The Royal Palm Beach Seafood Festival is a free admission event featuring a variety of fresh and delectable seafood dishes that will be available for purchase ranging from fish, conch, lobster, shrimp, oysters, crabs and more. The festival will also have a large outdoor Raw Bar and lounge area and several big-top shade tents for your dining comfort.
Location: Commons Park, 11600 Poinciana Blvd. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
Dates: March 16th& 17th, 2019
Event Hours: Saturday 11am to 8pm and Sunday 11am to 6pm
Cost: Free Admission. Free Parking.
This highly anticipated pet and family-friendly event has a little something for everyone. Guests will enjoy a great lineup of live entertainment on three stages and will have the opportunity to shop a bountiful assortment of unique and nautical themed merchandise and an assortment of arts and crafts vendors.
Kids can burn off some energy in the “Little Fins Kids’ Zone” with bounce houses, slides, interactive games and more. Wristbands will be available for purchase onsite each day. And what seafood event would be complete without pirates, mermaids and pirate ships? Kids of all ages will have the opportunity to meet a real mermaid and should be on the lookout for rogue pirate characters roaming about.
Guests will hear a mix of Rock, Reggae and Funk from Spred the Dub, the Island and Caribbean sounds of Bamboo, and energizing Reggae from the band Sweet Justice, Rock and Party Music by Jupiter Trailer Trash, as well as several other amazing solo acts performing your favorite songs from many different genres. Saturday’s headliner will include The Petty Hearts, a Tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Sunday will feature “U2 by UV”, a Tribute to Ireland’s most famous rock band, U2. Be sure to visit the festival’s web site for a schedule of performance times. www.royalpalmbeachseafoodfestival.com
Help support the seafood festival’s charity, The Children's Healing Institute by bringing an item on their wish list to drop off at the main entrance. The Children's Healing Institute is the leading source for child abuse prevention and family crisis management expertise in South Florida. They partner, on a long-term basis, with at-risk families referred to them by schools, hospitals, police and other community agencies. The families they serve ask for their help, and they are committed to protecting children by helping their parents. Ideas for family donations include Games and Toys that parents can do with their children for family nights and building relationships.
For more information please visit the festival’s website: www.RoyalPalmBeachSeafoodFestival.com