The Florida Keys & Key West

Calendar of Events

Current Florida Keys Arts & Culture Events

  • Mar. 30, 2017 - Sep. 4, 2017 Location: Islamorada Category: Arts & Culture
  • History of Diving Museum: Spiegel Grove Exhibit
  • 305-664-9737 Website
  • Enjoy a special exhibit celebrating and honoring the Spiegel Grove, intentionally sunk 15 years ago off Key Largo. This exhibits highlights all who served on this great ship, missions it participated in, the efforts in preparing her for sinking and the environmental impact the artificial reef has had on the area. The exhibit is to be on display through Labor Day.
  • May. 10, 2017 - May. 27, 2017 Location: Key West Category: Arts & Culture
  • FOREVER PLAID
  • Box Office (305-294-5015) Email Website
  • Presented by Waterfront Playhouse. Forever Plaid is one of the most beloved musicals of our generation. One stormy night, four eager singers known as "The Plaids" meet their untimely ends. Miraculously they return from the afterlife to do the show they never got to perform. The boys deliver an unforgettable show that will have audiences tapping their toes to the great pop hits of the 1950s - including "Three Coins in the Fountain," "Heart and Soul," "Sixteen Tons," and "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing." Performances at 8 p.m.
  • May. 17, 2017 - May. 27, 2017 Location: Key West Category: Arts & Culture
  • Fringe Theater presents: Shirley Valentine
  • 305-731-0581 Website
  • Shirley might as well talk to the wall for as much as anyone listens to her. So she does. Talk to the wall. Constantly. While wondering how the rebellious girl who was Shirley Valentine has become the invisible mother-wife Shirley Bradshaw. Don't miss this delightful celebration of life as an ongoing adventure. Performances at 7 p.m., May 17-20 and 24-27 at Parish Hall behind St Paul's Episcopal Church at 401 Duval Street.
  • May. 27, 2017 - May. 28, 2017 Location: Key West Category: Arts & Culture
  • Key West Theater presents: Big Head Todd and The Monsters
  • Tickets 305-985-0433 Website
  • Big Head Todd and the Monsters are best known for their platinum-selling record Sister Sweetly, and from that record the hit song "Bittersweet," but have also been fans of blues music since their first days together playing music in high school. In 1997 they recorded a song with John Lee Hooker for their album Beautiful World, but it was in 2011 that the band really delved into the blues with their first Big Head Blues Club project, 100 years of Robert Johnson, which featured guest appearances by BB King, Hubert Sumlin, Charlie Musselwhite, Honeyboy Edwards, and more. That album led to a limited number of tour dates under the Big Head Blues Club moniker that same year. "The Songs of Willie Dixon," tribute is the next chapter in what seems to be becoming a new tradition for the band.