May 2, 2019
May 5, 2019

Downtown West Palm Beach, FL

Florida’s Largest Waterfront Music and Art Festival

What’s better to do in South Florida than feel the sun on your skin and the ocean breeze in your hair as you listen to the country’s top music acts perform live? That’s what you get at SunFest, a four-day music festival held each May on the downtown West Palm Beach waterfront.

SunFest will be May 2-5, 2019, and tickets are available now for one, two or all four days. Hear more than 50 bands perform on three stages, and the music is just the beginning—it’s complemented by eye-catching art, delectable eats, floating bars and a fireworks show to close the weekend.

SunFest is set up along Flagler Drive from Banyan Boulevard to Lakeview Drive. Shows start at 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, and noon on Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the three stages, festival grounds include the Art District, where you can shop local artists’ work and watch live demonstrations, and a ChillZone for relaxing over a game of corn hole.

But the main draw is definitely the live music, featuring a mix of genres including rock ‘n’ roll, funk, indie rock, hip-hop, country and reggae.

The first SunFest was held in 1983, and this annual event has been entertaining festivalgoers ever since. Past acts have included Bob Dylan, Kendrick Lamar, Duran Duran, John Legend, The Beach Boys, The Roots, Journey, Smashing Pumpkins and Snoop Dogg.

2019 Lineup

Once again, the 2019 SunFest brings big names in music to the West Palm Beach waterfront. Check out performers like OneRepublic, G-Eazy, Diplo and Keith Urban, all of which will leave festivalgoers dancing on the lawn … or on one of the three party barges lining the waterfront. While we're name-dropping, don’t miss Ludacris, Bebe Rexha and Tears for Fears. View the full lineup here.

Parking Information

Parking in West Palm Beach is available but limited, so plan accordingly. SunFest recommends purchasing parking in advance—both one-day and four-day parking passes are available. Spots must be paid for the day before you park, and the lot and garages do sell out. 

What to Bring

Since it’s an outdoor festival, lawn chairs and blankets are welcome at SunFest. Umbrellas and beach umbrellas are allowed, but you might be asked to close them if they obstruct other concertgoers’ views of the stage.

Plastic factory-sealed water bottles, baby food and food for those with medical conditions are allowed. Wheelchairs and medical scooters are ok, and concertgoers with disabilities may bring their service animals.

Find the full list of approved items here. When deciding what to bring, remember: bags, backpacks and anything else you bring to SunFest is subject to inspection.

… and What to Leave Behind

Items not allowed inside the festival grounds include coolers, beverages other than water, glass bottles, outside food, pets, professional still or video cameras, audio recorders, selfie sticks, sports balls, bicycles, skateboards, roller skates or in-line skates, scooters, glow products or laser products.

Still not convinced? Check out our list of the Six Most Asked Questions about SunFest, mark your calendar for May…and we’ll see you on the waterfront!

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