Five Reasons SunFest Is Unusual, in a Good Way
2. The one time of the year that major recording artists come to downtown West Palm.
This is basically it. The only time that major players in the music industry come specifically to downtown West Palm Beach is for SunFest. It's wild that for 360 days of the year, no musicians wants to make a pit stop on Clematis unless it's for a bite to eat with their bubbies, but then, suddenly, we get them all at once. Enjoy it while you can.
Ian Witlen This guy agrees.
1. It's almost too reasonable.
Where other festivals gauge you with outrageous ticket prices, SunFest keeps it chill. The company at the helm is a 501(c) and wants everyone to have the chance to be a part of the good times. If you even planned ahead just a little bit, you could have copped a five-day pass for $61. That's less than $13 a day for admission to the biggest waterfront music and arts festival in South Florida. A beer at the arena costs just about that, so get it at SunFest while you can.
SunFest takes place from April 30 to May 4 along the Flagler Drive waterfront in West Palm Beach. Visit sunfest.com, or call 1-800-SUNFEST.