Art and fireworks
SunFest’s juried art show ended last year, replaced by what festival coordinator Josh Weiner describes as an “interactive, more engaging art district.” Muralists will paint new works and offer new art installations, while 80 artists and vendors will sell ceramics, photography, paintings and sculptures. The returning TGI5K run/walk begins 5:30 p.m. today at Palm Beach Atlantic University, 901 S. Flagler Drive. SunFest culminates with a big fireworks sendoff at 9 p.m. Sunday.
Drones aren’t allowed (for obvious reasons), but nonprofessional cameras (no detachable lenses) are. Yes to blankets, umbrellas, collapsible lawn chairs, bottled water, baby food, wheelchairs, strollers and service animals. No to Frisbees, roller skates, bicycles, skateboards, toy guns, audio recorders, professional cameras, glow products and coolers. Full list: SunFest.com/Allowed.
The SunFest Official app will display set times, nearby parking garages and gate entrances, all by geolocating your position on a map. The app also lists bathrooms, food booths and ATMs, all using a small amount of bandwidth.