PALM BEACH COUNTY STREETS ARE PAVED WITH CULTURE THIS SPRING;
FESTIVAL SEASON IS A MAGNET FOR TOURISTS
From art-watchers to sea turtle lovers, visitors to The Palm Beaches enjoy
interactive cultural experiences in spring and summer
Lake Worth, March 16 — The Palm Beaches, Florida’s Cultural Capital®, is being transformed into a cultural paradise this spring and summer bursting with arts festivals and events for visitors. In addition to its more than 200 cultural organizations and 42,000 cultural experiences, Palm Beach County’s streets become a culture-rich interactive landscape with festivals and celebrations to inspire and delight every interest.
From a “Bacon and Bourbon Fest” to an international film festival, cultural tourists in The Palm Beaches will enjoy art, performance, dance, food, ecotourism and historical celebrations.
Festival season in The Palm Beaches includes Festival of the Arts BOCA, Delray Beach Bacon & Bourbon Fest, The Palm Event Wine & Motoring Festival, TurtleFest, All People’s Day Diversity Festival, Palm Beach International Film Festival, Hatsume (Japanese) Fair, SunFest and many more. A complete list of festivals can be found along with photos, at tinyurl.com/PalmBeachCounty-spring-2016
For a complete calendar and information on visiting Palm Beach County cultural venues, please visit palmbeachculture.com
About the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is the official support agency for arts and culture in The Palm Beaches, serving non-profit organizations, artists and arts districts. The Cultural Council administers $4.5 million in grants annually, supports arts and cultural education, provides capacity-building training, and advocates for arts funding and arts-friendly policies. The Council promotes Palm Beach County’s cultural experiences to visitors and residents through multi-platform marketing and public information programs, including its one-of-a-kind Cultural Concierge service.
The Cultural Council presents exhibitions featuring Palm Beach County artists and provides additional programming at its headquarters in the historic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building, an iconic Streamline Moderne former movie theater in Downtown Lake Worth. Also at the Cultural Council headquarters are the Roe Green Uniquely Palm Beach Store featuring products by Palm Beach County artists, and the Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Visitor Information Center, a VISIT FLORIDA designated Florida Certified Tourism information Center.
The Cultural Council galleries, visitor information center and store are open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Connect with the Council at palmbeachculture.com
or (561) 471-2901.