Festivals in Wilton Manors


Grand Tasting for One, Two, or Four at Galt Mile Wine & Food Festival, a Seaside Affair (Up to 54% Off)

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Fort Lauderdale

While waves crash on the nearby shoreline, guests nibble on delectable food and sip fine wines, craft brews, and spirits for one set price

$150 $75

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Driven Music Conference for Two on Friday, May 29, and Saturday, May 30 (Up to 72% Off)

Driven Music Conference

Multiple Locations

Convention features networking lunches, showcases of new talent, and panels with industry experts

$68 $19

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Fifth Annual Electric Beach Music Festival at Nikki Beach on Saturday, March 21, at Noon (Up to 50% Off)

Electric Beach Music Festival

Nikki Beach Club

Giant beach party combines neon decor, rides, and inflatables with house music spun until dawn by more than 40 DJs

$80 $40

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Regular or VIP Entry for One, Two, or Four to Miami Experience Weekend (Up to 55% Off)

Miami Experience Weekend

Wynwood Art District

Live DJs take the stage during five major events in a single Spring Break weekend; VIPs enjoy access to a food and liquor bar

$99 $49

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Sprung! Spring Beer Festival Package for One or Four at Peacock Park on Saturday, March 7 (Up to 50% Off)

Grovetoberfest

Peacock Park

Unlimited sampling from a lineup of 200+ beers from around the world, live music, and games including human bubble-ball bowling

$74.84 $39

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Indie Music Miami Fest at The Stage Miami on March 12 at 6 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

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The Stage Miami

More than 40 indie rappers, hip-hop artists, and singers gather to play their hits in front of a packed crowd

$20 $10

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The Lake Worth Reggae Festival at Bryant Park on Saturday, March 7 or Sunday, March 8 (Up to 50% Off)

The Lake Worth Reggae Festival

Bryant Park

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Enjoy Caribbean food, music, and vibes with performances from Sublime tribute band Badfish and Jamaican reggae legend Yellowman

$24 $12

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The Florida Renaissance Festival is a wholly different world??a world of jousts and costumes and turkey legs. Here be dragons, or so the armor-clad knights would have you believe. At the festival, live shows recreate the romance of the Renaissance with references to Shakespeare and swordplay on 12 different stages. Meanwhile, merchants share the secrets of their crafts, blowing unbreakable glass for spectators and selling hammered pewter goblets. Visitors, dressed in period garb or not, can wander on their own, exploring the shows and stalls, or trying their hands at games of chance while gnawing on scotch eggs and chocolate cheesecake.
800 NW 57th Pl
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US
A fund-raising event for The United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education, Rocks for Education aims to draw audiences with a family-friendly mix of music, comedy, and more. Emmy winner and Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings will serve as the event's emcee, and stars David Henrie of Wizards of Waverly Place and Drake Bell of Drake & Josh will engage spectators with songs, comedy, and other unmimed entertainments. Performances by local dance teams and American Idol contestant Symphony Music Howlett will add to the rhythmic stew, making the event more melodic than a Broadway musical about Mozart and the pianos who loved him. The evening's beneficiary, The United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education, bolsters learning for little ones with advocacy, parent/teacher training, and resources such as a demonstration school.
358 San Lorenzo Ave
Coral Gables,
FL
US
Green Room serves as a hub for culture and high society to dance, chat, and sip a panoply of delectable libations. Start out the night with a thirst-slaking PBR ($2), or opt for classier suds from the selection of nearly 50 craft beers ($4–$7). Green Room’s mixologists shake up mixed drinks from behind a full bar ($5–$10). Check the website for a list of diverse events, including indie and electro dance parties beneath the club's vibrant green floodlights as well as live concerts, burlesque performances, and fashion shows. Club-goers can also sip their libations while watching live paintings or tote their beverages through a newly installed bi-level art gallery.
100 Nugent Avenue
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US
The Florida Cajun Zydeco festival's seven musical acts fill the air with traditional tunes on two outdoor stages. Wooden dance floors and guided dance lessons (held in between sets) encourage rug-cuttery as the C’est Bon Cajun Dance Band wails away on fiddle and guitar, and the multi-instrumentalist Magnolia Sisters reinvigorate forgotten standards more effectively than auto-tuned re-mixes of Glen Miller's catalogue. Each band also gives a 20- to 30-minute lesson about the history of their music. Visitors can suppress unruly appetites with spicy Cajun and Creole fare while perusing the offerings of craft vendors. Pintsize patrons can revel in games and rides, while larger patrons can revel in the festival's free parking.
800 West McNab Road
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US
Once a year, the The Huizenga Plaza in Fort Lauderdale transforms into a high-powered magnet that reaches throughout South Florida. The outdoor venue doesn't attract metal, though. Instead, it draws in carrots, lettuce, and other healthy foods from dozens of local farms and restaurants during The Fort Lauderdale Health Food Expo, which celebrates the benefits of healthy diets and lifestyles. The event's vendors supply attendees with everything from individual pieces of produce to full meals, and its presenters teach attendees how to pick out the healthiest items at the grocery store. Other presentations expand into topics such as fitness and yoga, as well as planting a home garden, which can be done even if you're living in a small condo or a genie's subleased bottle. While most of the focus remains on food and nutrition, contests and live entertainment add to the festivities.
32 East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US
Part art exhibit, part educational event, and part film festival, Caribe Arts Fest corrals all three elements and sets them to a soundtrack of live music during a full weekend that celebrates Caribbean culture. Thursday and Friday arm guests with learning opportunities during workshops that tackle financial issues, personal marketing plans, and creating for-profit artist businesses. On Saturday, participants can head to interactive art stations, get their faces painted to cover up any extra faces, and sample Caribbean cuisine. They can also take Zumba lessons and groove to live music from Rootz Underground and Spam Allstars. Sunday ushers in films including RasTa: A Soul's Journey, which follows Rita and Bob Marley's granddaughter on a global journey exploring Rastafari's impact, and Better Mus' Come, a love story set amid political and social turmoil in Jamaica.
1 E Las Olas Blvd
Fort Lauderdal,
FL
US
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