Enjoy Clematis by Night All Summer Long

Steve Bell
Posted by Steve Bell
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Thinking of ways to get out of the house during the week this summer? If so, then you should definitely check out Downtown West Palm Beach’s Clematis by Night. This year-round concert series is the perfect way to enjoy a weeknight out, and the best news about it is that it is completely free! 

Every Thursday from 6pm to 9pm, Downtown West Palm Beach comes alive with the sound of music with their annual concert series, Clematis by Night. Held on the Great Lawn along the waterfront, what you can expect is a night full of outstanding local performances featuring various genres depending on the act. Surround yourself with people just like you who are simply looking for a good time and good vibes. It is the perfect place to plop down a chair or blanket, sip on a cocktail, and let your worries slip away. 

On top of all the fantastic performances, there is also a mini-GreenMarket (certain weeks) on site, just like the famous large-scale one held on Clematis St during the fall and winter. Here you can grab a bite to eat or take home some handcrafted goods from some of South Florida’s most skilled artisans. With so much to offer, how could you not be thrilled about this? 

The Upcoming Summer Schedule for Clematis by Night: 

Wonderama + the GreenMarket Mini 05/30/2024

Sweet Justice + the GreenMarket Mini 06/06/2024 

Andrew Morris Band + the GreenMarket Mini 06/13/2024 

Modern Day Divas + the GreenMarket Mini 06/20/2024

The Holidazed + the GreenMarket Mini 06/27/2024

The 4th on Flagler 07/04/2024

Mark Telesca 07/11/2024

East Harbor 07/18/2024

The Melinda Elena Band 07/25/2024

The Alive Beat Band 08/01/2024

The Derek Mack Band 08/08/2024

Poor Life Decisions 08/15/2024 

On the Roxx 08/22/2024

"Labor Day Weekend Show" Jimmy Buffett Tribute 08/29/2024


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