7 Things To Do In The Palm Beaches Throughout March


What to do, see and lust over this season.


Support Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s mission to promote conservation of the oceans and threatened and endangered sea turtles during its annual TurtleFest on March 24. Experience up-close encounters with sea turtles, and don’t miss out on fine art, children’s games and activities, music and educational presentations. (free; marinelife.org)

Jason Mraz

Grammy Award-winning artist Jason Mraz will perform his hits acoustically during “An Evening with Jason Mraz” on March 16 at The Kravis Center. (Tickets from $45; kravis.org)

Cirque Italia

Dive into the magical world of Cirque Italia through March 4 under the white and blue big top tent across the street from the Palm Beach Kennel Club. From mesmerizing aerial performances to a contortionist, the water circus has something for all tastes and ages. (Tickets from $10; cirqueitalia.com)

Evening on Antique Row

Explore West Palm Beach’s specialty shops while attending “Evening on Antique Row” on March 3.  Taking place on Dixie Highway between Southern Boulevard and Monroe Drive, the street festival brings Antique Row to life with live entertainment, cocktails and bites from the area’s top restaurants. (Tickets from $40; hspbc.org)

Culinary Journey

Bacon and bourbon lovers, this one’s for you. Head to the Wellington Bacon & Bourbon Fest from March 23 to 25 at the Wellington Amphitheater for three days of culinary goodness. The fest will feature a menu of bacon and pork dishes from the sublime to insane, an eclectic selection of more than 40 varieties of bourbons and whiskeys, along with live entertainment and backyard games. (Ticket prices vary; baconbourbonfest.com)

Seafood Extravaganza

Let your taste buds run wild at the Jupiter Seafood Festival on March 3 and 4 at Carlin Park. Enjoy fresh local seafood, live music, nautical vendors and family rides. (Tickets from $10; jupiterseafoodfestival.net)

Plein Air Festival

The Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery will host a “Plein Air Festival” from March 3 to 11. Witness as artists paint outside, and participate in workshops and artist demos. Plus, guests will have a chance to view and purchase the wet paintings. (Ticket prices vary; lighthousearts.org)

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