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SunFest mixes big acts with local talent


Aerial view of two stages playing live music at SunFest with West Palm Beach, Palm Beach and the Lake Worth Lagoon in the background. [Photos by Sunfest]


SunFest returns this weekend, May 3 to 5, along the Lake Worth Lagoon in Downtown West Palm Beach with a new focus on local music and a revamped artist village joining the main-stage entertainment.


SunFest attendies dancing and listening to music.

 

The new Sandbar Stage is illuminating Florida bands and introducing fresh sounds to the community. The Fresh Local Artists series is at the forefront of this effort, which is made possible by the City of West Palm Beach, the Downtown Development Authority and the Palm Beach Boat Show Gives Back.




The SunFest Creative Arts Village is providing an immersive arts experience. Attendees can engage in artistic activities and interact with more than 40 artists, crafters and vendors offering fine art, upcycled goods, apparel and live demonstrations. Activities include pottery wheels, painting classes, henna tattoos and spin art. Artists are creating six giant murals throughout the weekend.

 

Other SunFest 2024 experiences include the Floating Bar for dancing, specialty libations and DJs around the clock, the Ford Experience for a look at Ford’s trucks, SUVs, and electric vehicles, and the Celsius Lounge for some essential energy.


The Ford Stage at last year's SunFest.

 

JaM Cellars, Grey Goose and Jack Daniel’s are serving drinks. New vendors such as Coolinary and The Parched Pig, Ela Curry & Cocktails, Okeechobee Prime Barbecue, and Tropical Smokehouse are selling food.




For foodies, SunFest is offering a three-hour, all-inclusive VIP dining experience, featuring panoramic views of the Ideal Nutrition Stage and VIP amenities. The themed offerings with this ticket are Street Food on Friday, Barbecue, Bourbon and Beats on Saturday, and a celebration of Cinco de Mayo with Tacos and Tequila on Sunday.


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Established in 1982, SunFest stands as Florida’s premier waterfront music festival, drawing over 85,000 visitors annually. For more information, visit www.sunfest.com.

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