It’s summertime in West Palm Beach and this weekend, things are going to get hot, as downtown will transform itself itself into Summer in Paradise (S.I.P) — and bring a celebration of art, music, games and family fun.
The kickoff party will take place on Sat., May 28 at Meyer Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach from 6-10 p.m. During the party, there will be a free concert by national recording artist Parmalee, who you may know from their hit songs “Carolina,” “Close Your Eyes” and “Already Callin’ You Mine.”
To add to the excitement, guests can choose to imbibe in the unlimited craft beer sampling for $20 (supplies are limited) and / or enjoy the giant sized games for an additional $5. Games include Life Size Pong, Life Size Jenga, the Eliminator, a Velcro Wall, Human Football, Twister, Life Size Bowling and more.
For more information on Summer in Paradise, visit them online.