SunFest Music and Art Festival by the Waterfront

An exciting music & art experience for the best entertainment at a festival ever.

SunFest West Palm Beach, the ultimate South Florida music & art festival along a waterfront, is a four-day festival of excellent music, food, art, and a great variety of entertainment. SunFest brings people from all over the state and the country to West Palm Beach to enjoy a music lineup that undoubtedly speaks volume about the festival.

Expect to encounter the best food experience, art, coolest people, and a whole lot more.

Plan your visit. The upcoming SunFest festival is April 30 – May 3, 2020
Location: Flagler Dr from Banyan Blvd to Lakeview Ave (See map below)
Thursday, April 30 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. | Friday, May 1 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, May 2 from noon to 11 p.m. | Sunday, May 3 from noon to 9 p.m.
For information call (561) 659-5980 and visit for tickets.

WPB Magazine has named SunFest a unique music & art festival experience. Read it here

The 2020 lineup will be announced in mid February.

Best of SunFest Photo Gallery

SunFest 2019 Video recaps

What to expect

Sunfest’s TGi5K.
Experience the breath-taking scenic course along West Palm Beach waterfront. The course starts at the Palm Beach Atlantic University, heads South and then turns into Flagler Drive. The finish line marks the heart of Sunfest, where all Friday night festivities will take place.

Fine Art & Craft Show
From Friday, May 4 to Sunday, May 5, works including jewelry, paintings, pottery, ceramics, wood, photography, sculptures, arts, crafts and more will be displayed for fest-goers to admire and potentially take back home with them.

Fireworks Show
On Sunday, May 5 at 9 p.m., get ready to break out your “ooohs” and “ahhhs.” Lighting up the night sky in beautiful bursts of red, green, blue, orange, purple, pink, yellow and white, the Sunfest’s firework show is one you won’t want to miss.


Reserve your spot in advance! There are a limited number of spaces. Enjoy the convenience of saving a spot before you leave home.

Parking does not include festival admission. No in and out privileges. (PARKING MUST BE PURCHASED BY 10 PM OF THE PRECEDING DAY, ex. Friday Parking must be purchased by 10 PM Thursday.) Parking to go on sale in Spring 2019.

1-Day Parking:
Northbridge Centre (Darth Vader Building) 400 N. Olive Ave./Corner of 4th Street
WPB Police Department Garage, Clematis Street Garage, Okeechobee Surface Lot
Evernia Street Garage
5-Day Parking:
WPB Police Department Garage, Clematis Street Garage
Evernia Street Garage

What to bring

Plastic bottled water (no more than 1 gallon), baby food or food for persons with medical conditions in approved containers only, and service animals for patrons with disabilities. Bags, backpacks and other hand-carried items are subject to inspection. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. Umbrellas, including beach umbrellas, may be brought in, but you may be asked to put them down in concert areas to allow all guests access to stage viewing. Only small non-professional cameras that do not have a removable lens will be allowed into SunFest. The shows are subject to copyright by the performing artists.

What not to bring

Coolers, bottles/beverages, food, pets, audio recording devices, frisbees, roller skates, scooters, skateboards, bicycles, in-line skates, professional still or video cameras, glow products, laser products, sports balls, water guns, weapons, knives, firearms, or explosives.Bags, backpacks and other hand-carried items are subject to inspection.

Club SunFest

For the Ultimate SunFest Fan! Food, Drinks, Restrooms, and a place to chill all by the Tire Kingdom & Bank of America Stages for less than $35* per day! Learn more

Gold Backstage Pass

Gold Backstage Pass is the ultimate all-inclusive package offering the best and most intimate experience SunFest has to offer. This is your ticket to a backstage experience with red carpet treatment every step of the way on each one of the stages. Learn more

Directions to SunFest West Palm Beach

You can also find restaurants and other nearby attractions here.

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