Bring your fam to Heart & Soul Fest in West Palm this weekend 


When it comes to free things to do on weekends, The Palm Beach Post always has you covered. 

This Saturday, attend Heart & Soul Fest, a celebration of faith, community and culture at Sunset Lounge in the Historic Northwest District.

Award-winning R&B singer Chante Moore, as in Chante's got a man Chante Moore, will perform. Listening to this playlist will take you all the way back. 

Expect performances by Zion’s Sons Gospel Choir and Deep Fried Funk Band too.

As you would expect, the activity-filled festival is kid-friendly. If you’ve got a little superstar, make sure he or she is ready to compete in the children's dance contest. 

The Sunset Lounge will get a makeover after this year’s event. The City of West Palm Beach will start renovations to revitalize the historic site and create a destination focusing on its African-American jazz history. 


The Deets:

What: Heart & Soul Fest 

When: Saturday, April 22 from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Where: On the corner of Rosemary Ave and 8th Street; 891 N Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach

Kid-Friendly: Yes

Cost: FREE


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Community

What is Earth Day? 5 things to know
What is Earth Day? 5 things to know

Sunday is Earth Day 2018, and more than one billion people across the globe are expected to celebrate with environmentally friendly events. But what exactly is Earth Day? Here's what you need to know: >> Read more trending news  The first Earth Day celebration took place 48 years ago, in 1970, after a devastating oil spill in America brought...
Record Store Day: Why are so many vinyl record stores opening in Palm Beach County?
Record Store Day: Why are so many vinyl record stores opening in Palm Beach County?

Analogopolis Records, Films, Games & Things is a mouthful of a title for a record store. Let owner Tom Procyk explain. “There are all these record stores with crazy names,” he said. “I was looking for something hard to say and hard to pronounce, but once you hear it you won’t forget it.” The 36-year-old music enthusiast...
‘Moderate’ drinking guidelines are too loose, study says
‘Moderate’ drinking guidelines are too loose, study says

A sweeping international study of alcohol consumption has found no overall health benefits from moderate drinking and calls into question the U.S. guidelines that say men can safely drink twice as much as women. The threshold for low-risk drinking, the researchers found, is about seven beers a week for men and women alike. The new report, published...
How a fringe idea to solve the opioid crisis turned mainstream
How a fringe idea to solve the opioid crisis turned mainstream

The idea that a someone who’s not a medical professional could reverse deadly drug overdoses by injecting victims with an antidote was once fringe. Now it’s widely accepted - and got even stronger backing this month with a rare announcement from the U.S. surgeon general. Jerome Adams urged Americans to consider getting trained to administer...
Dietary Supplements: What we need to know
Dietary Supplements: What we need to know

I was at a national conference in 1994 (yes, I’m that old) when a speaker from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told us big changes were on the way in the field of dietary supplements. How right she was. The 1994 Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act (DSHEA) removed dietary supplements from the strict scrutiny of the FDA, the agency...
More Stories