Sunday Brunch at Frontyard Festival™

Select Sundays | Frontyard Festival™ | Mainstage at Seneff Arts Plaza

Sunday Brunch at Frontyard Festival™

Select Sundays | Frontyard Festival™ | Mainstage at Seneff Arts Plaza


Part of our one-of-a-kind Frontyard Festival™—six months of socially distant, live entertainment and unique experiences, including food and drinks delivered to your box from on-site restaurants.


Live music. Delicious food. Bottomless drinks. Sounds like a fun way to spend a Sunday downtown. So make plans and pick your own socially distant, outdoor box for 2–5 people at our Classical Brunch, Jazz Brunch or Latin Brunch. And stay tuned for more brunch themes in the future.

Tickets for entry are $15-$25 per person. Then, you can order themed brunch dishes and drinks—like bottomless mimosas or bloody Marys—right from your box. We’ll deliver everything to you so you can enjoy the show.



Upcoming Sunday Brunches:


Ángel López featuring Metro Latino

Sunday, February 28, 2021
Salsa Brunch

Latin Grammy-winner Ángel López is a singer, songwriter, actor and music producer. His hit single "Entre El Amor y El Odio" brought forward his first full-length solo record, co-produced by composer Alejandro Jaén.

Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra String Ensemble

Sunday, March 7, 2021
Classical Brunch

Join Orlando Philharmonic Concertmaster Rimma Bergeron-Langlois and her colleagues for an afternoon of beautiful music for string instruments. Selections include Mozart’s famed Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music) and Barber’s moving Adagio for Strings.

Mardi Gras! with Members of The Jazz Orchestra

Sunday, March 14, 2021
Jazz Brunch

If jazz had a holiday it would be Mardi Gras. So get your group together and come celebrate the sweet sounds of New Orleans’ jazz scene—from Preservation Hall to Harry Connick, Jr.—with members of The Jazz Orchestra at Dr. Phillips Center.

Melina León

Sunday, March 28, 2021
Merengue Brunch

Melina León had the opportunity to make her first record in 1997, calling it Mujeres Liberadas, followed by 1998's Con Los Pies Sobre La Tierra, produced by Eduardo Reyes. Soon after, she was climbing Puerto Rican charts with "Me Voy De Fiesta" and debuting as a composer with a song called "Te Amo." After issuing Baño de Luna, the singer was awarded for Best Female Merengue Record by Premios Tu Musica 2000.



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