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Upcoming international events in the palm beaches


Upcoming events in Palm Beach, Florida

The Palm Beaches have long been a elegant playground for the world's elite clientele. Since it's humbling beginnings, the upper echelons of society all across the globe have made the Palm Beaches their winter, and sometimes, their year-round home, bringing an International flair rivaled only by nearby Miami.

When you combine the beauty of the area with the accessibility and new luxurious residential developments, such as Water Club North Palm Beach, the Palm Beaches are the perfect location for the world's elite to gather for world-renowned showcases all-year round, such as the Palm Beach International Boat Show and Film Festival coming this spring.

The 32nd annual Palm Beach International Boat Show is set to take place from March 23-26 along Flagler Drive in Downtown West Palm Beach, directly across the Intracoastal Waterway from Palm Beach Island. Ranked highly among the top 10 yachting events in the world, the show will feature more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories, including hundreds of boats ranging from small inflatables and tenders to superyachts nearly 300 feet in length.

Building on the momentum of continued growth, the Palm Beach International Boat Show has earned recognition by many renowned European shipyards for the special audience it attracts to one of the world's most popular destinations for the global elite. Among the prestigious builders joining the roster of exhibitors at the 2017 event are Amels, Feadship, Heesen, Moonen and Palumbo.

The 22nd Palm Beach International Film Festival is unlike any other film festival in America. The festival, which runs from March 29-April 2, is renowned for showing filmmakers and filmgoers a good time with parties and glittering special events.

Last year 121 films were screened, of which nearly half were foreign. 78 features were presented, including 24 World, International, North American, and U.S. Premieres. Over 60 filmmakers, along with cast, crew, and special guests, chose to attend. Many made the trip here at their own expense from countries such as Canada, Israel, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Venezuela, to name just a few.

Most notably, PBIFF was the launching pad for the #1 most profitable movie of all time, Joel Zwick's My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Following its world premiere at the 2002 festival, the film took in worldwide gross revenue of $369 million on a $6 million budget, giving it a return on investment of 6150% — a record which stands to this day.

Kolter Urban's Water Club may be one of the very last residential developments to add to the luster of the Palm Beaches.

Kolter Urban's Water Club may be one of the very last residential developments to add to the luster of the Palm Beaches. Water Club features two, soon to be three, distinctive towers, offset to create open sight lines to the water and surrounding area. The carefully planned private elevator design allows through-views in both directions from each residence and optimizes security and privacy. Elegant tower residences range from 1,728 to 2,602 square feet; lavish penthouse residences encompass 2,499 to 3,330 square feet.

The arrival lobby will take your breath away, and the designer furnished models will leave you speechless. If the anticipation is too much, please click here or call 561.799.2837 to schedule a Private Showing. Prime residences remain available in the first two buildings. Priced from the $900s to over $2 million.