Choose From Two Options
- $40 for general admission for two ($80 value)
- $50 for VIP admission for one ($100 value)
On Saturday, February 8 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., libations will flow freely at the second annual Tropical Rum Festival, held in the Meyer Amphitheatre. General admission includes unlimited drinks. VIP admission includes unlimited drinks along with free caribbean-style food and coconut waters with rum, and access to the hookah lounge. For more information, see the event flier.
Tropical Rum Festival
Though Christopher Columbus is best known for discovering America, he also inadvertently spawned West Palm Beach’s Tropical Rum Festival. Columbus introduced sugar cane to the Caribbean region on his famous voyages, and sugar’s byproduct, molasses, is what gets distilled into rum. The festival celebrates the now-popular spirit’s diverse styles. And as rum flows, revelers can dance to reggae, dubstep and hip-hop tunes, rather than the strange music of the late 1400s, which was created by tickling ducks.