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ArtiGras 2024

Gardens North County District Park, 5107 117th Court North, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

February 17-18, 2024

ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival

For the Love of Art! That’s what ArtiGras is all about. It’s seeing gallery-quality pieces where you interact with artists, have the kids do art activities, listen to live music, and most of all … enjoy the cool outdoor breezes. Close to 300 artists are here to display their finest collections. The event also features interactive art exhibits, children’s activities in the Amazon ArtiKids Zone, live music, and demonstrations that provide an arts experience like no other in South Florida.

ArtiGras started on the North Palm Beach Country Club driving range more than a quarter century ago, but don’t let those humble beginnings fool you. This art show has grown into a nationally recognized festival that’s ranked in the top 10 art shows in the United States. It’s now in Palm Beach Gardens at the Gardens North County District Park. 

ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival presented by Tampa General Hospital celebrates its 39th anniversary in 2024. 

Be sure to download the ArtiGras App from the Apple App Store or the Play Store. The app is filled with information from a map of the festival, interactive artists list, schedule of events and more.

Artworks at ArtiGras

Kick-Off Party

Step into the vibrant world of creativity at the 2024 ArtiGras Kick-off Party, which marks the dazzling 39th Anniversary of the esteemed ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival! Be part of the excitement as the staff unveils the exclusive 2024 ArtiGras Limited Edition Commemorative Poster, a masterpiece crafted by the incredible Aaron Reed.

Food, beverage, live entertainment and activations included in ticket!

When: Thursday, January 25, 6:00-8:30 pm

Where: Downtown Palm Beach Gardens

Get tickets for the kick-off party.


ArtiGras Admission

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Parking Information

There are 3 designated parking locations:

Free shuttles run approximately every 30 minutes to and from the parking lot to the festival gates. Each shuttle bus is marked with a particular color that corresponds to the parking facility.

Support Artists with Disabilities

The Arc of Palm Beach County will be showcasing 200 unique pieces of artwork made by talented artists with disabilities at the 39th Annual ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival in Palm Beach Gardens. All artwork purchased directly supports the artists through an earned commission.

Skilled individuals from The Arc’s Artisan Program have curated a wide range of one-of-a-kind art, all of which will be on display at ArtiGras. Everything from mosaics, paintings, greeting cards, surfboards, and other unique pieces will be available. Each mosaic is carefully adorned with magnificent shades of reds, blues, and greens. The back of each creation is personalized with the name of the artist who created the artwork.

Adding to The Arc’s incredible art displays will be renowned artisan, Margie Lee Rodriguez, a Special Olympics gold medalist and this year’s spotlight artisan. Rodriguez will be painting canvases in real-time during the festival. She’s best known for her folk-art style of painting, including vibrant motifs and custom stencil designs.

To view The Arc’s current selection of artwork online, visit


Festival Rules

Skateboards, roller blades, pets, large signs and placards that can endanger or inconvenience those in attendance are prohibited. All packages are subject to search. No weapons, drones, or “selfie sticks.” Pets are not allowed. Service dogs may be permitted- this does not include therapy dogs.

two girls taking a selfie at Artigras

Spend the Day in Palm Beach Gardens 

If The Palm Beaches are Florida’s Golf Capital, then Palm Beach Gardens is the jewel in the crown. It’s the annual home of the PGA Tour Cognizant Classic and one the most famous golf resorts in the country, the PGA National Resort & Spa. Shop like a pro in Palm Beach Gardens, with a retail scene rivaling the golf. The Gardens Mall has high-end department stores and runway-ready designer labels, while the open-air Downtown Gardens offers boutiques and restaurants. Still more retail therapy awaits at PGA Commons and Mainstreet at Midtown.

For more information visit the Artigras Website, e-mail information requests to, or call the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce at 561.746.7111.


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