For our full lineup go to our “Schedule” page on the panel breakdowns.
The Palm Beach Book Festival will take place on April 21 and 22, 2017. Please note: TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE except in the event of an author emergency. Please check this website for frequent updates.
Day One Special Event – April 21, 2017 – 2:000 pm – 4:00 pm – Palm Beach Atlantic University. $20 – one ticket price for both panels. Parking available in campus garage. Students will direct you to parking.
David Denby & Ed Boland discuss ‘are the classics still relevant in today’s classrooms? ‘ and from 3-4 pm, Laurie Hernandez…Olympic winning/Dancing with the Stars winning, debut memoir writer on hopes, dreams, and being sixteen.
Please note that this event is NOT part of the April 22nd all-day pass. This is a separate event for educators with limited tickets being sold to the public. Seats are on a first-come-first-serve-basis.
All Day Tickets – April 22nd – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm – Harriet Himmel Theatre, CityPlace, West Palm Beach.
Parking for full day will be $10 in garage. Please note we are working on getting a discounted rate. For individual panels first hour is FREE parking.
Tickets for our full/big day of April 22nd, Saturday, Harriet Himmel Theatre, are sold in full day passes $100, below, and individual panels $25, below…
Author book signings/meet & greet of the authors will follow each individual panel.
BOOK SIGNING PROCEDURES DAY OF THE 22nd FESTIVAL with Follett Book Agency:
1. To accommodate as many patrons in as orderly a manner as possible, there will be specific book signing procedures in place during the festival. Follett Book Agency will be handling the sale of this year’s books with a multitude of staff to assist you.
2. All books for signing are available on site the day of the festival.
* PLEASE NOTE BOOKS ONLY PURCHASED AT THE FESTIVAL WILL BE ALLOWED AUTOGRAPHS. With a $75 book purchase our patrons’s receive an exclusive Palm Beach Book Festival tote. Patrons must have a ticket to the presentation in order to be allowed into the theater and to purchase books for signing.