September is full speed ahead with amazing cultural events at Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District, from “The Orphan Train” theatrical production at Broward Center for the Performing Arts to Martha Gutiérrez-Steinkamp’s lecture about Spain’s contribution to U.S. independence at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society.
The temperature may be rising in August, but along the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District, you’ll be happy to feel the heat of hot music, scintillating history and explosive art.
Fort Lauderdale in July … the perfect time to get out and enjoy some amazing culture with a natural, outdoor twist. From a “jungle fantasy” to cruises on the Intracoastal and New River, Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District partners are presenting cultural events that show appreciation for the nature that surrounds us.
Are you a fan of the hit TV shows “The Voice” and/or “American Idol®?” If so, you may be singing all the way to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts this summer with Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District’s ticket giveaways on Facebook, for both shows’ 2014 tour performances in Fort Lauderdale.
Perfect images of summer in Fort Lauderdale: Strolling with your four-legged friend under the Florida sunshine down trendy Las Olas Boulevard, aside the rolling waves at Canine Beach, or along the New River at Riverwalk Linear Park.
The love between characters Sam and Molly in “Ghost The Musical” is something out of this world.
Even though April is known for its spring showers that bring flowers, at the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District, this month is marked by “Ghosts,” a time-honored opera, music under the stars, mid-century architecture and many more cultural wonders. Here’s a sampling of what’s happening at the Riverwalk A&E District this month: