Spring is in the air in Key West!
Besides gorgeous island weather, there are many exciting events occurring around town in March and April. Don’t wait to make your reservations at your favorite HISTORIC KEY WEST INN. For a limited time, we are offering our “Stay Longer – Get More” special, available at all five hotels thru May. Earn discounts and freebies for each additional night of your stay. Make reservations now and join us for a memorable vacation.
March 12 – 13th
Tour five elegant and unique homes of Key West. Proceeds help benefit the Old Island Restoration Foundation. Presented by the Old Island Restoration Foundation, this house and garden tour offers a rare opportunity to see inside some of Key West’s magnificent, charming and tropical residences.
Celebrate Cuba Week finishes with the hottest event of the year, March 13. This annual event has returned to the Garden with the sounds of Havana Soul; enjoy mojitos, authentic Cuban food, original Cuban art, live auction and more. This HOT benefit always sells out so make your reservations early!
Fight Night in the Keys
A Key West boxing tradition dating back to Ernest Hemingway’s days on our island with a series of evening bouts in a harborfront ring at Mallory Square. Fight Night in the Keys has seven matches slated, highlighted by a 12-round fight for the WBC international heavyweight title featuring defending champion Odlanier Solis.
April 10 – 11th
Rock and rumble with the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration team and the Blue Angels, as well as aerial demonstrations by military and civilian performers, and static military and vintage aircraft. Free admission to Naval Air Station.
April 13th – 17th
With a guaranteed top prize of $100,000, the prestigious sailfish challenge draws top teams and benefits the Don Shula Foundation for Breast Cancer Research, Camp Boggy Creek for youngsters with chronic and life-threatening illnesses, and other national and local charities.
April 16th – 25th
It’s the 28th Anniversary of the celebration whose slogan is “We Seceded Where Others Failed.” With activities ranging from wacky bed race to a lighthearted sea battle featuring tall ships, the Conch Republic’s 10-day birthday party showcases the independent and eccentric spirit that characterizes the Florida Keys.
The final concert of the symphony’s twelfth season will feature pianist Christopher Taylor who is back by popular demand to perform the beautiful Prokofiev’s Concerto No 2 for Piano and Orchestra. The symphony will also play the haunting music of Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis and the jubilant Beethoven Symphony No 5.
April 28th – May 2nd
The 15th-annual showcase of musical magic features 100 of America’s foremost performing songwriters, with 30 concerts staged in intimate, audience-friendly island settings.