Palm Beach County offers some of the coolest venues for live music. Whether you prefer to enjoy the tunes indoors or outdoors under the sun or stars, we have the perfect place for you!
Below are only a handful of options to choose from – from north to south Palm Beach County.
Square Grouper’s two locations – Jupiter and Fort Pierce – offer some of the best live music Palm Beach county has to offer. Check out their stocked calendar of events and you’ll see that there’s something happening almost every night of the week! Please note that guests must be 21 years old and over with proper ID to enter.
Swampgrass Willy’s offers a wide variety of live music options for either all ages or ages 21 and over. Some require a $5 cover, so be sure to check their live music calendar for all details. They also offer televised sports, great happy hour specials, pool tables and darts!
Located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, this Salvation Army building-turned-live music venue has been around since the late 1980’s. Well-known bands such The Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Misfits played here back in the day and have since become the huge music stars they are today.
Check out the events calendar, pull up a bar stool and enjoy great live music!
Since 1992 the Kravis Center has been the home to every genre of entertainment – Broadway plays, musicals, ballets, and some of the most notable musicians. Regardless of your taste in music – country, classical, jazz, alternative, we recommend checking out Kravis Center’s performance lineup.
Enjoy dinner beforehand at one of the many dining options in and around Rosemary Square in preparation for a beautiful evening ahead.
Don’t forget to pack your cowboy boots and hat when you visit West Palm Beach! Renegades Country Bar and Grill is the place to be for classic and modern square dancing and some of the best country music in the area.
Florida Georgia Line, Brad Paisley, and Dierks Bentley are just a few of the country music superstars to bless the stage!
You can’t miss Johnnie Brown’s if you’re in downtown Delray Beach. Aside from being located in the heart of all that Delray has to offer, you’ll be able to easily pinpoint Johnnie Brown’s as the place where crowds convene for a casual, fun atmosphere and great live music.
Enjoy a mixture of cover bands that you may have to look twice to realize they aren’t in fact the “real thing” and bands offering up their new ballads.
Elvis fans must check out Johnnie’s on Monday nights for a tribute show playing at 7:30 and 9:30p.
Arts Garage was created to connect the community and its guests to the world through the arts. Concerts are scheduled throughout the year – from acapella, jazz, blues, reggae, soul, swing, and world music.
When you find an establishment that is owned and operated by a musician, you are bound to find some of the best local, regional, and national bands. (The southern-style menu is not to miss as well!)
Check out the full event list and get ready to enjoy the intimate atmosphere, belly-warming food, and cool tunes year-round.
Located on the north side of the infamous Mizner Park, is the Mizner Park Amphitheater. Best described as an intimate outdoor music venue, the amphitheater’s stage has welcomed legends such as Rob Thomas and John Legend.
The calendar of events also offers movie nights and festivals so be sure to review beforehand!
Regardless if you are staying at a Hilton property in the northern portion of Palm Beach County or the south, you will not be remiss of a place to enjoy some live music!
If you want to listen to some great music under the stars, you have to check out Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach.
Concerts begin mid-May and run through the end of September, so be sure to check the lineup!
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