If you love and appreciate arts, then you must check the current and upcoming Kravis Center Performance Calendar. There are many inspiring performances for this year and 2016. The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is a major performing arts facility in West Palm Beach. The Kravis grows in national and international reputation each year.
The Kravis Center is one of the premier performing arts centers in the country. The Center presents acclaimed artists from every discipline. Many arts organizations perform here, including Miami City Ballet, Palm Beach Opera, and Palm Beach Pops. The Kravis features over a 1000 events annually.
Kravis Center Performance Calendar
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Performances Calendar Not to Miss:
June 11 – Gipsy Kings at the Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall – GET TICKETS
A vibrant fusion of Spanish flamenco, gypsy rhapsody and salsa funk, the Gipsy Kings introduced the world to their one-of-a-kind sound nearly 40 years ago. After selling close to 20 million albums, the wildly popular group that owes its roots to France, continues to beckon music-lovers, delivering pulsating performances of their unique blend of Western pop and Latin Rhythms.
You can find more events at the Kravis Center Performance Calendar for this season here…
The Kravis Center operates a 1,200-car parking garage adjacent to the Center. Entrances are located on Irist Street and Tamarind Avenue. Valet parking is available for most Kravis Center events. Parking price: $12 regular service; $20 premium service. Valet parking service entrance is on Okeechobee Boulevard.
Directions to the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
More about the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
It is located just a few feet away from CityPlace, the premier shopping and entertainment center of the city. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is an important attraction in West Palm Beach. Raymond F. Kravis was a prominent geologist and philanthropist from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He wintered in Palm Beach for more than 35 years. In 1985, a consortium of his friends donated more than $7 million to name the facility for Mr. Kravis. By the time the Center opened to the public in 1992, contributions in Mr. Kravis’ honor totaled over $10 million. Read the complete history of the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts here.
The Center opened its doors in September 1992 to an anxiously awaiting community. Since then, it has been home of outstanding performances every year. Keep updated about the complete Kravis Center Performance Calendar. Enjoy art at its best in West Palm Beach!
More information about the Kravis Center Performance Calendar for this season here…