Discover Palm Beach County
Palm Beach County has endless opportunities for entertainment and activities. Whether you are looking for a great culinary experience, vibrant nightlife, live musical performances, a Broadway show or a sports game where you can cheer on the local team; there is something for everyone.
PERFORMING ARTS & LIVE MUSIC
Cruzan / Coral Sky Amphitheatre
601-7 Sansburys Way | West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Facing west, this open-air music venue was named after the beautiful "coral" sunset that viewers experience while enjoying their favorite artist or band. This 20,000 seat venue has housed famous artists such as Phish, The Spice Girls, Lana Del Ray, O.A.R; and festivals such as Ozzfest, Crue Fest and Vans Warped Tour.
Eissey Theatre at Palm Beach State College
11051 Campus Dr, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Enjoy a night of live music, dance or theater performance on the Palm Beach State College campus. With enriching community and educational programs, this theatre is enjoyable for the whole family!
701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Visit the iconic downtown West Palm Beach performing arts center. This not-for-profit center became the first performing arts center in the world to install a custom-designed digital organ.
Maltz Jupiter Theater
1001 E. Indiantown Rd, Jupiter, FL 33477
This regional theatre houses local and national productions from Broadway musicals to dramas.
Palm Beach International Polo Club
3667 120th Ave S, Wellington, FL 33414
With nine polo fields, this equestrian club is known as one of the largest polo clubs in the world. This Polo Club also features an Olympic-size pool, a spa and fitness center, two tennis courts, a wine room, a tournament-approved croquet lawn and club, and the largest collection of polo books on earth.
Roger Dean Stadium
4751 Main St, Jupiter, FL 33458
If you are a baseball fan, this one is for you. The stadium is located in Abacoa and is the only stadium in the country to house four minor league teams. It also hosts two Major League Baseball teams for spring training: the Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals.