7 South Florida Events To Attend In January

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7 South Florida Events To Attend In January

Pegasus World Cup

Experience a horse race like no other as the Pegasus World Cup Invitational returns Jan. 27 to Gulfstream Park. The second invitational will offer elevated food and beverages, live entertainment and world-class thoroughbred racing. (Tickets from $75; pegasusworldcup.com)

Art Fair on the Water

Travel via water taxi to Art Fort Lauderdale from Jan. 25 to 28 to view exhibitions by emerging artists. The four-day art fair transports attendees from Bahia Mar Yachting Center along the Intracoastal with stops at vacant multimillion-dollar waterfront properties. (Tickets from $36; artftlauderdale.com)

Rock the Runway

Take part in an elegant evening featuring men’s and women’s fashion at “Rock the Runway” fashion show on Jan. 19 at Boca Rio Golf Club. Hosted by Parkinson’s Foundation South Palm Beach County chapter, the fashion show features a dinner and silent and live auctions, which will raise funds and awareness for Parkinson’s disease. ($150; parkinson.org/southpalmbeachcounty)

Delray Beach Fashion Week

Celebrate fashion, local designers and beauty at Delray Beach Fashion Week in downtown Delray Beach from Jan. 24 to 28. Events will take place throughout the week, including runway shows, designer showcases and a stiletto race. (Ticket prices vary; delrayfashionweek.com)

Sunshine Music Festival

Enjoy a full day of live music at the Sunshine Music Festival on Jan. 14 at Mizner Park Amphitheater. The line-up includes Tedeschi Trucks Band, Mike Gordon, Galactic and more. (Tickets from $65; sunshinemusicfestival.com)

ChalkLit Festival

Watch art unfold before your eyes on the pavement at the Broward County Main Library on Jan. 13 for Fort Lauderdale’s inaugural ChalkLit Festival where artists will create live 2-D and 3-D murals. (free; browardlibrary.org)

Perceptual Tracking

View a confusing scene in the “Perceptual Tracking” exhibit beginning Jan. 11 at The Frank Art Gallery. The collaborative installation (on display until March 11) makes use of sculptural elements, color-field painting and atmospheric lighting. The front gallery will feature FATVillage artists with work along the theme of perception. (free; thefrankgallery.org)

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