What's Up South Florida : Spring Break & More!

Posted by Laura Higgins on Friday, March 2nd, 2018 at 9:38am.

Spring Break in Florida

What's up, South Florida? There's a lot happening in the upcoming months that you won't want to miss! Besides Cinco de Mayo and St. Patrick's Day, this March you can expect heavy Spring Break activity in Florida. Florida destinations Orlando, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale hit the top three Spring Break spots this year and we all know why: there's so much to do in Florida! 

Broward County Spring Break is from March 19th through March 26th while Palm Beach County Spring Break runs from March 22nd through March 30th. Miami Dade County Spring Break will go from March 23rd through April 2nd. 

Looking ahead, you'll want to get your tickets for Tortuga Music Festival and West Palm Beach's Sun Fest Music Festival. 

Rock the Ocean's Tortuga Music Festival is a Country music based event that is located in Fort Lauderdale right along the beautiful sandy beaches. Tickets are on sale now for this event taking place from April 6-8 2018. There are 3-day general admission tickets, VIP tickets, and even Super VIP tickets for sale. These tickets start at $229 and go all the way up to $1750 for Super VIP. There are also 1-day tickets available. Single GA tickets start at $125 a day and VIP start at $425 a day. For more information about purchasing tickets, the lineup, location, and time of the event make sure to visit the Tortuga Music Festival Website

Another festival headed to the Sunshine State is SunFest which will be located in Downtown West Palm Beach. SunFest starts May 3rd and ends on May 6th. It's four days of music with 50 bands performing across three stages right along the waterfront. Options for tickets include a four-day pass, a two-day pass, and single-day admissions which run from $37 to $75. Youth and Senior tickets are available for a discounted rate. To see the full lineup and get more information about this event check out the SunFest website


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