Clematis by Night West Palm’s favorite Thursday night tradition for more than 20 years. During Clematis by Night, “Where the Party Begins,” guests will enjoy live music, food and drink specials and the hottest local social scene, creating an unmatched seaside happy hour setting. For more information, please visit Wpb.org/events or follow the City of West Palm Beach on Facebook @CityofWPB, on Twitter @westpalmbch or on Instagram @westpalmbch.
- February 14: Firefighter Chili Cookoff |
Watch firefighters from different stations, chefs from local restaurants and others compete for the coveted “best chili” recognition. The public is invited to get in on the action by purchasing a wristband to gain access to unlimited samples – and cast their own vote. Proceeds are earmarked to benefit charity and tickets are $10. The steamy competition will turn up the heat on Valentine’s Day, so stay tuned for more information.
Opener: Tim Charron (Country) | www.timcharron.com
Tim Charron is a country rock recording artist that currently divides his time between Nashville and Florida. Charron currently has three albums out, the latest, Chasing The Sun, was recorded with country mega star Jason Aldean’s band. He considers his music to be “Country Rock with a Twist of Lime.” Some of his greatest influences are musical greats like John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church and Nirvana. However, one of the greatest influences on his life (and in his music) has come from Mother Nature herself, the beach.
Headliner: Maggie Baugh (Country)| https://www.maggiebaugh.com/home
Calling all country music fans… come down to Clematis by Night to see a live performance featuring multi-instrumentalist and singer Maggie Baugh, a young, South Florida-based county music sensation. Just shy of 18-years-old, Baugh is already a Nashville Recording artist, singer/songwriter, guitar player and dynamic fiddle player. She has shared the stage with performers like Ashley Monroe, Taylor Hicks, Drew Baldridge, Josh Dorr, and Radio Romance, and even played the fiddle during live performances of "Devil Went Down to Georgia" alongside Charlie Daniels.