Every Sunday afternoon local folk bands play live music at the beautiful John D. MacArthur Beach State Park on Singer Island.
Come spend your day listening to the sound of music that makes you want to stomp your feet and dance around. Enjoy the fun vibe at the 400+ acre park right on the beach and filled with trees, animals, and history. Walk the boardwalk out onto the sandy beach and explore Anastasia Limestone rocks that are as tall as you are. Travel through the "Maritime Hammock," a magical trail of tropical trees including fig and satinleaf, and discover the small inhabitants in the area like turtles and small crabs.
This is the place you want to spend your Sunday afternoons. Music is performed from 1-3 p.m. and there's no cost other than the park entry fee which is $5. If you're a Singer Island resident you may want to go for the annual pass which is only $50, that way you can go to all of the John D. MacArthur events. The park hosts many activities throughout the month and all year long like kayak tours, fish tank presentations, speaker series, beach cleanups, and guided nature walks.
This Sunday check out the Conch Stomp Band, a local island group playing bluegrass favorites and originals. They perform at 1 but the park opens at 8 a.m. so you can get there whenever you'd like.
The park is located at 10900 Jack Nicklaus Dr., North Palm Beach. For more information call 561-624-6952.