Spring Break: What celebrities are on vacation in Palm Beach County?


Celebrities want to live like us: That’s why they come down here routinely for their own version of Spring Break.

Especially rock stars.

Rolling Stone magazine reports in its current issue that The Who’s Roger Daltrey was here taking a sun break on the beach. He was spotted in light blue tropical trunks and dark glasses. At the time, Daltrey was in town to perform at The Breakers for the Everglades Foundation ball. And, according to the magazine, he was tanning up for a Who tour of Europe beginning in April.

And Bruce Springsteen, who has a home in Wellington, was spotted near the Mall at Wellington Green this week. Springsteen’s daughter, Jessica, is a champion equestrian who competes here during the season.

RELATED: Bruce Springsteen’s motorcycle trip through Palm Beach County

RELATED PHOTOS: Jessica Springsteen through the years in Palm Beach County

RELATED: Not a celeb? You can still have fun on Spring Break here

Other celebs spotted around town:

Billy Joel: The Piano Man was seen eating at the new Palm Beach hot spot, Sant Ambroeus.

Sylvester Stallone: He was seen at Mar-A-Lago over the holidays and he tweeted up his Palm Beach vacation last spring.

Justin Long: The actor came here to celebrate his grandmother’s birthday.

What’s the best place to spot celebs in town? Havana Restaurant in West Palm Beach.



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