7 Events In The Palm Beaches Throughout February


Les Misérables

1. ‘Les Misérables’

The Kravis Center will present the Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon “Les Misérables” from Feb. 12 to 17. Set in 19th-century France, the musical tells the story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption. (Ticket prices vary; kravis.org)


2. ‘ForeverGlades’

“Jon Bon Jovi & Friends” is set to headline The Everglades Foundation’s “ForEverglades” Palm Beach benefit on Feb.16 at The Breakers Palm Beach. While helping support a cause that protects and restores America’s Everglades, the event will allow guests to enjoy a special live performance by the American rock legend. (Tickets from $1,250; evergladesfoundation.org)

3. South Florida Garlic Fest

The “Best Stinkin’ Party in South Florida” is headed to John Prince Park Feb. 9 and 10. Garlic Fest will feature a culinary lineup of more than 100 garlic-infused dishes and a diverse selection of national musical acts, including The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Strange Brew and Steel Pulse. (Tickets from $10; garlicfestfl.com)

Health & Wellness

4. Health & Wellness

Taking place Feb. 12 at Hilton West Palm Beach, the Women’s Health & Wellness Conference will bring experts together to discuss stress management; digestive, brain, gynecologic and lung health; arthritis; and skin cancer. This year’s keynote speaker is performance and wellness coach Heidi Hanna. ($250; jmcfoundation.org)

Gauntlet of Polo

5. Gauntlet of Polo

The world’s preeminent teams, most skilled athletes and finest horses will come together Feb. 13 for three months at the International Polo Club in Wellington to compete in the Gauntlet of Polo. Fans can watch as teams battle head-to-head for three cup titles. The team that wins all three tournaments will be crowned “Gauntlet Champion” and take home $1 million. (Ticket prices vary; internationalpoloclub.com)

Jewelry, Art & Antiques

6. Jewelry, Art & Antiques

Take a peek at coveted treasures available to be viewed and purchased during the 16th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. It returns to the Palm Beach County Convention Center from Feb. 13 to 19 with more than 170 international exhibitor collections on display. A special gallery presentation “Contemporary Focus” will also be featured. (Tickets from $20; palmbeachshowgroup.com)


7. ArtiGras

Ranked as a top art show in the United States, ArtiGras brings a juried exhibition of 300 fine artists from all over the country to the Palm Beaches. Stop by to view interactive art exhibits, and enjoy live music and demonstrations from Feb. 16 to 18 at Abacoa at Central Boulevard. (Ticket prices vary; artigras.org)

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