Sunfest 2011

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Apr 27 - May 01 2011

West Palm Beach, Florida

$34- $66

Founded in 1982, SunFest is Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival. Held annually in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida the first week in May, SunFest attracts more than 280,000 visitors. The festival and the patrons that it attracts have a very positive impact on the community.

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