SunFest, Florida’s largest music, art and waterfront festival announces the lineup for the 37th annual event. The national headliners include: Keith Urban, OneRepublic, G-Eazy, Diplo, Tears for Fears, Earth, Wind & Fire, Bebe Rexha, Rebelution, Papa Roach, Don Omar, Ludacris, Lil Dicky, Stick Figure, Iration, Flogging Molly, Garbage, Big Gigantic, The B-52s, MAX, Fortunate Youth, Patrick Droney, Larkin Poe, Manic Focus, Nightly, Magic City Hippies, Hawthorne Heights, Des Rocs, ¡Mayday!, ripmattblack, and Ballyhoo!

“Every year it’s exciting to put together the lineup,” said SunFest Executive Director Paul Jamieson “As it all came together we saw that this could be one of the most musically-diverse lineups out in 2019 and for us in many years. With everything from country to hip-hop, from rock to reggae, we have a lineup that appeals to a very wide audience and makes being at the festival fun.”

Also scheduled to perform at SunFest are regional and local acts: Anthony Russo, Josie Dunne, Duonia, Yeek, Marc Scibilia, Spazz Cardigan, Arielle, Gia Woods, Absoloot, AfterMidNite, Alexander Star, Antonio Camelo, GHOST LION, J Sexton, Lochness Monster, RetroRev, SplytSecond, and Spred the Dub.

New this year: The Waterfront Hospitality area is all-new for the 2019 festival. The upgrade area renamed The Cove is located adjacent to the Ford Stage along the water. The new look and feel offers enhanced seating and lounge areas and a signature Boho Dome & Bar, and two additional private bar areas. Exclusive food options will be available for purchase and celebrity chefs will be curating daily specials. The notable chefs include Ralph Pagano of Naked Taco of Miami (Thursday), and Hedy Goldsmith of Ad Lib in Miami (Sunday). Other amenities include premier viewing of the Ford Stage, two complimentary drinks, unlimited water and soda, private airconditioned restrooms, and charging station. Cove tickets are available for daily purchase and vary in cost by day from $125-$145. “The new look and feel makes this the perfect party destination,” said Jamieson. “We expect people to spend the day there or use it as a home base to gather with friends between shows. This year’s revamping of this area makes The Cove the best place to enjoy the festival with VIP amenities and a chic ambiance.”

Also new this year is the offering of a small number of Silver Passes. This VIP experience is being added as the festival sees more interest in all-inclusive upgrade experiences. The program stems from the popularity of the festival’s Gold Pass that sells out based on throughout the site. Quantities are limited. $299 for a Thursday or Friday, and $399 for a Saturday or Sunday pass, and the 4-Day Silver Pass is $1,249 per person. For more information about VIP programs visit SUNFEST.COM/VIP

A full lineup and schedule can be found online at SUNFEST.COM

Fun facts: More than 2,000 volunteers support SunFest; last year people traveled from 49 states, 31 countries and more than 200 cities outside of Palm Beach County; Economic impact to the area is more than $15 million; partner with local charities to provide more than $100,000 annually for their causes.

WAYS TO SAVE: For more information on the following ticket deals and promotions visit

Bank of America salutes the troops, Military personnel can purchase a 1-day ticket for $37, a discount of $18 off gate price. This promotion is available by verifying your service through GovX. Discount ends on April 27. Valid for Active Duty, National Guard, Reservists & Veterans. This promotion is sponsored by Bank of America and purchased online, visit

Youth tickets: Kids 5 and under are FREE courtesy of Wells Fargo.


Tickets for SunFest 2019 are on sale now. Purchases can be made online at, at the SunFest store located at 525 Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach, or by calling 1- 800-SUNFEST. Advance tickets are also sold between April 13 and April 27 at Palm Beach and Martin County Publix Super Market locations.

Festival tickets are currently at the lowest price and increase twice before the festival. Current pricing is $41 for a 1-day pass, $65 for a 2-day pass, and $83 for a 4-day pass. This special lineup discount period ends February 22. All advance discount prices end on April 27 at which time patrons will need to select from weekday ($55) and weekend ($60) ticket options; and, 2 and 4-day passes will not be sold Saturday and Sunday of the festival.

All ticket information can be found online at

Thursday, May 2: 5-10 pm
Friday, May 3: 5-11 pm
Saturday, May 4: Noon-11 pm
Sunday, May 5: Noon-9 pm

THE FIREWORKS SHOW: The Fireworks Show will close the festival on Sunday, May 5 at 9 pm.

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