This time of year just begs for outdoor evening concerts at a park, an amphitheater or a street festival. Not sure of any? Let us help you with a few suggestions of local outdoor entertainment.
iThink Financial Amphitheatre (West Palm Beach)
Located in the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, the iThink Financial Amphitheatre is a modern 20,000-seat open-air music venue. This venue carries some of the biggest acts around. Coming this season are The Doobie Brothers (7/21), Incubus w/ Sublime (7/24), Chris Brown & Lil Baby (8/12), Dierks Bentley (8/19), Dave Matthews Band (8/20 & 8/22), Santana + Earth, Wind & Fire (8/26), OneRepublic (9/3), Wu-Tang Caln & Nas (9/20), KISS (9/21), Luke Bryan (9/30), Alice In Chains and Breaking Benjamin + Bush (10/1) and Zac Brown Band (10/9). These are just a few of the acts coming to the iThink Financial Amphitheatre right now. Check them out for future concerts.
Mizner Park Amphitheater (Boca Raton)
The Mizner Park Amphitheater is a state-of-the-art outdoor amphitheater, colonnade and concert green that can accommodate 4200 people. Some musical acts coming their way this season include Summer Series: Chicago Rewired, a tribute to Chicago (7/22), Summer Series: Absolute Queen, a tribute to Queen (7/29), 2nd Annual Battle of the Bands Competition (8/12), Lee Brice w/ Michael Ray and Jackson Dean (8/13) and UB40 w/ The Original Wailers, Maxi Priest and Big Mountain (9/1).
Clematis By Night (West Palm Beach)
Located in Centennial Square along Flagler Drive by the West Palm Beach Waterfront, Clematis By Night is the place to be. If you’re looking for live entertainment to add to your Thursday night itinerary, look no further than Clematis by Night. Chilling out South Florida style at this highly popular, award-winning weekly concert series has been a favorite West Palm Beach tradition for nearly 3 decades. Grab your lawn chair or a blanket and head to one of the liveliest Thursday nights in South Florida to check out their weekly lineup. The area’s best rock, R&B, reggae, blues, soul, swing, country, and Latin music is featured with live performances by popular national, regional and local bands. Every Thursday night is the time to stop by and take in a concert plus some food and drink while you’re here.
Not that these are the only outdoor venues serving great music, there three are super popular. But for a more local quieter venue try one of the Palm Beach County Amphitheaters: Sunset Cove Amphitheater (Boca Raton), Seabreeze Amphitheater (Jupiter) or Canyon Amphitheater (Boynton Beach). So, pick a concert and sit back and enjoy the evening air with your music.