New Lake Park Black Box Announces exciting lineup of entertainment

Formerly known as The Kelsey Theater, The Lake Park Black Box today announced an exciting lineup of live music and comedy events coming to this completely remodeled venue, including a newly decorated lobby available for art showings and corporate events.  The first shows will feature a tribute to Fleetwood Mac on November 28th.  December’s lineup will include world class comedians such as Lynne Koplitz and Comedy puppeteer Joselito Dapuppet as well as tribute bands such as The Pure Zeppelin Experience and Doors Alive. National touring acts also on the upcoming schedule include Vegas Comediennes Rita Rudner and Andrew Dice Clay, Latin Jazz Sensation Nestor Torres and many more.

With the realization that no event venue can operate without Covid-19 precautions, the Lake Park Black Box will be limiting seat sales to 50% or below for all shows.  In addition to other precautions, guests will be escorted to their seats only with their own parties and socially distanced from the next group of attendees.

A complete schedule of events can be found online:

About Lake Park Black Box

The Kelsey Theater was recently purchased by the same owners as Boca Black Box, a 275 seat intimate NY style theater located in the heart of Boca Raton. In Boca they have gained national recognition as the go to spot for national tours heading south of both comedians and headliners.  Their newly remodeled and renamed Lake Park Black Box provides a much larger room with a full professional stage and lighting to accommodate larger audiences and more national touring acts making stops in South Florida.

In addition to Boca Black Box and Lake Park Black Box, the same management team also produces shows for the Aventura Arts and Cultural Center, the Coral Springs Center for the Arts and the Tradition Town Hall in Port St. Lucie.

The Lake Park venue is located in a burgeoning entertainment district, drawing both locals and visitors from all over Palm Beach County.  The theater is located next door to The Brewhouse Gallery, a brewery, lounge, and art gallery.  The Town of Lake Park is a small geographic area wedged between PGA and West Palm Beach and is supportive of both this new entertainment district and local improvements while preserving historic resources. There is plenty of parking available at the theater and Lake Park is planning on building a stacked garage directly behind it.