3 Things to Do This Week in Palm Beach County: June 27-July 4

Our editors highlight 3 noteworthy events for the upcoming week

June 28: Caribbean Chillers

Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens will host a free Jimmy Buffett tribute concert starring the Caribbean Chillers on June 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. Music lovers young and old can spend a summer evening listening to some of Buffett’s greatest hits, including “Margaritaville” and “Cheeseburger in Paradise.” Downtown at the Gardens’ free summer concert series continues through July and August and will include tributes to The Police, Aerosmith, and more. For more information, click here.

June 28-29: Celeste Barber

Life is never as fabulous as it appears on Instagram. Just ask Celeste Barber. The Australian comedian is an “anti-influencer” who rose to Instagram fame and amassed more than 5.6 million followers with her recreations of popular photos of the Kardashians and top models such as Martha Hunt and Bella Hadid. In addition to her parody posts, she also attempts to rise to the aspirational lifestyle shown in celebrity vlogs and tutorials, infusing her #celestechallengeaccepted videos with her signature self-deprecating humor and unadulterated realness. Barber will leave the Insta world behind (for now) when she appears at Palm Beach Improv in West Palm Beach. Across four performances on June 28 and 29, she’ll share the stories behind some of her favorite posts and discuss life as a social media star—whatever that means. For more information including show times, click here.

July 2: Rob Thomas

Three-time Grammy award winner Rob Thomas will perform at the Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton July 2. Although best known as the founder and front man of Matchbox Twenty, Thomas has found ample success as a solo artist, including hits like “Lonely No More” and “Smooth” with Santana. During his stop in Boca, he’ll perform selections from his decades-long career as well as songs from his latest studio release, Chip Tooth Smile. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. with opening act Abby Anderson. For more information, click here.

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