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7 Can't-Miss April Events

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A Night with Stars

Experience the best talent U.S. figure skating has to offer at Stars on Ice on April 8 at the BB&T Center. With performances by U.S. national champion Nathan Chen, world championships  silver medalist  Ashley Wagner, three-time world championships medalists Maia and Alex Shibutani and more, Stars on Ice will be a night to remember. (Tickets from $25; starsonice.com)

Night with Stars

Tortuga’s Back

Returning to Fort Lauderdale beach April 6 to 8, Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival will feature some of country music’s hottest artists, including Florida Georgia Line, Keith Urban and Eric Church. The three-day, multi-stage concert supports Rock the Ocean Foundation, which raises public awareness about ocean preservation efforts. (Ticket prices vary; tortugamusicfestival.com)

Tortuga Music Festival

Delray Affair

Celebrating its 56th year, the Delray Affair brings together artists and crafters from across the nation and around the world at one of the largest arts and crafts festivals in the Southeast United States. The event will be taking place from April 13 to 15 in downtown Delray Beach, and guests will have the opportunity to stroll through 12 blocks of fine art and funky products. (free, delrayaffair.com)

Delray Affair

Connect, Reflect and Learn

The Yoga Expo returns to the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center on April 14. This year’s event will feature more than 40 teachers, from local studios and around the world, in eight different styles. Guests will have access to classes, a marketplace, live music, and aerial and acro yoga shows, in addition to a local, sustainable food court. (Ticket prices vary; theyogaexpo.org)

Wicked Book Weekend

Those who love romance novels can attend Wicked Book Weekend hosted by Coral Springs blogger Ana Ivies at Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach from April 20 to 23. The event will include book signings by more than 50 writers, including best-selling authors Lisa Renee Jones, A.L. Jackson and more, as well as dinner at Lips and a sunset water taxi bar crawl. (Ticket prices vary; wickedbookevents.com)

Wicked Book Weekend

On the Road to Hamilton

Listen to and trace the course of Broadway’s musical history that has led to today’s era of “Hamilton” at “On the Road to Hamilton: From Gilbert & Sullivan to Rap” during select dates from April 2 to 12. Guests will hear some of the greatest pieces from Broadway performed by singers and an orchestra at the Delray Beach Playhouse. ($35, delraybeachplayhouse.com)

Young Talent

Enjoy classical music and celebrate young talent as the Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County performs at Mizner Park Amphitheater on April 29. The Youth Orchestra’s mission is to provide young musicians with music education while developing an appreciation for classical music in the community. (free; myboca.us/calendar.aspx)