7 April Events Happening In The Palm Beaches That You Don’t Want To Miss


What to do, see and lust over this season.

Brew at the Zoo

Enjoy more than 60 craft beer samples from local brewers while strolling the Palm Beach Zoo grounds to view amazing wildlife during Brew at the Zoo on April 7. The best part? Each beer is brewed within 100 miles of the zoo, making this the lowest carbon footprint beer festival in the Southeast. (Tickets from $15; palmbeachzoo.org)

Wild & Scenic

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act during the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on April 14 at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. Bring a chair to view international short films that show the challenges facing our planet and the work being done to protect it. ($10; jupiterlighthouse.org)

Taste of the Nation

Help No Kid Hungry with its work to end childhood hunger in America during Taste of the Nation on April 5 at The Kravis Center. The tasting event features live music, games, auctions and gourmet cuisine and cocktails by the city’s top chefs and mixologists. (Tickets from $150; events.nokidhungry.org)

New Works Theatre Festival

Journey through the creative process at the New Works Theatre Festival from April 16 to 21 at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Along with student musicals, the festival showcases work from playwrights Christopher Demos-Brown and Ryan Scott Oliver. (free; jupitertheatre.org)

The Science of Invisibility

Tap the mind of a hacker on April 4 at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium’s annual benefit, “The Science of Invisibility: An Evening with Kevin Mitnick.” During the presentation, taking place at The Breakers, Mitnick, , formerly one the FBI’s most wanted, will put on live demonstrations. ($600; sfsciencecenter.org)

Sweet Corn Fiesta

Grin from ear to ear while enjoying corn and food from local vendors at the Sweet Corn Fiesta, taking place April 29 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. The event features live music, kids’ rides and corn competitions, including professional competitive corn eating. ($10;

David Foster

Meet the man who’s behind the hit songs and award-winning albums by Whitney Houston, Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban on April 22 at the Kravis Center when Grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer David Foster showcases his legendary talent during “An Intimate Evening with David Foster.” (Tickets from $20; kravis.org)

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