In the island paradise of Key West we look for any excuse to celebrate. Whether it’s in honor of all things whacky during Fantasy Fest or reeling in the largest marlin during the annual Hemingway Days, refer to our events and festivals guide to see what’s going on during your stay.
Take a look at what’s set to open at the Custom House Museum, located in right near Mallory Square in Old Town.
Take part in Key West's embrace of "one human family" with these fun activities during Pride, which runs June 5-9.
Slots to participate in this annual gauntlet of tropical elements are limited, but if you’re planning to be a spectator, there’s plenty of comfortable areas around the island to catch a glimpse.
Make your own Key lime pie and enjoy pairings of grilled cheese and craft beer at the island's favorite food festival.
The Key West Half Marathon and 5k is coming up on January 20th! Beginning at 7:00 a.m., it’s a fast-paced 13.1 mile challenge across the island’s flat topography, and in true Key West style, it’s packed with fun events before, during and after.
JJ Grey and Mofro from Jacksonville Florida will play an outdoor concert in Key West this December. Held at the Sunset Green Event Lawn, the southern rock group will play soulful tunes mixed with funk during this winter concert on the lawn.
Every Fourth of July weekend, Key West gets together to celebrate the national fruit of the island - the Key Lime. From July 1 - 4, 2017, it’s Key Lime everything - pies, drinks, and even dinners and brunches.
It’s spring in Key West and that means blue skies, warm breezes, and Songwriters. The largest festival of its kind, the Key West Songwriters Festival celebrates the artists that write their own songs, although they may not always be the ones performing them. That said, here are the artists to keep on your radar at the Key West Songwriters Festival 2017.