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701 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts houses several theater spaces:
Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall (main concert hall)
Marshall E. Rinker Playhouse, Sr (located next to the parking garage on level three)
Helen K. Persson Hall (located on the second floor of the Cohen Pavilion)

The Center is conveniently located on the north side of Okeechobee Boulevard, one-half mile east of the Okeechobee Boulevard
I-95 Exit (exit 70), or one-quarter mile west of U.S. Highway 1 in downtown West Palm Beach.

Driving Directions

From I-95: Exit 70 at Okeechobee Boulevard, head east on Okeechobee Boulevard for approximately 1/2 mile. Take a left on Tamarind Avenue (first light, just past the railroad tracks). The Kravis Center parking garage will be on your right just past the driveway for the Cohen Pavilion loading dock.

From Florida’s Turnpike: Exit 99 the Turnpike at the West Palm Beach exit (Okeechobee Blvd). Head east approximately 7 miles. Continue past the I-95 overpass another 1/2 mile, and take a left on Tamarind Avenue (first light, just past the railroad tracks). The Kravis Center parking garage will be on your right just past the driveway for the Cohen Pavilion loading dock.

From U.S. Highway 1: Take U.S. 1 to Okeechobee Boulevard and head west approximately one quarter mile. Make a right onto Tamarind Avenue. The Kravis Center parking garage will be on your right just past the driveway for the Cohen Pavilion loading dock.

Valet Parking is available in front of the Center (enter from Okeechobee Blvd.). Click here for more information.

Public Transportation

Tri-Rail: West Palm Beach Station Stop. Click here for Tri-Rail schedule. 

Walking: We are located approximately 3 blocks south of the West Palm Beach Tri-Rail station.

Trolley: In cooperation with the Downtown Development Authority we have established trolley service between the Kravis Center and other downtown destinations and parking facilities. Planning a pre-theatre dining experience at a downtown restaurant? Take advantage of the Downtown Development Authority’s free trolley service that makes a stop at the Kravis Center on its route between CityPlace and Clematis Street. The trolley stops at the traffic circle on the east side of Dreyfoos Hall. Running in a continuous loop about every 10 minutes, the trolley operates Sunday through Wednesday 11 am to 9 pm, and Thursday through Saturday 11 am to 11 pm. Kravis Center guests using the service before a performance should allow at least 30 minutes travel time before curtain. Please note that the last pick-up takes place about a half-hour before service ends for the evening. Click here for more information on the trolley.