7 Things To Do In The Palm Beaches Throughout May And June

May 2018 Also on Digital Edition

What to do, see and lust over this season.

Sunfest

Pitbull, Billy Idol, Grouplove—the list goes on. Don’t miss out on four days of musical performances taking place along the Intracoastal in downtown West Palm Beach during this year’s SunFest from May 3 to 6. Plus, check out live artist demonstrations and performances at the Art District and a fireworks show. (Ticket prices vary; sunfest.com) 

Blues And Bayous

Rock icons John Fogerty and ZZ Top will take the stage during their “Blues and Bayous” tour on June 3 at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre. The performance will be a night to remember featuring some of Rock ‘n’ Blues’ biggest hits. (Tickets from $18.50; concerts1.livenation.com)

A Walk through History

In honor of Flagler Museum’s anniversary, it will be opening its doors free of charge on June 5 for “Founders Day,” during which guests can walk through Whitehall’s first floor and explore the museum’s extensive Gilded Age artifacts and art collection. (free; flaglermuseum.us/programs/founders-day)

Summer Jams 

Don’t miss out on Downtown at the Gardens’ “Summer Concert Series,” including a Jimmy Buffett tribute band set to take the stage June 15 at Downtown Park for friends and family members to enjoy. (free; downtownatthegardens.com)

Food and Wine Fest 

Join Friends of Jupiter Beach on May 19 for its ninth annual Food and Wine Festival taking place at the Jupiter Plaza Down Under. Browse more than 45 purveyors of foods, wines and other beverages, including Avocado Grill, Lynora’s Jupiter and Sweet Hearts Bakery. (Tickets from $20; fjbfoodandwine.org) 

Save the Tigers

Runners, reserve your spots for the Stacey Konwiser Memorial Save the Tiger 5K taking place at the Palm Beach Zoo on May 19. Not only can you run past the Tiger River habitat where two tigers live, but proceeds from the run/walk support an effort to protect tigers and their habitat in Malaysia where there are fewer than 250 Malayan tigers left in the wild. (Ticket prices vary; palmbeachzoo.org)

Something Rotten!

Go back in time to the 1590s with the Broadway hit “Something Rotten!” at the Kravis Center from May 1 to 6. Based in the Renaissance, the light-hearted musical follows the lives of brothers Nick and Nigel who set out to write the world’s first musical. (From $28; kravis.org/events/rotten)