Boulevard Heights Amphitheater

The Boulevard Heights Amphitheater is a spacious outdoor amphitheater located in Hollywood, Florida. The large, outdoor stage is nestled under a canopy of mature oak trees that lend natural shade and a sweet ambiance to the area. The theater is devoted to offering free concerts through the Hollywood West Performing Arts Concert Series. The concerts feature a wide genre of different artists and are usually scheduled the second Saturday evening of every month and are weather permitting. These events are always family friendly.

Downtown Coral Springs

Downtown Coral Springs is a venue next to city hall that holds many different events throughout the year. There are many events that go on there such as the Green Market, Bizart and the Family Fun Day and Car show. It is also going to be more expansive in the coming months and years. There are plans for further development that includes a hotel for businesses and a movie theater.This is to further improve the capabilities of the venue and to bring in more people.

Wellington Village Hall

With a vibrant community of 55,000 people, Wellington in Palm Beach County is the most populous village in Florida by some distance. And nowhere is the vibrancy of this community reflected more than the Village Hall, designed to take care of work, leisure, and assorted utility needs of its residents. A state-of-the-art amphitheater, a recreational playground, an aquatics complex, and a community center are among some of the major facilities that can be availed of at the Wellington Village Hall.

Wellington Amphitheater

The Wellington Amphitheater is a large, community amphitheater located in the Village of Wellington. It is a newer facility that was opened in the summer of 2010 and funded by a grant from Palm Beach County. The main building is 3,200 square feet and is located in the center of a large, beautifully maintained green space that can hold up to 1,500 people at one time! The grounds are stunning and surrounded by modern lighting, palm trees, fresh flowers and a nice, paved sidewalk with curbing. 

North Shore Bandshell

In the middle of the North Beach in Miami, Florida, Miami-Dade County, sits the North Shore Park Bandshell. It is conveniently located off Collins Avenue, where you could get regular free entries to enjoy local performances by jazz groups and symphony orchestras.  You can also take advantage of free parking in the bay across 72nd street after 6 pm. 

Marlins Park

Marlins Park situated in Miami, Florida is a premier baseball park. It is home to the famous Miami Marlins MLB team.  The stadium is located on 17 acres, has a seating capacity for 37,422, and was certified as the greenest Major League Baseball (MLB) park in 2012.  Marlins Park is said to be the 6th MLB stadium with a retractable roof and was constructed in March 2012.  It has 4 entrances.  Kids up to 3 years of age do not require an entry ticket into the park.

Promenade at Coconut Creek

The Promenade at Coconut Creek is an outdoor retail shopping mall with over 35 stores and boutiques and 14 restaurants. This area of Coconut Creek gives you the chance to see top notch shops, eat at amazing restaurants, and even catch some cool celebrities at their amazing events that happen all year round. Whether it's their amazing light ceremonies during the Christmas season or their start of the year events, there is always something fun to experience at this mesmerizing area. 

Roger Dean Stadium

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.

Sun Life Stadium

The Sun Life Stadium is a sport and recreational stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. This stadium located in north Miami-Dade county was constructed with a cost of $115 million and opened on August 16, 1987.  It was over-hauled in 2007 at a cost of $250 million.  It is owned by Stephen Rose and Wayne Huizenga and operated by the Miami Dolphins.