7 Can't-Miss April Events In The Palm Beaches

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The Lion King


Beginning April 24, the Kravis Center will host Disney’s “The Lion King” for a two-week engagement through May 5. This marks the performance’s premiere in West Palm Beach. (Ticket prices vary; kravis.org)

Taste of the Nation


On April 4, attend Palm Beach’s Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry at the Kravis Center. More than 50 of the area’s best chefs and mixologists, including Lindsay Autry, Clay Conley and Julien Gremaud, will whip up bites and drinks for the walk-around tasting. Funds will help bring an end to childhood hunger in Florida and across the U.S. (Tickets from $150; nokidhungry.org/palmbeach)

Lilly Pulitzer


In honor of Lilly Pulitzer’s 60th anniversary, the brand has partnered with publisher Assouline to produce a limited-edition coffee table book “Lilly Pulitzer,” available for purchase at Lilly Pulitzer store locations. The special edition offers a printed slipcase, gold foil edging, a ribbon marker and a special numbered certificate of authenticity. ($195; lillypulitzer.com)

craft beer


Celebrate South Florida’s booming craft beer scene with Palm Beach Zoo’s annual Brew at the Zoo event, taking place April 6. Sample beer from more than 25 local brewers within 100 miles of the zoo and pair them with bites from food truck stations. (Tickets from $10; palmbeachzoo.org)


Head to Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds on April 28 for the Sweet Corn Fiesta. Munch on hot and buttery corn grown locally in The Palm Beaches in addition to other food vendors, and enjoy live music and kids rides. (Ticket prices vary; sweetcornfiesta.com)

seven-day arts event


Take part in a seven-day arts event in downtown West Palm Beach beginning April 1. Art Affair will include a series of arts and cultural events such as the ninth annual Downtown West Palm Beach Arts festival and a live painting celebration on CityPlace Plaza featuring interactive demonstrations, workshops and more. (free; artaffairwpb.com)


Enjoy a marketplace of gourmet food and arts and crafts, in addition to live music during the Palm Beach County Seafood & Music Festival taking place from April 5 to 7 at the Abacoa Center. (free; paragonartevents.com)

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