (and covered) Amphitheater, April 22-24, 2022.
Festival officials want to thank not only the city, but all sponsors and vendors for their continuing support. [More info…]
SunFest postponed to April 28, 2022
SunFest officials announced today that they would not move forward with a reimagined event tentatively set for April 30 – May 2, 2021. The nonprofit festival, which has helped fans celebrate music and art for almost 40 years, was canceled in 2020 in light of the pandemic.
“While we knew that hosting a traditional SunFest would be challenging, we believed that the possible reward for our fans was worth the attempt,” said Paul Jamieson, SunFest executive director. “We were driven by the idea that our fans needed something to look forward to.”
Fans who purchased a ticket for 2020 will now have an extra incentive to continue to roll over the same ticket to 2022. “We want to say thank you to our fans for their loyalty and we are offering a ‘share SunFest with a friend’ ticket option – those who are holding onto a ticket from 2020 can now bring one friend to SunFest 2022 on us,” said Jamieson.
Save the dates of Thursday, April 28 – Sunday, May 1 for SunFest 2022. For more information about SunFest or to inquire about the ticket roll-over plan, please visit www.SunFest.com or call 561-659-5980.
City of Pembroke Pines Passes Ordinance Celebrating Juneteenth
At the January Commission Meeting, the City of Pembroke Pines passed an ordinance that makes Juneteenth an official City holiday beginning this year. Juneteenth marks June 19, 1865 as the date enslaved individuals in Galveston, TX learned they were free more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863.
“Juneteenth is a meaningful moment in history for the African American community and I’m very proud that our City is taking the necessary steps to recognize the significance of this day. It is important to afford opportunities for all employees and residents to celebrate freedom and equal rights,” said Commissioner Tom Good, who brought the item forward that was approved by the Mayor and Commissioners in a unanimous passing vote.
As part of the City of Pembroke Pines Code of Ordinances, Juneteenth will be a day of celebration in the city and a paid city holiday.
According to Juneteenth.com, Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. For more information, please visit www.juneteenth.com.
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