This is our collection of five great places where you can listen to live music near Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Palm Beach County is the place to be for those interested in the arts. From museums to cultural events, it’s always easy to find a way to have a great time. But where do residents go when they want to listen to live music? These five places are some local favorites! 

Angry Moon Cigars 

Make sure to get yourself to Palm Beach Gardens’ preferred spot for great cigars and tunes as soon as you can. An atmosphere reminiscent of an old jazz club, a world class humidor that keeps the cigars fresh, tasting and pairing events, and friendly service make this place. On Thursday and Friday nights, John the Piano Man tickles the ivories, completing the speakeasy atmosphere.

Mainstreet at Midtown

Located down PGA Boulevard, here’s where you can hear a mix of musical styles. When you’re done shopping for designer pieces at stores such as PB Athletic Wear and Yoga and California Closets, and dining at restaurants such as III Forks Steakhouse and Christopher’s Kitchen, enjoy the tunes of whatever live band is playing that night. Keep an eye out for fun music festivals as well-Midtown was the home of the Peace, Love, and Wellness Music Festival!

Blue Pointe Bar and Grill

The island vibe at this place brings good times and island-style live music. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you can enjoy Roasted Garlic Shrimp Flatbread and Mahi Reubens to the sound of singers playing tropical tunes. The parties here are always fun, and always something to experience!

Twisted Trunk

Palm Beach Gardens’ preferred location for beer, this brewery knows how to have a good time. Their Food Truck Fridays are phenomenal, featuring food trucks from all over the area. Grab a brew, grab a few friends, and relax to the tune of live music being played.

Draft House Bar & Grille

This cozy dive bar serves as where Palm Beach Gardens goes after a fun day of playing in the surf or enjoying a few rounds of golf with friends. The live music acts go great with the bar treats and beers, as well!

With its full social calendar and proximity to all Palm Beach County has to offer, BallenIsles Country Club allows for music lovers to take advantage of the local music scene better than anywhere else. In addition, whether your sport of choice is tennis, golf, or swimming, or anything else, you’ll find something to enjoy at BallenIsles. The Club maintains a full calendar of fun activities, and you’ll find events where you can meet family and friends for a great time. The area of Palm Beach Gardens is interested in fostering the arts, and is always hosting an outdoor festival or other program that lets local artists show off their talents. Click here to schedule your private tour today.

A Financial Grant from the BallenIsles Charities Foundation provides funding for the Feed the Hungry Pantry food program.Every month, as part of its mission to end hunger in Palm Beach County, the Feed the Hungry Pantry gives boxes and bags packed with free, healthy food to over 2,200 families in need. A Financial Grant from the BallenIsles Charities Foundation provides funding for the food program.

On Saturday, June 23, as around 150 families gathered along a pantry line in West Palm Beach to receive the free food, volunteers from BallenIsles were there to help.

BallenIsles Charities Foundation President Mark Freeman, BallenIsles Country Club Executive Chef Gregory, Assistant General Manager Peter Serena, and Director of Marketing Brian Merbler joined other Feed the Hungry Pantry volunteers in helping bag fresh foods. They worked on the assembly line, filling arriving vehicles with around 100 pounds of staples for families in need. 

This was the second pantry line this month for families that registered to get fresh foods, including meats, vegetables, fruits and eggs.  It followed last week's pantry which helped feed more than 600 families.

"Feed the Hungry has helped feed thousands of Palm Beach County residents this month alone," Co-Founder Dan Shorter said. In addition, Feed the Hungry sent food for 96 home bound elderly and veterans.

"Today's effort further underlines the caring community that is BallenIsles and I also want to thank the BallenIsles Country Club and the BallenIsles Community Association for making this happen," Mr. Freeman said.

The BallenIsles Charities Foundation's Grant to Feed the Hungry is one of forty-six grants, totaling a record $575,000awarded this year. Since its formation by BallenIsles residents, more than $2.3 million has been awarded in financial grants to local non-profits and civic organizations.

BallenIsles’ own professional golf staff has offered tips for those who are looking to get ready for summer and work on their swing-read on to learn how!  The expert golfer is always adjusting themselves. Whether it’s the way that they dress for the weather or their playing posture, they’re always looking for something to change to improve their game. BallenIsles’ own professional golf staff has offered tips for those who are looking to get ready for summer and work on their swing-read on to learn how!  

Stay Cool!

Regulating your body temperature is important for any outdoor activity that you do, and golf is no exception. Do everything that you can to keep your cool, including drinking water and sports drinks, playing early in the day or late in the evening to avoid the sun, and utilizing sunscreen.

Hit It Hard!

When it comes to driving the ball as far as it can go, many factors go into every element involved. It would stand to reason that the harder that you hit the ball, the farther that it would travel, when it’s actually the reverse that’s true. Tension in the hands and arms cuts down on speed, so remember to keep your arms and hands relaxed when you’re ready to putt.

Keep Your Stance!  

You may recognize the proper golf stance, but it’s important to improve it as you go along. Remember to keep your stance by standing tall and tilting forward at the hip. This allows you to have enough control to drive the ball as far as you need to without hurting yourself. Pay a visit to the practice facility at BallenIsles to meet with a professional golf staff member who can advise you on the proper stance.

Located at the heart of Palm Beach Gardens, this exclusive country club hosts some of the best dining and golfing in the area in one of the most financially powerful areas in the world. This club is designed to accommodate the golfer, whether seasoned or new to the game, with a variety of on-site programs and award winning courses. Professionals at the golf practice facility are there to advise you on everything golf related, from improving your swing to helping you select the best golf club for your game. The on-site Clubhouse hosts a variety of features, including two bars and a restaurant that overlooks the final hole one of BallenIsles’ famous golf courses. Book time at the golf practice facility at BallenIsles and work towards golfing greatness. Become part of BallenIsles -call (561)622-0220 or click here to do so.

Father's Day Buffets, Dive-In Movie, Wine Around Town and 4th of July BBQ are just a few of the events we have planned for this summer. Tons of summer planned here at BallenIsles. Check out some of upcoming events we have scheduled for the summer. Members, be sure to register when you can. 


Sunday, June 17, 10:00 am - 2:30 pm, Bistro 105

Exciting gourmet options to choose from, or try them all. There will also be a Bloody Mary & Mimosa Bar. 



Sunday, June 17, 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm, Bistro 105

There will be a fun "Chop Saw" Carving Board and Hunter Buffet" followed by a special Dessert Station just for Dad's Sweet Tooth. 



Friday, June 15, 8:00 pm, BallenIsles Pool

Grab an inner tube, bring your own or a lounge chair and enjoy the show!

Complimentary, popcorn included, concessions for purchase. 



Wednesday, June 20, 6:00 pm, at Salute Market

$100.00 per person, transportation provided. 



Wednesday, June 27, 4:30 pm, Sports Complex Conference Room 

Registration includes wine, cheese and an art canvas. 



Wednesday, July 4, 11:00 am - 2:30 pm 

Lunch BBQ Buffet, DJ, Face Painter & Balloon Artist. 


To find out more about what we have going on on site or to learn how to become a member, click here.  


Habitat for Humanity Groundbreaking Ceremony for The Wright FamilyInclement weather could not dampen the spirit of goodwill and optimism at a heartwarming ceremony Wednesday morning as Habitat for Humanity, Palm Beach County, broke ground to mark another significant milestone. 

With help in part from a financial grant by the BallenIsles Charities Foundation, construction has begun on a new, affordable home for the Kenrick Wright Family – a hard-working, proud father of two young children, aged 7 and 10 years old.

The Wright Family is pictured at right. At center is Habitat for Humanity’s Board President Kerry Colvett, with BallenIsles Charities Foundation President Mark Freeman alongside BallenIsles Community Association Vice President Pat Rado. Architect David Porter is at left.

"We were pleased to make a financial grant to this outstanding project that will provide affordable, quality housing and a sustainable community for this hard-working young man and his family," BICF President Mark Freeman said. 

On completion, this latest Habitat for Humanity, Palm Beach County home, located in West Palm Beach, will bring the total to 228 homes constructed by the non-profit organization and dedicated to a deserving family.

Habitat for Humanity Chief Development Officer Amy Brand thanked the BallenIsles Charities Foundation for the generosity of its Financial Grant. “We are grateful to the BallenIsles Charities Foundation and its singular support that made the project possible,” she said.

Habitat for Humanity, Palm Beach County is a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of substandard housing by building decent, affordable houses for working families who also volunteer on the construction. 

The BallenIsles Charities Foundation’s Grant to Habitat for Humanity, Palm Beach County, is one of forty-six grants, totaling a record $575,000 awarded this year. Since its formation by BallenIsles residents, more than $2.3 million have been awarded in financial grants to local non-profits and civic organizations.