The Palm Beach Show 2020 opens today!

The Palm Beach Show 2020 opens today!

The 17th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is back in 2020, with a brand new name and a brand new look.

This is the last of West Palm Beaches big art shows of the season. So make sure you take time between now and February 18th.

February 13-18, 2020
Palm Beach County Convention Center

Get your tickets here. General Admission $20 – Opening Night $100

Opening Night Preview Party
Thursday, February 13, 2020 | 7:00 – 10:00 pm

General Admission Opening hours
Friday 11am – 7pm
Saturday 11am – 7pm
Sunday 11am – 7pm
Monday 11am – 7pm
Tuesday 11am – 6pm

The founders of Palm Beach Show are Scott Diament & Rob Samuels, Who have owned Provident Jewelry for the last 25 years. Expanding it from it’s original location on Clematis Street to 7 different locations.

As organizers, each year we strive to exceed the prior year’s offering of objects of excellence. We travel the globe, to the finest art and antiques shows worldwide, in addition to frequenting the most important shows in our nation. As a result it is our pleasure to present an international array of highly esteemed exhibitors in each category, brought together for one spectacular event.

To our visitors, we extend our warmest welcome, and invite you to take advantage of this cultural experience and the opportunity to meet many of the world’s most renowned and respected jewelry, fine art and antique dealers who are eager to share their knowledge and treasures with you.

Scott Diament & Rob Samuels

West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James welcomed the Palm Beach Show to West Palm Beach and had these words for the guests

The Palm Beach Show has become a hallmark of the Palm Beach season, both in terms of the cultural experience it provides and the economic advantates it brings to our community through tourism and international business.

In addition to enjoyin the amazing collection of art, antiques and jewelry, I invite you to explore the many other treasures our City has to offer. Visitors to this show will find that West Palm Beach is well known for its natural beatuy, its rich diversity and cultural heritage, and its art.

I invite you to enjoy our spectacular downtown waterfront, our shopping districts, sports activities, cultural amenities and historic neighborhoods.

West Palm Beach Mayor, Keith James


Here’s a list of some of the Galleries and Studios which will be exhibiting in Palm Beach Show 2020.

Click here to see the full list.

And here is a sneak peak of some of the Art that will be on display.

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This is why it takes me so long to walk down Clematis Street each day, also why I love it so much.

After work while strolling back to my car I walked into an “Unbirthday Party” that @speakupforkidspbc was throwing at @subculturecoffee. The event was to raise awareness to their Guardian ad Litem program.

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Artist Heather Neiman supported the event through her art

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It was inspiring to hear all the work that they were doing. Thanks for bringing your passion and throwing a party on Clematis Street!

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