Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, the Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall has been hosting a number of galas and events since its grand opening in 1992. The Kravis Center is made up of four venues: Rinker Playhouse, Helen K. Persson Hall and Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall, as well as additional facilities. Along with the four venues, the Kravis Center also includes the Khoury Family Dance Rehearsal Hall, the Elmore Family Business Center for the Arts, the Cohen Pavilion, Gimelstob Ballroom, Weiner Banquet Center and the Picower Foundation Arts Education Center. Of all the venues, Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall is the largest and is the main facility for hosting events. To date, the Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall has hosted performances by Ella Fitzgerald, productions like the Lion King and more. Some of the best tickets available for Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall events can be found at StubHub.
How do I get to the Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall?
Getting to the Kravis Center is easy. Take exit 70 on I-95. The Kravis Center is north of Okeechobee Boulevard and located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Is on-site parking available at Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall events?
Free parking is available inside of the center's garage, which has 1,200 spaces throughout its five floors.
Metered parking is also available on Iris Street as well as Sapodilla Avenue. Valet service is available and is generally $12, or if you'd prefer premium service, the fee is $20. Accessible parking is also available at Kravis Center. These spaces are on three of the five floors inside the garage and are closest to elevators as well as theater walkways.
Is the Kravis Center a wheelchair-friendly facility?
The Kravis Center has seating that is accessible by wheelchair. Complimentary wheelchairs are also available by request if needed. Other special seating accommodations may be made when you contact the venue. Hearing assistance devices are also available for those with hearing impairments. Not only are accommodations made for the hearing impaired, but the Kravis Center also has Open Captioning during matinee shows of Kravis On Broadway each Saturday. In addition, signing for the deaf is also provided at matinee shows of Kravis on Broadway each Sunday. These special seats are first come, first served, so it is best to call about this in advance. Elevators and restrooms at the Kravis Center are accommodating for the disabled because they are sizable for wheelchair accessibility and have signs that are written in Braille.
Is food available at Kravis Center events?
When coming to a Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall event, you will be able to enjoy a cocktail, light meal and more at Bistro Teatro, which is in the lobby at the Mezzanine level. The menu has a variety of items such as sandwiches, salads, soups and more, and it is all available for order 1 1/2 hours before showtime.Back to Top
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