South Florida Arts and Culture

Do you think South Florida has nothing to offer in terms of the Arts and Culture?

You’re wrong! South Florida has many locations to enjoy!

West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami all have arts to offer South Florida residents.  From concerts, to recent Broadway shows, to museums and sporting events, there’s plenty to experience in South Florida. Information about events is plentiful and if you plan, you’re bound to get the tickets you want.

West Palm Beach Arts in South Florida

Check out the Kravis Center for plays, comedians, and concerts. It’s located in downtown West Palm Beach, adjacent to City Place where attendees can grab a nice dinner and shop.  For major concerts, West Palm Beach is home to Perfect Vodka Amphitheater, and outdoor venue that holds almost 20,000 people and has a spacious lawn area. Palm Beach has a zoo, Lion Country Safari, and Spring Training baseball too.  If you’re looking for a science museum or art musuem, you’ll find them in West Palm Beach too!

South Florida Farmers Market

Fort Lauderdale Arts

Broward County has multiple locations to see a concert or show. The Broward Center for the Performing Arts hosts plays and concerts and the BB&T Center hosts major concerts and shows.  Smaller venues include Parker Playhouse and Pompano Beach Amphitheater for more intimate events.  Mizner Park has an amphitheater that draws top acts and the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood is grabbing its fair share of top shows.  Fort Lauderdale has a Science Museum, a soccer team, and hosts the NHL’s Florida Panthers. Check out the Farmers Markets that are around the area many weekends in the winter.

Miami Dade Arts

Downtown Miami has the Adrienne Arsht Center for plays, opera, ballet, and concerts.  The American Airlines arena has major concerts and is home of the NBA’s Miami Heat.  Miami has a zoo, Parrot Jungle, Miami Seaquarium, and a planetarium.  There are many places to view fine arts including the Wynwood Arts District and its home to Art Basel!  Miami is also home to the Miami Children’s Museum.

The above examples are just a start, there are many more local places to experience the South Florida Arts. All three counties are home to many arts and crafts fairs and festivals and all three are easily within driving distance for South Florida residents.

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