Fort Lauderdale Performing Arts
PERFORMING ARTS– Fort Lauderdale’s Much More than a Tropical Beach!
Whether you’re in the mood for a soothing symphony orchestra, a funny play or a thundering concert – cosmopolitan Fort Lauderdale has it all: sun, warmth and spectacular first-rate entertainment.
Also, be sure and check out our world-class Broward Center for the Performing Arts and see what’s going on near the North Beach Village and very close to the thriving, tree-lined Las Olas Boulevard. You and your family or loved one are sure to find something to amuse and tickle you, including the Miami City Ballet, Florida Grand Opera and Broadway Shows.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW Fifth Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Monday – Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
Further afoot, both the Hard Rock Live and the BB&T Center feature top-rate entertainment, too.
“The adrenaline of a live performance is unlike anything in film or theater. I can see why it’s so addictive.” – Gwyneth Paltrow
Natives used to take canoes to gatherings and celebrations in these waters. And you, too, can take a boat – a fun Water Taxi – to see a concert or show or live event. Of course, there’s many ways to travel from North Beach Village. We list them below for your convenience.
Travel daily between Oakland Park Blvd. to 17th Street Causeway, including the New River. All day passes are $10. Group tours and charters available. Call (954) 467.6677 for details or watertaxi.com
Located on the Intracoastal side, at the end of Cortez Street.
You’ll adore the quaint trolley service in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District. Hail the trolley at any point along the route. Visit suntrolley.com for detailed information, schedules and rates.
Yellow Cab Taxi Services
Ocean View Rickshaw
Broward County Transit (Bus)
“All the performances of human art, at which we look with praise or wonder, are instances of the resistless force of perseverance; it is by this that the quarry becomes a pyramid, and that distant countries are united with canals.” – Samuel Johnson