Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Games, costume parade, Caribbean artists
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected?
We have trained professionals including EMS, sheriff's officers and 12 security guards.
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This will be our 7th Annual West Palm Beach Carnival event. Our patrons often tell us they can't wait until next year. It's a family oriented event.
Produced by the Future 6 Helping Hand Fund and a joint effort by some of the West Palm Beach area's most celebrated restaurants, the Feast of the Sea treats guests to drinks, live music, and some of the finest seafood dishes local chefs are known for. Converging in one place from restaurants such as Sushi Jo, Nick & Johnnies, Salt 7, E.R. Bradley's, BB Kings, Hullabaloo, and many more, the chefs transform fish and shellfish into memorable meals with recipes inspired from North America, South America, European, Asian, and Caribbean regions. The event is family friendly too, with a kids' play area and not a single TV screen playing Jaws.
As the days get longer, the music gets louder, which is where Citrine Entertainment comes in. The nighttime event Summertime Sh!tshow features live music from rapper and MTV star Dirt Nasty, whose humorous take on the genre has produced such hits as "Milk, Milk, Lemonade" and "Who Farted in the Club." Aside from the tunes, the show also features revelry in the form of confetti cannons, go-go dancers, and drink specials. VIP attendees can get closer to the action while sipping drinks from a two-hour-long open bar.
Jazz at the Zoo was founded in 2012 by Coconut Palm Events to support Wheels for Kids, a nonprofit that provides custom wheelchairs to children and young adults in need. During the annual charity event, patrons are invited to the Palm Beach Zoo for a night of live jazz, silent auctions, and exotic-animal sightings. The event will help fund one custom wheelchair for two children in need, and a portion of each ticket sale sends one child and caregiver to the Palm Beach Zoo.
For many, the fascination with LEGO bricks begins in childhood and endures into adulthood. The custom creations and constructions merely increase in size along with the person. Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Festival provides a venue for LEGO lovers of all sizes to come celebrate their mutual affection, build new creations, and see some truly awesome LEGO sculptures. Visiting vendors also sell custom LEGO accessories, such as science-fiction-style or military-replica weapons suited to a LEGO figure's grasp.
The Orlando Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival rolls into the Central Florida Fairgrounds to regale crowds with spicy flavors, reggae music, and outdoor entertainments. As food vendors peddle their roasted eats and fill the air with the heady scents of jerk spices, performers sing tunes. In addition to the food and music, artists sell their handmade wares and a kiddie village entertains young ones. Elsewhere, the child-friendly sideshow includes face painting, bounce houses, and clowns.