Coral Springs Celebrates Creativity The 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

Immerse yourself in a vibrant celebration of creativity and culture at the 18th Annual Festival of the Arts, a cornerstone event that transforms Coral Springs into a hub of artistic exploration and entertainment. Scheduled for March 16th and 17th, this festival showcases the extraordinary talent of America’s finest artisans and contemporary crafters, alongside a rich tapestry of performing arts including dance, theater, and literary presentations.

Set against the scenic backdrop of The Walk of Coral Springs, the festival draws between 30,000 and 40,000 visitors from across South Florida, making it a pivotal event for cultural enthusiasts and families alike. The festival’s heart lies in its professional juried art and craft show, featuring over 175 distinguished artisans and crafters. This event is skillfully produced by Howard Alan Events, a national leader in the promotion of fine art festivals, with a portfolio that includes 45 art fairs across the country.

Admission is complimentary, thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Coral Springs Art Festival Committee and the City of Coral Springs. Attendees can look forward to encountering an array of art forms, from life-size sculptures and mesmerizing paintings to unique jewelry, captivating photography, exquisite ceramics, and more. This outdoor festival, running from 10 am to 5 pm over two days, promises an unforgettable experience for all.

Live Music & Performing Arts Highlights:

On Saturday, the festival comes alive with the sounds of Island music by “Oceanik,” Jazz tunes from Eric Hansen & Jackson Bunn, and the Latin rhythms of “Copa Cabana Revue.” Sunday continues the musical journey with the 19-piece big band “The Last Flight Out,” the country vibes of “Whisky Six,” and the Billy Joel tribute band “Turnstiles” to wrap up the weekend.

The performing arts stage will feature an array of groups including The Drake Irish School of Dance, South Florida Cloggers, Mariachi Voces De America, Gold Coast Banjo Band, Tama Leaos Polynesian Show, World of Dance, Ronin Taiko Drummers, Jonathan Sanchez Latin Music, Bollywood India Dancers, and Jazz by Sound of Vision.

A dedicated children’s area will offer young attendees the chance to unleash their inner artist, providing a space for creative exploration and discovery.

The Coral Springs Festival of the Arts will be held at The Walk of Coral Springs on March 18 and 19.
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