Grandview Public Market, in the Warehouse District of West Palm Beach, is presenting FREE performances this summer to benefit local charities. From May through August, the concerts will be the last Saturday of each month. Twenty percent of the bar will be donated to the featured charity. Additional money for the charities may be donated at the Grandview Public Market’s vendors point-of-sale.
Grandview Public Market’s mission is to introduce distinctive culinary and cultural experiences to its visitors and grow a community where everyone is included. The Warehouse District is made up of a series of industrial buildings that are converting into something unique. The neighborhood is quickly becoming home to artists, entrepreneurs, and tastemakers.
Grandview Public Market is quickly becoming a gastronomic cornerstone in Palm Beach County. Twelve chef-inspired vendors are presented. The chefs are offering innovative cuisine and dining in a painstakingly renovated cozy 13,000 square foot epicurean dream location.
- Saturday, May 29, from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m., the beneficiary of the “Bravo Zulu BBQ,” event will be Operation 300, which pays military veterans’ mortgages and other expenses.
- Saturday, June 26, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., “Tailgate” will feature a free country concert with proceeds going to “The Give Back Community,” which distributes food.
- Saturday, July 31, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., “Good Vibes,” a rock and reggae band will generate funds for “Healthy Water,” an ocean-saving nonprofit.
- Saturday, August 28, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., will be a “Hops and Hip Hop” event, going to a technical innovator’s nonprofit.