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The Trifecta: Royal Palm Beach's action-packed weekend

Updated: Dec 16, 2022


Fall Concert Nights, Food Trucks and Movie Nights, and Meet and Greet With Santa are all happening this weekend at Royal Palm Beach Commons Park.

Photos by the Village of Royal Palm Beach.


Sponsored by the Village of Royal Palm Beach.


A triple combination of events are happening this weekend at Royal Palm Beach Commons Park.


On Friday, Dec. 16, Southern Blood closes out the Fall Concert Nights series, which began Sept. 2 and included seven shows in total.


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Southern Blood, the 5-year-old, South Florida-based quintet, calls itself a “salute to American Southern rock” and performs the material to prove it: Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Black Crowes, .38 Special, Marshall Tucker Band, Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, Blackberry Smoke and more.


Southern Blood features lead vocalist Jimi Robinette, guitarists and backing vocalists Greg Smolla and Thiago, bassist Alan Vine, and drummer Rodrigo Valente. You could say classic Southern sounds from the late 1960s through today are in their blood.


“We’ve all lived in South Florida for a long time,” Robinette says, “between West Palm Beach and Hollywood. We do have two immigrants in the band, one from Brazil and one from Uruguay, but they’ve been here for most of their lives."


The fall movie series closes Dec. 17 with “Paw Patrol: The Movie,” based on the popular cartoon television series.


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In “Paw Patrol: The Movie,” the patrol is called on to save Adventure City after patrol rival Humdinger becomes the mayor. Ryder and the gang are joined by Liberty, the crime-fighting dachshund.


The movie starts at 7 p.m. and is free. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, popcorn or anything else you would like during the show.


After making an appearance last weekend and at Winter Fest 2022, Santa is returning to Commons Park in Royal Palm Beach one more time. He is coming Saturday, Dec. 17, at Commons Park’s Sporting Center.


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The popular, family-friendly Meet and Greet With Santa provides photo opportunities for children. Santa will be at the sporting center at 11600 Poinciana Blvd. from 5 to 9 p.m.


The Commons Park facilities consist of a 17,000-square-foot sporting center with a furnished lobby, restrooms, offices, a canoe shop, a kitchen and diner, a banquet hall, and a 1,900-square-foot furnished patio. Also on the property are a driving range and an 18-hole golf course, a canoe launch, a splash fountain, 20 picnic tables, 3 miles of trails and a 19-acre lake.


Parking is available for these events throughout the park and at Village Hall. For further information, call 561-753-1232, or visit www.royalpalmbeach.com.



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