Here’s where to find free, waterfront concerts in Jupiter this month

All summer long, you can enjoy free, waterfront concerts in Jupiter, Florida. Find the music at one of the U.S. Immigration Fund’s most beautiful projects, Harbourside Place. Be entertained by some of the best local artists performing their music, as well as artists like JessLee from Season 14 of “The Voice.” Read below to find out more!

Harbourside Place in Jupiter. (Photo/Bill Ingram)


By: Sarah Elsesser, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

If you’re looking for family friendly and free events outside this weekend and throughout the summer, look no further. Harbourside Place has different concerts at its waterfront amphitheater almost every Friday and Saturday.

The music events are from 6 to 10 p.m. and draw big crowds, according to Connie Kartell, marketing director for Harbourside Place. So, get there early.

“We’ve had a really great season so far,” said Kartell. “We always get a nice crowd that comes out.”

These mini concerts have been going on for the past four years and one of the “special things” that Harbourside tries to do, according to Kartell, is have local artists perform. “We like to highlight our local talents from the community,” she said.

At the end of June, JessLee, a Stuart native who was on season 14 of “The Voice”, will perform. Another local singer and songwriter Nikki Lickstein, of Palm Beach Gardens, also will take the stage in June.

People can bring blankets and lawn chairs, but Kartell said to leave the coolers at home. Spectators can park in one of the two garages, where the first two hours are free, or there is a valet parking option.

Here is the June schedule for Harbourside Place’s live music at the waterfront:

Friday: Fireside Prophets

Saturday: Andrew Morris Band

June 8: Star Band

June 15: Steeltown Religion

June 16: Nikki Lickestein

June 23: Odyssey Road, performing legendary classics by Journey

June 29: Reggae Souljahs

June 30: JessLee from “The Voice”


To see the lineup for July and August, go to


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