7 Things To Do This January In Palm Beach County



Explore a showcase of paintings, sculptures, videos and art from emerging talent and masters alike. The annual art fair Art Palm Beach runs from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. The long-standing event prides itself on its modern and contemporary world-class art. (Tickets from $8; nextlevelfairs.com/artpalmbeach)



Vegans, vegetarians and omnivores can come together in healthy harmony at VegFest on Jan. 19 at Meyer Amphitheater. Along with vegan food, shop everything from yoga apparel to skincare or have some fun with friends while playing lawn games including corn hole and giant Jenga. If you’re planning on eating, don’t forget your reusable bottle, plate and cutlery. (Free; pbvegfest.com)


The hit musical “Hamilton” is headed to the Kravis Center Jan. 28 to Feb. 16. This musical biography features a score by Lin-Manuel Miranda that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway for a unique experience of American history through today’s lens. (Tickets from $67.50; go.kravis.org)


“With These Hands” will showcase 14 of Jim Rennert’s iconic sculptures beginning Jan. 9. Business suited figures portray “the everyman” with the struggles and emotions of the modern person. The exhibit at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens includes Rennert’s iconic figure Think Big. (Tickets from $7; ansg.org)


Enjoy unlimited samples from some of South Florida’s and the nation’s finest breweries at the Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival. While you’re tasting on Jan. 24 and 25, you’ll be serenaded by local musicians. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Autism Project of Palm Beach County. ($40; jupitercraftbrewersfestival.com)


Motor enthusiasts can revel in all things auto at the 10th anniversary SuperCar Week in Palm Beach County. The nine-day spectacle beginning Jan. 4 will be packed with family-friendly events and more than 1,000 vehicles. This leads to the Grand Finale on the West Palm Beach Waterfront on Jan. 12. (Free, VIP from $85; supercarweeek.com)


This may be the closest experience you can get to outer space. Bella Gaia Live combines NASA satellite imagery with music, dance and technology at the Kravis Center Jan. 17 to 18. The show is inspired by astronauts who experienced Earth from space and the life-changing power it had on them.($39; go.kravis.org)

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