Taste of Soul: You'll love this free, waterfront event!


It’s time for tasty Caribbean dishes and some jammin’! The 5th annual Taste of Soul event will be held downtown West Palm Beach by the waterfront on Saturday, Nov. 11. 

Get your wife, your dog and your babies ready! It’s party time. 

TheTaste of Soul Food Festival will be donating all admission proceeds to the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands.

Expect some of the best soul food on hand with vendors selling dishes such as Jamaican curry chicken, cornbread, chicken fried steak, collard greens, sweet potatoes and more. 

There will be plenty of live music by local favorites including The People Upstairs and Chemradery. And this year’s headliners are Brenda K. Starr and Brian McKnight. Check Taste of Soul’s website for music lineup.

Kids will enjoy free bounce houses, face painting and games like the classic Tug-o-War, Big-Jenga, Twister and more. 

>> SEE PHOTOS: Faces of Taste of Soul 2016


If you go: 

What: Taste of Soul

When: Nov. 11 starting at 2 p.m.

Where: 105 Evernia St., West Palm Beach (Click on the address to open in Google Maps)


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