Bonfire season in Lake Worth is here!


Cool weather has been slipping through our state on and off like a broken AC. Luckily, though, the season highs aren’t as sticky and miserable as they were in August and September. 

And you Floridians know what this slight weather drop means: Bonfire season! Woot woot. And yep, beach parties under the stars.

You know Lake Worth, in all its public art and hipster magic is ready to get the fire blazing. Here are the next bonfires at Lake Worth beach, across from the Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex. 

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They run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the following dates:

  • December  22
  • January 12 and 26
  • February 9 and 23

Details:  

What: The Lake Worth Beach Bonfires 

When: 6 to 9 p.m.

Where: Across from 10 S Ocean Blvd, Lake Worth

Cost: Free 

Contact: 561-533-7395

Notes: Parking is metered and bonfires may be cancelled due to weather.


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