For a perfect weekend outing by the waterfront in downtown West Palm Beach, Sunday on the Waterfront features a fantastic way to relax and unwind with friends and family on a Sunday afternoon, the third Sunday of each month, usually at the Meyer Ampitheatre on Flagler Drive.
At this event guests are invited to grab their blankets and lawn chairs and come down to the waterfront, grab a drink and food from onsite vendors, and sway to the tunes good music. It gets packed with live music, friends, food, and fun!
Plan your visit: Sunday on the Waterfront music concerts happens at:
Meyer Amphitheater on 104 Datura St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Hours: from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Upcoming Sunday on the Waterfront:
June 20: The Sauce Boss
Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton has brought his swamp-funk, slide guitar-one-man band, and a pot of gumbo all across the US and to Canada, Europe, and Asia. Sauce Boss cooks gumbo while performing; serving up bowls to the audience at the end of the shows. He has served well over 200,000 people for free at his legendary live shows. Sauce Boss is the guy Jimmy Buffett sings about in “I Will Play for Gumbo”. Wharton’s blues anthem, “Let the Big Dog Eat”, has been covered by many, including Albert Castiglia. His version was #1 on the Roots Music Report for twelve weeks. The tune was also in Jonathan Demme’s movie “Something Wild”. Now, Bill’s music will be featured throughout the soundtrack in the documentary, “Jimmy Carter – Rock and Roll President”, debuting early in 2020.
Masks are required when entering the event, ordering food and beverages at onsite vendors, and using onsite restrooms. Attendees may bring blankets and chairs.
VIP tickets are $25 plus a small Eventbrite processing fee and include pod seating closest to the stage, a high-top table, and unlimited free popcorn. VIP reservations will be held for the duration of the event and are not available to walk-up guests.