Clematis by Night is a wide popular public party that happens every Thursday evening in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. It is a series of free live music concerts from the area’s best musicians and groups. There’s plenty of food & beverage vendors, unique shopping opportunities, and it is a lot of fun. It takes place right across the Waterfront, offering a wonderful setting where you can relax and hang out with friends and family.
Clematis by Night takes place at Meyer Amphitheatre —104 Datura St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401— (see map below)
Free events produced by the City of West Palm Beach.
Hours: from 6 pm to 9 pm
Upcoming concert: September 23
Countdown to SunFest ’22 Mini Music Fest
Three South Florida-born bands will return to the West Palm Beach waterfront in honor of Clematis by Night’s countdown to SunFest ’22. The “Mini Music Fest” will feature two past SunFest Battle of the Bands winners: Citizen Badger (2019) and Chemradery (2017). In addition to live music, the Mini Music Fest will include large-scale lawn games, craft beer selections, selfie stations, SunFest trivia and giveaways, and more. General attendance is free
Patrons should follow all CDC guidelines. Attendees may bring blankets and chairs.
The band lineup is:
6 p.m. – Citizen Badger (Funky Folk Rock)
Citizen Badger, also known as America’s #1 millennial dad rock band, will kick off the festivities. The band draws influences from Father John Misty, Bruno Mars, Mouse Rat, Bo Burnham, Twenty One Pilots, and The Flaming Lips.
7:20 p.m. – Tabitha Meeks (Jazz/Folk)
Nashville-based Tabitha Meeks is a singer/songwriter with a unique blend of folk and jazz music. Her Norah Jones-style of singing and masterful piano improvisational skills, combined with her songwriting reminiscent of Randy Newman and Carole King, create a fun and timeless sound.
8 p.m. – Chemradery (Pop-Rock/Soul)
Chemradery is not a word in the English dictionary, but it might very well make it there if this band has anything to say about it. Led by singer Gray Scot, Chemradery came about when innovative minds merged their passion for music to create a sound that would inspire and leave a lasting impression on themselves and the listener.
During the event, you may park along Clematis street. Parking is free from 7 pm on. There are parking facilities nearby the event for a minimal fee. Valet parking is also available in front of the Pioneer Linens Store at 210 N Clematis St.
We invite you to upload your pictures to Instagram or Facebook and use #iLoveWPB or #WPBnow. Clematis by Night makes the city come alive at its best. There is always a great lineup, bands that have played multiples times and new performers too. They come from all over the state and some national acts too. This is a must-do event in West Palm Beach. Besides, the downtown area where CBN takes place is where you will find the city’s best dining scene and nightlife. For a list of restaurants, make sure to check these suggestions.