7 Can't-Miss May/June Events In The Palm Beaches
Get ready for the largest musical gathering in West Palm Beach. SunFest returns May 2 to 5 at the Waterfront. The four-day concert will feature performers including Keith Urban, Diplo, Earth, Wind & Fire, Don Omar and Bebe Rexha. (Tickets from $47; sunfest.com)
Architects, designers, builders and other teams will compete for a cause during the Palm Beach County Food Bank's Canstruction. From May 5 to 19 head to The Gardens Mall to view the teams' sculptured art made entirely of non-perishable foods, which will then be donated. (free; pbcfoodbank.org)
‘JOURNEY THROUGH THE HUMAN BRAIN'
Don't miss your chance to experience the “most advanced exhibit in the world” on the human brain at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. Its newest permanent exhibit, “Journey Through the Human Brain,” is now on display and dives deep into the molecular and cellular level, to the integrated circuity that creates fears, hopes and memories. (Ticket prices vary; sfsciencecenter.org/brain)
BORN TO DANCE
The Kravis Center will welcome Dance Theatre of Harlem on May 8 for a PEAK performance. Get an inside look at the talented ballet troupe that was founded 50 years ago in a church basement. (Tickets from $25; kravis.org)
FOOD & WINE
Join Friends of Jupiter Beach during the 10th annual Food & Wine Festival on May 18 at the Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk. Spend the afternoon enjoying bites from restaurants around town and mingling with those who support clean, dog-friendly beaches. (Tickets from $45; fjbfoodandwine.org)
‘THE ART OF SHERLOCK'
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens will welcome the pop-up exhibit, “The Art of Sherlock Holmes,” curated by author Phil Growick from May 10 to June 3. View 14 pieces of art that are interpretations of different short stories featuring Sherlock Holmes, all created by West Palm Beach artists. (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)
Head to Downtown at the Gardens every Friday night in June for the Summer Concert Series beginning June 7. Enjoy sweet sounds from tribute bands performing favorites from classics including Journey, Bon Jovi, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Buffett. (free; downtownatthegardens.com)