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This annual event during Spanish Heritage Month has grown since 1998, drawing over 35,000 visitors who have enjoyed the variety of live entertainment, dancing in the streets, parades, arts and crafts and of course, lots of Cuban cuisine. There is also a children's area for face painting, rides and art creations. Admission to the Viva Broward! festival is free.
If you have a concert to attend at Mizner Park, don't think twice about driving down. You are assured of the best parking arrangements at Mizner Park Amphitheater, with free parking available on the premises. The seating arrangement is any concert goer's delight, while the high-tech lighting and sound systems are also par excellence. Artists like Jethro Tull and Pat Benatar are slated to perform at Mizner, so book your tickets now.
Studio One Theatre, located in the Florida Atlantic University promises great entertainment. With plays like "Oklahoma!", “American Songbook: Cole Porter” and “A Streetcar Named Desire” (which is a Pulitzer prize winner), it surely is a place to be for theater enthusiasts. The theater is also host to many other plays and events like "Klezmer Company Orchestra-Spirit of America: The Concert III". The Studio One Theater is booked all-year round for different events, call to get specific details of plays.
The Florida Atlantic University Theatre is a hub of entertainment, located in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, which is in The Florida Atlantic University. A number of plays like "Titus Andronicus" and many more have been performed at this 200-seater theater. It is fully equipped with state-of-art sound and lighting equipments. It is dedicated to producing fine plays and also teaching and researching the art of dance and theater.
Imagine yourself stranded at a beach and pray it is the Pompano. Then wish a little extra and you have, not just your horse begging for more! Neatly tucked in South Florida, the 2250 strong Pompano Beach Amphitheatre, wears its ‘great host' tag with a lot of ease. From the Gypsy Kings to the Beach Boys and from Collective Soul to Little Feat have performed at this open-air venue. Every South Florida concert hopper will vouch for the convenient standing room area, atop the seating area, especially during frenzied sell-out concerts. Ain't it reason enough to be there for the rollicking Bar-B-Que Festival?
Run completely by talented, dedicated community volunteers, the Little Palm Family Theatre is an attraction that is sure to bring smiles to faces young and old. All performances are held at Jan McArt's Royal Palm Festival Dinner Theatre on Mizner Boulevard, also in Boca Raton. Little Palm puts on wholesome, fun presentations like Winnie the Pooh musicals. It also offers great workshops and classes for those involved in all areas of the performing arts.
Carole and Barry Kaye Auditorium is the premier indoor performance venue of Florida Atlantic University. The 2,400 seat venue is spread across four quadrants and has been functioning since over a quarter of a century. When the praise-worthy acoustics aren't featuring sounds of the newest orchestra acts, the place is geared up for performances by various theatric legends including Broadway stars, comic personalities leaving audiences with aching bellies.
One of the premier facilities of the Athletics Department of the Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FAU Arena is buzzing with events throughout the year. Also fondly known as "The Burrow", this arena has been hosting the university's premier basketball and volleyball games since it opened in 1984. The arena is also home to the Florida Atlantic Owls men's and women's basketball teams, as well as the university's volleyball team. Do see the website or call to know more.
State-of-the-art facility in South Florida located on Lynn University's campus in the heart of Boca Raton features superb acoustics, a modern lighting system, a large, light-filled lobby, and flexible space well-suited for dramatic productions, concerts and other cultural events.
The Roberts Theater is the apple of the eye amongst all structures at the Saint Andrew's Hall. Built with immense grandeur, it is one of the premier performance venues on Boca Raton. It provides a lasting space for students to develop and showcase their skills on music, theater and dance inculcating a flair for performance art at an early age and thereby eliminating any stage-fright in the process. The 900 seat venue, also offers people a chance to donate a sum and have a seat named after them to mark their presence permanently.
Olympic Heights Performing Arts Theater is an 840 seat performance venue. The space is spread in front of the stage area, devoid of any mezzanine or balcony levels. The seating is divided into 3 rows with approximately 300 chair in each with every seat providing undivided views. Ensuring the place provides the very best in acoustics, it is technically very sound. As with most theaters, the lobby contains concession stands for audiences to grab a quick bite at the interval and spacious restrooms to attend to nature's call. The space is available to the general masses on lease.
Regal Shadowood 16 is a movie hall located in West Glades Road along the Golf Course Road. It is a five screen movie hall which features the latest releases as soon as they are out. Odd classics from time to time are shown to recreate the nostalgia. A tub of buttered popcorn and chilliest of fizzy drinks are always available to enhance the experience.