Sunday on the Waterfront is a free event organized by the City of West Palm Beach that takes place once a month at the Meyer Ampitheatre on Flagler Drive. This event is packed with live music, friends, food and fun. It usually starts at 04:30 pm and runs until 7:30 pm with local bands that can really bring the best of a dancer in you. Feel free to bring a chair or spread out a blanket on the green lawn and enjoy the show.
Next event is on Sunday April 13th from 04:30 PM to 7:30PM
Featuring: “The Romantics” – Rock Music
Opening Act: Red Skies
Bred on the mean streets of Detroitʼs east side and inspired by the British punk invasion and their hometown rock scene, The Romantics formally became a band on Valentineʼs Day, 1977. Nearly 30 years later they are still known for having created some of the most influential and beloved rock and roll of all time. Their musical credo, then and now, was a simple, joyful affirmation, epitomized by the “Hey!…uh-huh!” intro to “What I Like About You,” the unforgettable, high energy track that still bridges generations, times and musical genres. Today, in addition to being a staple on classic and contemporary rock radio, television commercials and movies; Sirius/XM Satellite radio has also embraced The Romantics and frequently play many of their top ten singles including “Talking In Your Sleep” and “One In A Million”.
Join us on the great Lawn along the waterfront Downtown West Palm Beach for this event and also the 3rd Friday of each month for a free concert series featuring the best local bands in the city and beyond playing smooth and cool melodies. You may bring your own beach chairs and blankets and enjoy tasty food and beverages.
Downtown West Palm Beach by the Waterfront
The city radiates extraordinary natural beauty in its environmentally sensitive lands to the west and its urban waterfront to the east running six miles along Flagler Drive. After a joyful Sunday on the Waterfront moment, you might want to try some other wonderful offers the city bring to all at night, maybe a nice dinning suggestion or extending the night at a bar or nightclub in nearby Clematis St , known to be the hottest street in the city.
West Palm Beach, being the largest and most populous city in Palm Beach County, Florida, it is host to many different restaurants open every day of the week and offering all types of foods.
Sunday on the Waterfront