Seems like a new festival pops up about every two weeks in our parts.
This recent phenomenon isn't so awful, though; it never hurts to try to
Downtown Development Authority, hopes to attract 3,000-plus visitors to
the Meyer Amphitheatre so they can witness the talents of our area's
artists and musicians. Event organizers Art Nouveau Events -- known for
mounting strategically unrevealing body-painting parties at the Lounge --
have done their part too, culling a well-balanced array of local
The lineup includes six bands -- West Palm Beach grrrl
People Upstairs, the perfectly pleasant We Kill Giants, and rockin'
reggae sensation the Many Ones -- and more than 50 art vendors, body
painters, and interactive children's arts and crafts. Throw in a few
fire-breathers and a break dancer or two and just about every artistic
endeavor will be covered this day. General admission is free. High
rollers, pay $30 for VIP and receive two free drinks and added surprises
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with your tickets.
Check out the badass Bonnie Riot performing below:
Palm Beach Art and Music Festival kicks off at 4
p.m., Saturday, November 6, at Meyer Amphitheatre (104 Datura St., West Palm Beach). Call 561-833-8873, or visit here.