West Palm Beach Concerts
The city of West Palm Beach is located along the Atlantic coast and in the southeastern part of the State of Florida. As of 2011, the census recorded 101, 043 residents in this city. West Palm Beach is also one of the hubs for economic growth in Florida as well as having an excellent education system. The performances of dance, music, opera and theatre are very active and alive as the forms of entertainment in this city.
The city of West Palm Beach is truly rich in culture and performing arts as well as history. One of the popular music and art festivals here in the city is the SunFest. Big names in the music industry have played in this festival such as Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, John Mayer, Lenny Kravitz, Carrie Underwood, Nelly, Ludacris, Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny G, Cyndi Lauper, Earth Wind and Fire, Pink Floyd, The Wailers and MGMT. Another significant festival in this city is the Palm Beach International Film Festival in which more than 120 films are showcased every year. Some of the musical groups stationed in West Palm Beach are the Palm Beach Opera, Palm Beach Pops and Miami City Ballet.
One of the entertainment centers is the Cruzan Amphitheatre, which is formerly known as the Sound Advice Amphitheatre. The Cruzan Amphitheatre is a musical venue for those who are looking for music performances and concerts as well as high class performances. This Amphitheatre features an open air venue that can accommodate as much as 19,000 spectators. The surroundings of this music venue also feature modern qualities. The South Florida Fairgrounds own this music venue. Rascal Flatts, The Journey, Zac Brown Band, 311, Dave Matthews Band, Jason Mraz and Jason Alden are some of the musicians (and groups) who have performed at the Cruzan Amphitheatre.
Another great place to visit is the Kravis Center. This venue is one of the best performing arts centers in this area. This venue is gaining popularity in the national and international level. The Center houses four performing venues and one of them is the Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall. This concert hall can accommodate 2,195 guests and this is the venue for music concerts and other top notch performances. Some of the groups who have performed here are the Palm Beach Opera, The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.