Sunfest 2023 Returns with 3 Full Days of Music
Sunfest, South Florida’s biggest music festival, is set to return May 5-7 with big changes from what festival-goers have previously experienced that will focus entirely on music. The three-day music extravaganza is undergoing changes to its format and offerings to music lovers who attend the annual event along the West Palm Beach waterfront. What is gone are the art exhibits and fireworks; what has been added is an expanded lineup that will perform on two stages instead of three.
“We decided to concentrate the festival this year on music and music entirely,” Paul Jamieson, the SunFest Executive Director, said.
The multi-genre powerful lineup includes some of the biggest names in music. Set to headline are Jack Johnson, The Chainsmokers, Ziggy Marley, The Killers, and 311 among other notable acts.
“We poured every dollar we could into the lineup,” Jamieson said.
FRIDAY, MAY 7
The Chainsmokers, Flo Rida, Anabel Englund, LAYA, PLS&TY
SATURDAY, MAY 8
Jack Johnson, Ziggy Marley, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, ALO, ARDN, Fedd The God, The Hip Abduction, Surfaces
SUNDAY, MAY 9
The Killers, 311, Dropkick Murphys, All Time Low, Charlotte Sands, Gatlin, Surfer Girl
Local artists performing also include: Allegra Miles, East Harbor, GVIN, Leave it to Us, The Nameless, Nostaljah, Prato, RazzaMoore, SoulPax, and Vibes Farm.
Tickets for SunFest 2023 are on sale at SunFest.com, or in the SunFest store at 525 Clematis St. in downtown West Palm Beach, and by calling 1-800-SUNFEST.