West Palm Beach Features Sandi the Singing Christmas Tree

/West Palm Beach Features Sandi the Singing Christmas Tree

West Palm Beach Features Sandi the Singing Christmas Tree

It’s the holiday season in South Florida! See the beautiful lights on the palm trees and hear the festive music playing all around! Christmas is here (bringing good cheer), and West Palm Beach is celebrating it right! Sandi the singing Christmas tree is a family event you cannot miss! After seeing it myself, I am in awe… I mean, she is a sand tree that sings! (#Cool!) If you have not been to see her yet this season, you MUST GO ASAP!! ūüėČ She is performing nightly shows until January 1, 2017! Oh, and seeing this musically talented tree is FREE family fun! (#Yay!)

West Palm Beach Features Sandi the Singing Christmas Tree

This lovely, 600-ton¬†Christmas tree is the center of West Palm Beach’s “Holiday in Paradise”. Sandi is sculpted from 600 tons of sand – and she stands at 35-feet tall!

There is even a whale in the tree! <3

Oh, and of course, Santa Claus!

You mustn’t miss a chance to visit downtown West Palm Beach to take your picture with Sandi. She brings smiles to all around. Her nightly shows entail music and light shows with her dazzling¬†5,000¬†animated lights. Team Sandtastic, an international award-winning team of sand sculptors, created her. AND Sandi has been featured on major news outlets and entertainment shows – as well as being¬†named “Best New Event Within an Existing Festival” by the International Festivals and Events Association and “Most Innovative Program” by the Florida Festivals and Events Association.

Directions to Sandi

Address: 101 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL  33401

Exit I-95 exit east onto Okeechobee Boulevard. Then go east on Okeechobee until you reach Quadrille Boulevard. Turn left onto Quadrille Boulevard and travel north until you reach Clematis Street. At Clematis Street make a right and go east past Olive Avenue to the West Palm Beach Waterfront. The Waterfront is located at the end of Clematis Street along Flagler Drive.

You can park in city lots and garages for just $1.00 for the first two hours and then $1.00 for each additional hour.

*City meters are FREE weekdays after 7 p.m.* ūüôā¬†

 

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