The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau knows how to make a meeting planner shine. You'll appreciate the unparalleled attention from our award-winning Sunsational Service team. With the 600,000 sq. ft. LEED gold certified Broward County Convention Center, you'll enjoy state-of-the-art meeting and exhibit space plus more.Greater Fort Lauderdale's Summer Savings Plan gets you more meeting for less. For more info visit http://www.sunny.org/meetings/ or contact GFLMeetings@broward.org for more details.
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Suspended Between Myth and History: Browse through our enchanted crafts Village where over one hundred merchants and artisans demonstrate and sell their wares. Behold glass blowing, hammered pewter, wooden toys, unique pottery, clothing and a wealth of other riches. Applaud Hundreds of Performers, not only on our twelve stages but literally all around you. Sword fighters, minstrels, magicians, wenches and more. For all the world's a stage. Cheer Battling Knights, as they mount their steeds, lower their visors, aim their lances and charge at full tilt, thrice daily. Feast on Hearty Food fit for a King! Visit the Pub and toast to the Royal
Court with a tankard of ale or cider. Hip! Hip! Huzzah! Play Games of Chance and games of skill which challenge both young and old alike...archery, the test of strength, Jacob's Ladder and more. Weekends only. 10am-sunset.
The free St. Patrick's Parade and Festival has quickly grown into one of Fort Lauderdale's largest and most anticipated events, attracting spectators to the streets of downtown for a one-of-a-kind celebration of all things Irish. This year's event promises to be bigger and better than ever, highlighted by a colorful parade, live music, great food and outstanding entertainment.
Seminole Tribe of Florida will present a reenactment of the Second Seminole War at the Big Cypress Shootout at Billie Swamp Safari located between Fort Lauderdale and Naples, on the Big Cypress Reservation just north of I-75 (Alligator Alley) Exit 49. TICKETS: $10 adults, $6 children 12 and under.
The battle reenactments honor the Seminole’s struggle and sacrifice to remain in their homeland and will feature authentic weapons, soldier and warrior attire and tactics typical of the Second Seminole War.
The three-day event will also include music, Seminole food, Seminole and pioneer artisans, tomahawk throws, primitive archery competition, Se
inole Stomp Dancing, authentic Seminole and soldier camps, venomous snake shows and alligator wrestling. “Period settlers” from around the country will hew wood, iron and silver crafts and depict trading techniques from the Seminole war era. Musical guests include: Okefenokee Joe, Benjamin Dehart (The Cracker Tenor) and Tim Charron.
Celebrate this phenomenal collective event that combines fine artists, craft market exhibitors, and musical entertainment together in one amazing space. This spectacular event is held in a great location in Coral Springs, FL that will maximize your sales by bringing in expansive crowds. The Annual Coral Springs Festival of the Arts receives exceptional support from the Coral Springs Art Festival Committee, Mayor,and City Council, as well as local company sponsors. Take advantage of this highly profitable show and be a part of this year's event.
The Florida Derby is an American Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old horses held annually at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida on the Saturday closest to the end of March or the first of April. Added to the racing schedule in 1952, the Grade 1 race is run at 1⅛ miles on the dirt for a purse currently set at $1 Million.
Winners of the Florida Derby usually go on to compete in the Kentucky Derby.
Showcasing a sequence of spirits, wine or beer with food pairings, each bound to delight, educate and entertain guests and their palates. The highlights of the evening are tastings from nearly 50 of South Florida’s leading restaurants, and a vast array of wines and spirits from around the world courtesy Southern Wine and Spirits, the beverage sponsor as well as craft beers.
Top 10 reasons to choose Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding areas for your next meeting
Gold LEED certified 600,000 square foot waterfront Broward County Convention Center
With 1.3-acre sculpture plaza that can be converted into sunny event space. From custom marine-life carpeting to the Cyber Café, with rotating exhibits from local marine and eco-friendly artists, meet
With 1.3-acre sculpture plaza that can be converted into sunny event space. From custom marine-life carpeting to the Cyber Café, with rotating exhibits from local marine and eco-friendly artists, meeting attendees will be immersed in Greater Fort Lauderdale’s water culture. Sustainability is our number one priority.
at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL). When you land, you’re already in the heart of the city, just three miles from hotels, the Broward Convention Center, Port Everglades, attracti
at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL). When you land, you’re already in the heart of the city, just three miles from hotels, the Broward Convention Center, Port Everglades, attractions, the beaches and just about anywhere else your attendees want to be.
23 miles of Blue Wave beaches provide awe-inspiring views.
From luxury beachfront spa resorts to Superior Small Lodgings.The Lauderdale Convention Collection provides incentives and one-stop planning at six hotels adjacent to and within two miles of the Browa
From luxury beachfront spa resorts to Superior Small Lodgings.The Lauderdale Convention Collection provides incentives and one-stop planning at six hotels adjacent to and within two miles of the Broward Convention Center.