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Here’s a new feature at Palm Beach on the Cheap and it’s all about local festivals. From food and music festivals to art and nature festivals, here’s our guide to festivals in February in the Palm Beaches.

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Festivals in February in Palm Beach County


South Florida Fair

Jan. 18 – Feb. 3
9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, Florida
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The South Florida Fair comes to the Palm Beach County Fairgrounds from Jan.  18 – Feb. 3.  Guests will enjoy four stages of music and entertainment; an agriculture/livestock program; rides, games and attractions; yesteryear village; vendors and more fair food than you can imagine.

Manatee Lagoon’s ManateeFest 2019
Feb. 1 @ 5 p.m. – Feb. 2 at 4 p.m.
Manatee Lagoon, 6000 N. Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach
Free
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Celebrate the 3rd anniversary of Manatee Lagoon with a showing of Finding Nemo, photo opportunities with Mia the Manatee, marine life face painting, coloring station, a passport activity and more.

Boca Raton Seafood & Music Festival
February 8-10, 2018
Mizner Park Amphitheater
Cost: $5 for adults, free for children 12 and under and $75 for the VIP ticket (includes an open bar)
Tickets

Take the family to Mizner Park from February 8-10 for the Boca Raton Seafood and Music Festival. Enjoy live music, arts & crafts and all of the delicious seafood that you can imagine.

South Florida Garlic Festival
Feb. 9 – Feb. 10
John Prince Park in Lake Worth
Advance Tickets are $12 and kids 12 and under are free.
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The South Florida Garlic Fest will celebrate its 20th year on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10.  Attendees will explore the hundreds of vendors, dance to live music, participate in games, arts and crafts and taste garlic food items dotted throughout the festival.

14th Annual Festival of Trees
Feb. 16 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Cultural Plaza in Lake Worth
Free
Details

Enjoy a 4-hour outdoor conference with a limited earn-a-tree giveaway. The day’s events include a climate warming video, Lake Worth Arbor Day Proclamation & a talk on the regenerative design in the urban realm.

Greek Food & Wine Festival
Feb. 15 – Feb. 17
Corner of Southern Blvd and Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach
Cost: $5 donation (admission of Friday from noon to 3 p.m. is free)
greekfestwpb.com

Enjoy a taste of Greek food and wine, live music and entertainment, Greek dance lessons, shopping from a variety of vendors and a kid’s zone.

Asian Cultural Festival
Feb. 22 – Feb. 24
CityPlace, 700 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach
Cost: Free to attend
asianculturalfest.com

Head to CityPlace from Feb. 22 – 24 for a celebration of Asian culture. Highlights at the event include dance, music, food, martial arts, performances, a tea ceremony and more.

The Lake Worth Street Painting Festival
Feb. 23 – Feb. 24 starting at 10 a.m.
Downtown Lake Worth
Free to attend
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Art lovers rejoice — it’s time for the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival to take place. This annual festival attracts tens of thousands of people from around the world who watch, as the streets of downtown Lake Worth are transformed into a beautiful piece of art from 600+ artists. Attendees will enjoy live music, a festival food court, food & drinks from local restaurants — and of course, the art from professional and amateur artists. 

Artigras Art Festival
Feb 16-18 starting at 10 a.m.
Abacoa Town Center, Jupiter
$6-$13
More Info on Artigras

If you’d like to add some art and culture to your plans this Februrary, head on over to ArtiGras Art Festival from February 16-18, 2019. This 3-day fine arts festival brings together fantastic works of art, covering all mediums; live music;  — and of course food and drink.

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