Memorial Day 2019 Events: Hyundai Air And Sea Show, Great American Beach Party & Much More

Memorial Day 2019 Events: Hyundai Air And Sea Show, American Beach Party, Twerkfest & Much More

                 Memorial Day 2019 Events: As we all know Memorial Day is just a few days away which is observed to remember and honor people who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Apart from this, Memorial Day weekend, consisting of equal parts in family-friendly fun with various remarkable events.

Well, the Memorial Day weekend is on-going and everyone must be thrilled to know about this year events on this special occasion. So, here are some of the Memorial Day observance which includes parties, concerts and food festivals from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale to Miami.

Memorial Day 2019 Events

Here is the top best Memorial Day 2019 events, let’s have a look….

2019 Hyundai Air and Sea Show

Hyundai Air and Sea Show Memorial Day 2019

Hyundai Air and Sea Show which is going to reward visitors with stirring aerial acts from the U.S. Navy Blue Angels will be your best experience of all time, especially if you are aerial stunts lover. The show will start from Friday-Saturday, May 25-26 at 10 am and is going to carry on till 6 pm.

While talking about the performance from Miami hitmaker Flo Rida, it is going to held on May 26 and will start from 4:30 pm.

If you are with your family then you must be headed to 11th to 14th Streets which is going to share a beach with the wilder crowds of Urban Beach Week, the lightly allied string of hip-hop performances and rooftop get-downs, all this is going to held on May 24-27. The military-themed party is also going to feature a U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute jump, a motocross demo as well as a fireworks finale.

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Great American Beach Party

Amazing American Beach Party Memorial Day 2019

Last year, Thunderstorms was shut out its sandy jamboree on Fort Lauderdale beach but not this year. The free all-day beach party will start on Saturday, May 25 at 10 am and will carry on till 8:30 pm. This year’s beach party is going to be featured by 1960s jazz-rock veterans Blood, Sweat & Tears (“You’ve Made Me So Very Happy,” “Spinning Wheel”).

They’ll be combined by Swahili Band, Pitbull of Blues, Shane Duncan, The Storm, Sabor Latino as well as Pocket Change, and will also join up with sand castle-sculpting, an art exhibition show, a car show as well as paratrooper demos.

Twerkfest 305

Twerkfest 305

If you prefer something bold and loud then we must suggest you to head for Twerkfest 305, which is proposing a $1,000 twerk competition at District 3 (3632 NW 25th Ave., 305-527-3653 to RSVP) in Wynwood. Although, we are not such assured how patriotic rump-shaking applies to Memorial Day, but $1,000 sounds like a well-intentioned donation to contribute to a local veteran’s fund. The twerk-off is going to take place on Saturday, May 25 from 11 pm and will conclude at 4 am.

West Palm Beach Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival

Memorial Day West Palm Beach Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival

The 16th yearly smash of music and Caribbean culture is going to be featured by British pop-reggae crooner Maxi Priest, whose ‘90s jams such as “Sure Fire Love” and “Just a Little Bit Higher” are bouncy, mystical announcements of his Rastafarian devotion. The celebration is going to take place on Monday, May 27 from 2 pm and will carry on till 11 pm. The party will be held at the South Florida Fairgrounds (9067 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach), and it is also going to feature sounds from I-Octane, Romain Virgo and Lake Worth reggae group Spread the Dub, together with this the carnival rides will also take place along with food vendors tossing jerk chicken and lobster.

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