Located in the heart of the downtown Delray Beach shopping and dining district, this popular venue is the location of several major holiday and cultural events. The campus includes the Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture (in the former 1913 Delray Elementary building), the Crest Theatre (in the former 1925 high school building), the Vintage Gymnasium (c.
The Community Center is home to the Department of Parks and recreation's administrative offices. If you're looking for a place to host an event, there are 5 multi-purpose rooms, a stage, lockers, and a kitchen. The seating capacity of the gymnasium for athletic events is 387 in the bleachers, and 587 for performances on the stage (200 floor seating). The five multipurpose rooms can hold up to 30-75 people each. The Community Center is host to an Out of School Program for one hundred children between the ages of five and twelve years.
The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is located in Jupiter, Florida, in the county of Palm Beach. This theater is a professional, non-profit entity dedicated to keeping performing arts alive throughout the South Florida area. It's mission is to entertain, educate, and inspire the South Florida community. Through collaboration with national and local artists, the Maltz Jupiter is one of Florida's pre-emminent professional theatres.
The new Delray Marketplace at Lyons and Atlantic Avenue in western Delray Beach is home to shops, restaurants, a grocery store, and Franks Cinebowl theater and bowling alley. The Marketplace hosts events on their Main Street and at the open air Amphitheater. Events are family-friendly and usually showcase local artists.
Sunset Cove Amphitheater is one of three Palm Beach County run venues. Sunset Cove is located west of State Road 441 off Glades Road in Boca Raton. It is part of the very large Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park. Sunset Cove Amphitheater is a significant entertainment facility capable of hosting up to 5,000 patrons for national acts, tribute bands, festivals, community fundraisers, family movies, etc.
Canyon Amphitheater is located in western Boynton Beach. It was built around the same time as the three Canyon neighborhood developments. The amphitheater is a the centerpiece to the Canyon District Park which also has a small splash pad circle to enjoy adjacent to the amphitheater. It is a small-sized community entertainment facility capable of hosting 500+ for concerts, fundraising events, church services, cultural celebrations, holiday themed functions, classic car shows, etc. Public bathrooms are available and are attached to the outsides of the stage.
Mizner Park Amphitheater is located in east Boca Raton off Federal Highway. It is part of the Mizner Park shopping and dining area. This outdoor area is in the northern end of the center next to the Boca Raton Museum of Art. The City of Boca Raton hosts several community events and also allows the amphitheater to be rented by private promotors for big name performances.
Located in the Abacoa community of Jupiter town in Florida, the Roger Dean Stadium is a $28 million baseball stadium that plays host to two teams competing in Major League Baseball. It was built in the year 1998 and has a capacity of nearly seven thousand people. Special concessions, parking facilities, permanent seating at two levels, and a luxury box for seating are some of the features available at this stadium.
Seabreeze Amphitheater is a medium size venue found in Carlin Park capable of hosting up to 2000 persons. People congregate at this place to get entertainment from various artists including theater, tribute bands, concerts and movie shows. The local community use the facility also for fundraising events. The facility is located in Jupiter within Palm Beach County.
The Riverwalk events plaza is located under the Indiantown Road Bridge spanning the Intracoastal Waterway. The events plaza is located within The Riverwalk which is a recreational trail that runs along the eastern shoreline of the Intracoastral Waterway from the Jupiter Ridge Natural Area north to the Jupiter Inlet.