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The Coral Sky Amphitheater located at the South Florida Fair Grounds in West Palm Beach is hosting several upcoming concerts this fall. The open-air amphitheater is used for shows and concerts for some of the biggest musical stars and hottest events.

The venue is run by Live Nation, one of the largest events and venue operator and promoter in the world. The amphitheater holds roughly 20,000 people both under the venue’s awing and the grass areas surrounding the stage. The venue also includes parking, and food and drinks for purchase during the show. The Coral Sky Amphitheater is formally known as the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater.

Here is a list of some of the upcoming concerts coming to the Coral Sky.

Sunday, September 23rd: Niall Horan: Flicker World Tour

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Brew 2 At The Zoo is back and is coming to the Palm Beach Zoo this September. Brew at the Zoo celebrates the craft beer scene of South Florida. All of the beer at the event is brewed within 100 miles of the Zoo and the festival produces the lowest carbon footprint beer festival in the Southeast.

Guest can tour the zoo and sample some amazing beer from more than 25 of our local brewers, getting at least 2 samples from each stop. The festival will have over 60 different beers for you to try.

Advance tickets are required to attend, tickets will not be available the night of the event. The Brew 2 At The Zoo is for guests 21 and older and an photo I.D. is required at the gate.

Tickets range in price starting at $40 dollars for General Admission. The General

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Being able to go out for dinner and drinks by boat is just one of the benefits of living in Palm Beach County. These local restaurants offer everything from seafood, pasta, burgers, happy hour and more. Here is a list of some of the best places to arrive by boat and enjoy a meal with a view.

Jupiter:
Square Grouper, located on the Jupiter Inlet, this beach bar offers everything from seafood, burgers, and beers. There is a dock for boaters to stop by and grab a quick bite to eat on the way in or out of the inlet. By car, the 21 years and older restaurant is located at 1111 Love Street.

Guanabanas is located on a lagoon off the south bank of the Loxahatchee River. This completely outdoor restaurant offers a large menu and a tropical oasis vibe through the

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Brazilian Beat is back in Boca Raton for the 7th year. The popular free event brings together music, art and dance in the streets of downtown Boca. The event takes place to honor and celebrate Brazilian independence.

At the celebration there will be live music, samba drummers, a Zumba showcase, delicious Brazilian cuisine and cocktails, and street dancing, including costumed dancers in a Rio De Janeiro inspired street parade.

Dioho Nogueira, one of the biggest names in Music in Brazil will be headlining the event. Nogueria is a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist who just recently released his first album called Mundue. Throughout his decade long career, he has won the Latin Grammy for Best Samba Album twice and has been nominated for a Latin Grammy

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What's better than a day on the water in Palm Beach County. Palm Beach County is home to over 125 miles of waterways and is a great way to relax and enjoy the tropical atmosphere. Throughout certain times of the day, the low tide approaches and creates natural sand bars along the intracoastal for boaters to dock in the sand, get out and enjoy the view.

Here is a list of just some of the many sandbars in Palm Beach County.

The Jupiter/Tequesta Sandbar:
Located on the Loxahatchee River, near the Jupiter Inlet and the intracoastal waterways. On any given weekend throughout the year, the popular sandbar is certainly the place to be for all ages to enjoy the water, views of the Jupiter Lighthouse and to hang out for the day. The east end of the sandbar is good

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Located within 2.5-hour drive from Palm Beach County is one of Florida’s most cherished state park. The entire month of August is about celebrating Florida’s National Parks because on August 25th, the National Park Service turned 96. The Everglades National Park is the third largest park, and the largest tropical wilderness in the United States.

The Everglades is a huge 1.5 million wetland acre, more than 2,300 miles of natural habit for birds, snakes, alligators, the Florida panther and other wild creatures. Besides the thousands of animals that you’ll see the park also is a great place to stay, eat, tour, hike, biking, bird watching, fishing and even kayak just to name a few. You can also rent kayak and canoes if you don’t want to bring your own. The

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Palm Beach County offers a large variety of things to do and activities for the whole family, including a cruise from the Port of Palm Beach to the Bahamas.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has two ships that sail out of the Port of Palm Beach to the Grand Bahama Island on either the Grand Celebration or the Grand Classica. The Grand Celebration has 7 dining venues, 7 lounges and bars and 750 staterooms. While the Grand Classica has 8 dining venues, 5 bars and lounges, and 658 staterooms.

The port is centrally located within the county and with its location you are never more than a day away from the Bahamas. The Cruise line started in 2014 and began sailing to the Bahamas in February of 2015.

The Cruise line offers deals in the summer and for Florida

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For the entire month of September, several restaurants from Boca Raton to Jupiter come together to participate in the month-long journey for the fight for your taste buds. The popular event is back for the 11th year in a row and features more than 50 restaurants with dining specials and prices throughout the month.

Flavor Palm Beach was founded in 2007 to introduce diners to the local restaurants in Palm Beach County. Diners will have to opportunity to enjoy a large selection of specially priced meals from some of the hottest and most popular restaurants in the area.

Restaurants and Bistros offer prix menus for dinner and lunch. The menu consists of a three-course meal for lunch is $20 dollars and a menu ranging for dinner from $30 dollars to $45 dollars

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Palm Beach County is known as Florida’s Golf Capital and is known for the some of the best golfing in the country. The area is boasting with some of the most acclaimed golf courses and resorts in the world. Palm Beach County is home to over 160 golf courses, both private and public, and in fact some of the “Top 100 Golf Courses in America” and “Top Golf Courses in Florida” are located in Palm Beach County.

Golfers are drawn to the area to play because of some of the PGA National Tournaments such as The Honda Classic that has been played at PGA National Resort and Spa for several years. In May of 2121, The 48th Walker Cup will be held at one of the most exclusive clubs in the area, The Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach.

Palm Beach County is also home to some

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Come and experience the spirit of Japan in South Florida. The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is a renowned, world-class park featuring gardens, bonsai displays, galleries of contemporary and historical art, signature Japanese festivals, family activities and much more.

The Museum and Gardens is considered one of Palm Beach County’s most treasured cultural attractions. The 16 acres that surround the two-museum building located on the property include the expansive Japanese Gardens. The grounds feature resting and sitting areas, walking paths, collections, lakes and even wildlife.

The larger, 200- acre park features a pine forest, nature trails, and picnic areas. The Gardens went under a major renovation and expansion in 2001 to what it is today. The

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