Nothing says Florida like a seafood festival, and this is your guide.
We do our best to keep up with the changes and update this calendar frequently.
While most Florida seafood festivals keep the same relative dates from year to year, some change, some move and some may even disappear for a few years, as happened during the pandemic.
Follow the links provided for individual festivals and additional details about the events. Individual web sites also include information for vendors.
Florida lobster season: August 6 through March 31; Stone Crab season ends May 1
2023 Florida Seafood Festivals
January 2023 Seafood Festivals
CANCELLED Jan 6-8, 2023. Fort Myers Seafood Festival. First weekend in January in the River District Seafood dishes are prepared using fresh, local and sustainable resources from Florida’s Gulf Coast waters. Beer, wine and mixed drinks available, and a variety of musical entertainment all weekend features rock, blues, country rock, jazz, Caribbean and tribute bands. Friday, 4-10 pm; Saturday, 11 am-10 pm; Sunday, 11 am-6 pm. Admission is free. River District, 1400 Hendry St., Fort Myers, FL 33902.
Jan. 7, 2023. Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale 13th Annual Stone Crab & Seafood Festival. Admission is free, food and drinks available for purchase. 11 am-4 pm. Esplanade Park, Downtown Fort Lauderdale
Jan. 13-14, 2023. Apalachicola Oyster Cook Off, Apalachicola. Every year on the Friday and Saturday before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in at Riverfront Park. Silent auction, oysters, shrimp, smoked mullet, hot dogs, hamburgers, local beer, live music, kids’ activities, dancing performances and a 5K run! Benefits the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department. Friday: Art Auction Preview and Oyster Tasting 6-8pm, at the Apalachicola Center for History, Culture and Arts at 86 Water Street. Live Music throughout Downtown beginning at 8 pm. Saturday, 12-5 p.m. Half-Shell Hustle 5K Run 8am. Cook-off 12-5pm (no entrance fee). Art Auction continues.
Jan. 13-15, 2023. Punta Gorda Crab and Music Festival. Admission free. Pets are allowed. There is limited on the event-site parking for $15. Laishley Park, 120 Laishley Court, Punta Gorda.
Jan 14-15, 2023. Florida Keys Seafood Festival, Key West. Fresh seafood caught locally, prepared and served by local fishermen and women. Fried fish baskets, Florida spiny lobster, sampler platters with fish, stone crab, conch fritter, ceviche, renowned Key West pink shrimp, stone crab claws with key lime mustard sauce, smoked fish dip, Bahamian-style conch chowder. Sponsored by the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen’s Association. Admission $10. Bayview Park, 1320 Truman Ave, Key West, FL 33040.
January 19-22, 2023. Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival, 23 South Orange St, Fellsmere. Frog leg and gator tail dinners. Hundreds of booths for unique gifts. Hear some great music and enjoy fun rides. Free parking and shuttle from Mesa Motocross Park, 100 Mesa Park Blvd. Hours: Thursday and Friday, 4 pm-11 pm; Saturday, 10 am-11 pm; Sunday, 11 am-6 pm. Covid protocols in place.
Jan. 20-22, 2023. Englewood Seafood & Music Festival. Diverse menu of seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes cooked fresh by local restaurants and food purveyors. Seafood dishes are prepared using fresh local and sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Friday, 4pm – 10pm; Saturday, 11am – 10pm; Sunday 11am – 6pm. Free admission. Dearborn Street Plaza, Englewood, FL
Jan 27-29, 2023. Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival. Downtown Sarasota at JD Hamel Park. Local restaurants serving grouper, mahi-mahi, stone crabs, oysters, shrimp, soft-shell crabs and more. Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks. Musical entertainment features R&B, rock, soul, jazz and Caribbean. Admission FREE. Friday, 4-10 pm; Saturday, 11 am-10 pm; Sunday, 11 am-6 pm.
Jan. 28-29, 2023. Port St. Lucie Seafood Festival (formerly the Port Salerno Seafood Festival). “The Fish is Fresh, the Beer is Cold, and the Smiles are Always Warm.” Live Music, Arts & Crafts Vendors, a Kid’s Fun Zone, Mermaids, Pirates. Saturday, 11 am-7 pm; Sunday, 11 am-6 pm. Admission: $10 (single day); $16 (two days). Free on-site parking. Mid-Florida Events Center, 9221 SE Event Center Pl. Port St. Lucie, FL.
CANCELLED Southwest Florida ClamJam. Historically, the event was held in Cape Coral, but the city will no longer issue a permit because it was too large, according to the event organizers. Devastation from Hurricane Ian killed the 2023 plans.
February 2023 Seafood Festivals in Florida
February 2023. For the second straight year, the Panacea Oyster Festival has combined with the Craft Beer Festival and will be held on March 25, 2023. (See March 25 listing below).
Feb. 3-5, 2023. Naples Seafood Festival. Festivities begin Friday evening from 4pm-10pm and continue Saturday 11am-10pm and Sunday 11am-6pm. Free admission. Italian American Club, 7035 Airport-Pulling Rd, Naples, FL 34109.
Feb. 10-12, 2023. Bonita Springs Seafood and Music Festival. Food vendors and musical entertainment. Admission free. Friday 3-9 pm; Saturday 11am-9 pm; Sunday 11am-6pm. The Poker Room (the old Dog Track) located at 28001 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135.
Feb. 11-12, 2023. West Palm Beach Seafood Festival. Seafood festival, marine flea market, live music, arts and crafts. 9 am to 5 pm. South Florida Fairgrounds, 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach. FL 33441
Feb. 17-19, 2023. Everglades City Seafood Festival, Copeland Avenue in front of City Hall, Everglades City. Fresh seafood, country music, arts and crafts, midway. 2023 headliners include Marshall Tucker Band, the Winters Brothers Band, Ward Davis, Florida Straights, Lee Brovitz, Roxx Revolt and the Velvets, and more. Admission is free with limited free parking. Charities offering paid parking. Sponsored by the Florida Stone Crabbers Association. No pets, no coolers and beer is cash only. Read more: Everglades City Seafood Festival
Feb. 17-19, 2023. Port Charlotte Seafood Festival. Inaugural festival. Live music. Arts and crafts. Festivities start Friday evening from 4pm-10pm and continue through the weekend with music, food, art and crafts. Admission free. Charlotte County Fairgrounds, 2333 El Jobean Rd, Port Charlotte, FL 33948.
Feb 18-19, 2023. Cortez Commercial Fishing Festival. Admission: $5. The 2023 festival will be held on 46th Ave at the end of 123rd Street. Boy Scouts offer on-site parking at the FISH Preserve, one block east of the village, off Cortez Road, for a $5 donation. Remote Park and Ride available with $3 round trip on MCAT shuttle bus to Cortez from G.T. Bray Park (5502 33rd Ave Dr West, Bradenton) 34209 — turn east off 59th St onto 33rd Ave Drive). SATURDAY ONLY-FREE Park and Ride will be available from the Cortez Baptist Church located at 4411 100th St W. on Cortez Road (1 1/2 miles east of the Festival). The festival is organized by a volunteer committee of the Florida Institute for Saltwater Heritage (F.I.S.H.), a Florida not-for-profit corporation.
Feb. 18-19, 2023. Jupiter Seafood Festival, Fresh seafood, live entertainment, nautical vendors, rides, $1,000 Corn Hole Tournament. Benefit Rivers Coalition. Admission $10. (VIP Tickets $50, includes open bar.) Carlin Park, 400 Florida A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477.
Feb. 24-25, 2023. St. Petersburg Seafood and Music Festival. Seafood offerings celebrate Florida and Gulf waters. General admission is FREE. North Straub Park, Bayshore Drive Northeast, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA
Feb. 24-25, 2023. Sandestin Gumbo Festival and Seafood Boil. Kick off the weekend on Friday with Seafood Boil at Hammerhead’s Bar & Grill. On Saturday, sample a variety of gumbo and vote for your favorite in the gumbo cook-off. Baytowne Wharf, 9100 Baytowne Avenue, Miramar Beach.
March 2023 Seafood Festivals
Florida’s spiny lobster season ends on March 31. Stone crab season ends on May 1.
March 3-5, 2023. Sun West Crab and Shrimp Festival. Seafood vendors, food trucks, carnival rides, entertainment. Beer. Admission $15. Free parking. Fri 5pm-10pm, Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 11am-4pm. SunWest Park, 17362 Old Dixie Highway, Hudson, FL.
March 4-5, 2023. Grant Seafood Festival, Grant-Sebastian. Community volunteers dish out the seafood at this entertaining festival in Grant’s community park. Craft beers and old standbys available. Saturday, 9 am-7 pm; Sunday, 9 am-5 pm on Sunday. Admission is free and there is plenty of free parking. Follow the signs from U.S. 1.
Read more: Annual Grant Seafood Festival
March 4-5, 2023. Homestead Stone Crab and Seafood Festival. Fresh stone crabs, seafood, unique arts, crafts and music, a full bar and kid’s play area. Bring lawn chairs. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Homestead Charitable Foundation. Admission $10. Saturday, 11 am to 8 pm; Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm. Homestead Sports Complex, 1601 SE 28th Ave., Homestead (near Homestead-Miami Speedway).
March 11-12, 2023. Marathon Seafood Festival, Marathon, Florida Keys. The Marathon Seafood Festival calls itself the “Original” Marathon Seafood Festival to emphasize it’s the real deal – indigenous and authentic, serving fresh-caught seafood from the Florida Keys. The most popular item is a Florida lobster dinner. More than 2,000 pounds of local spiny lobster are expected to be served. Also stone crab, ceviche, mahi-mahi, oysters, shrimp, conchworst, lobster bisque, crab cakes, cuban croquettas, hamburgers, hot dogs, and sausages. Saturday, 10 am to 9 p.; Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm Read more.
CANCELLED March 11-12, 2023. Fort Myers Beach Lions Club Shrimp Festival. Dozens of commercial shrimp boats sail out of Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach, so this is an especially community-oriented celebration of the “pink gold” harvested from Gulf Waters and the Tortugas. Sponsored by the Fort Myers Beach Lions Club. Proceeds benefit the local community. Lynn Halls Park, 950 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach. Read more.
March 18, 2023. ShrimpaPalooza, Homosassa. Parade starts at 10 am, begining at Old Mill Tavern heading south on W Yulee Dr, taking a slight right onto S Cherokee Way and end at the S Boulevard Dr. Live music, great food all day. 9 am-6 pm. Hosted by The Rotary Club. Homosassa Civic Club, 5530 S Mason Creek Rd, Homosassa Springs.
March 25, 2023. Panacea Beer and Oyster Festival. For the second year, the Panacea Oyster Festival has combined with the Craft Beer Festival in March. Showcasing local farm-raised oysters and craft beers. 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Woolley Park in Panacea.
March 25-26, 2023. 40th Annual St. Augustine Lions Spring Seafood Festival, Hosted by St. Augustine Lions Club. Rides and live music all weekend. Saturday, 10 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10 am-6 pm. Net profits from the Lions Festival go to support charitable causes. Francis Field, 25 West Castillo Drive, downtown St. Augustine. Read more
March 25-26, 2023. Gainesville Seafood Festival. Fresh Seafood, Arts & Crafts, Live Entertainment, Swamp Show, Marine Exhibit, Children Fun Area, Seafood Market. Admission: $10. 11 am-7 pm both days. Alachua County Fairgrounds, 3416 NE 39th Ave, Gainesville, FL 32609
March 26, 2023. Deering Seafood Festival, Miami. 10 am – 6 pm. Admission: $20 in advance, $25 day of event. (Children 4-14: $7 advance, $10 gate) Admission includes entry to the Estate grounds, free activities in the Li’l Shrimp Kids Zone, science activities in the Deering Discovery Cove, and entertainment. Consistently a sold-out event, the festival was named “Best Event of the Year” for the past two years by the Greater Miami Festival and Events Association.
Dates TBA Islamorada Seafood Festival and Art Show, Hosted by Islamorada Moose Lodge & Morada Way Arts & Cultural District. 11 am-5 pm. Admission: $5 donation requested. Benefit Moose Charities. 8173 Old Highway, Islamorada.
April 2023 Seafood Festivals in Florida
April 1-2, 2023 Dania Beach Arts & Seafood Celebration, featuring live music, live performance art, a juried fine art vendors and crafters showcase, family activities, and seafood galore. Frost Park, 300 NE 2nd Street, Dania Beach. Free Parking at the Casino at Dania Beach & City Center Garage.
April 21-23, 2023. Pompano Beach Seafood Festival. One of Florida’s most popular seafood festivals. Proceeds go to local charities. Once again being held at Pompano Beach Community Park, 820 NE 18th Ave, Pompano Beach, FL 33060.
April 28-30, 2023. Pensacola Crawfish Festival, Cajun fare features include: boudin, jambalaya, etouffee, fresh and fried seafood, gumbo, and more. Friday: 11AM-11PM; Saturday: 10AM-11PM; Sunday: 11AM-5PM. Admission: $5 per day; kids 6-12, $2; 5 and under free. Seville Square and Fountain Park.
Dates TBA. Fort Pierce Oyster Festival. Festival celebrates the Fort Pierce waterfront with wide selection of oyster dishes, seafood dishes, live entertainment, arts and crafts. Admission is free. Free parking at the City Parking Garage. Saturday, 10 am-6pm; Sunday, 10 am-4 pm. Veterans Memorial Park & River Walk Center, 600 N. Indian River Dr., Ft. Pierce.
May 2023 Seafood Festivals
May 5-7, 2023. Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, Fernandina Beach. One of Florida’s most productive shrimp regions. Enjoy fresh shrimp and seafood throughout the festival site on Front Street near the docks at Fernando Harbor Marina. 102 Centre Street, Fernandina Beach. Festival weekend kicks off Thursday night with the annual Fernandina Beach Pirate Parade.
May 6-7, 2023. Treasure Coast Seafood Festival, Variety of seafood and a conch chowder contest (Saturday). Entertainment, arts and crafts, nautical flea market, kids zone and craft beer garden. Bring your own lawn chairs; no coolers. Indian River Fairgrounds, 7955 58th Ave, Vero Beach, FL.
May 20-21, 2023. Orlando Seafood Festival. Admission $5-$10. Orlando Seafood Festival is a family event with multiple seafood vendors. Fresh Seafood, Arts & Craft, Live Entertainment, Pirate Show, Marine Exhibit, Boat Show, Children Fun Area. Seafood Market Festival Park, 2911 E Robinson St, Orlando, FL 32803
May 26-28, 2023 (Memorial Day Weekend). Palatka Blue Crab Festival is back! This year’s comeback event features 34 musical acts on three stages. Headliners include R&B singer Ginuwine, Country music band Little Texas, reggae icons The Original Wailers and many more. Admission and parking are free. Downtown Palatka.
Recreational Bay Scallop Seasons (varies by county), June 15-Sept. 24
June/July 2023 Seafood Festival in Florida
Date TBA. Aloha Polynesian Culture & Seafood Festival. Polynesian Culture, Live Entertainment, Music For All, Food Vendors, Arts & Crafts, Kids Area. Saturday, 11-7 pm; Sunday, 12-6 pm. General Admission $10, children under 12 free. Jaco Pastorius Park, 4000 N Dixie Hwy, Oakland Park, FL.
August 2023 Seafood Festivals
Dates TBA New Smyrna Beach Shrimp & Seafood Festival. Thursday, 5-9 pm. Flagler Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic. Local restaurants serve up sample-sized seafood dishes priced between $3 and $5. Local artists, musicians, and other activities.
Aug. 10-13, 2023 Key West Lobsterfest, Lobster boil (Thursday) Reef’n Ritas, Duval Crawl (Friday night), Street Fair (Saturday, 9 am-11 pm) Free Concert (Saturday, 1-11:30 pm) 218 Whitehead Street, Key West.
September 2023 Seafood Festivals
Dates TBA Florida Scallop, Music and Arts Festival, on the shores of St. Joseph Bay in historic Port St. Joe every Labor Day Weekend. Featuring The Scallop Gallop 5K, Scallop Cookoff. Admission: Friday, $10; Saturday, $10, Sunday, $5. Weekend pass, $20. Parking is freeGeorge Core Park (Lighthouse Park), Port St. Joe
Dates TBA Pensacola Seafood Festival. The popular Pensacola Seafood Festival returns to its September schedule. Fresh Gulf to Table sampler platters including, Shrimp, Crawfish, Scallops, Crab, Grouper, Alligator, Calamari, Gumbo, Lobster Rolls, Crawfish Mac’n’Cheese, Grits a YaYa, Seafood Skewers, Kabobs, Crab Cakes, Jambalaya, Etoufee, Coconut Shrimp, Seafood Baskets, Paella, Conch Fritters. More than 150 artists will display their work from Fri. 11 am-5 pm, Sat. 10 am-11 pm, Sun. 11 am-5 pm. Rain or shine. Admission free. Seville Square, 311 East Government Street, Pensacola.
Dates TBA Mount Dora Seafood Festival, The Mount Dora Seafood Festival is a free event on the shores of Lake Dora featuring seafood, music, kids activities and pirates! Rain or shine. Simpson’s Cove, Gilbert Park and the Mount Dora Boating Center & Marina. For GPS purposes: 310 S. Tremain St., Mount Dora.
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October 2023 Seafood Festivals
Stone Crab Season opens on Oct. 15.
Oct. 12-15, 2023. 50th Annual National Shrimp Festival. Produced by the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber. Free admission. Shuttle from remote parking lots, $5. Thursday-Saturday 10 am – 10 pm; Sunday 10 am – 5 pm. On the beach where Highway 59 meets Hwy 182 (Beach Rd.), Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Oct. 21-22, 2023. Cedar Key Seafood Festival. This historic fishing village is one of the nation’s top sources of farm-raised clams. More than 100 arts and crafts exhibits, live music, a parade Saturday morning and, lots of great local seafood. Don’t miss Tony’s Restaurant’s world famous Clam Chowder! Saturday, 10 am -5 pm; Sunday, 10 am-5 pm. Admission free. lSponsored by the Cedar Key Lions Club. More about Cedar Key Seafood Festival from Florida Rambler.
Dates TBA Zephyrhills Seafood Festival. Fresh seafood, arts and crafts, live entertainment, marine exhibit, boat show, children fun area, seafood market. 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Admission: $5-$10. Zepyrhills Festival Venue, 5200 Airport Rd, Zephyrhills, FL 33542, USA
Dates TBA Destin Seafood Festival, Festival showcases the fishing fleet, harbor and community. Fresh caught local seafood provided by local food vendors. Music entertainment features Rock, Reggae, Country and tropical music along the Harbor. Friday, 4-10 pm; Saturday, 10 am-10 pm; Sunday, 11 am-4 pm. Admission Free. Harborwalk, Destin.
Dates TBA. Lobster Festival and Tournament. The 2022 event was cancelled due to logitical problems, but organizers hope to be back in 2023. Fresh local lobster prepared every way you can imagine, and the Schooners Sand Sculpting Contest. Proceeds benefit the Florida Aquatic Marine Institute and the Toys For Kids Foundation. Schooners Beach Club, 5121 Gulf Drive, Panama City Beach.
Dates TBA. SoBe Seafood Festival, Miami Beach. This is not your typical seafood festival, but a high-end experience marking it’s 10th year in 2022. Indulge at pop-up cafes from Miami’s best restaurants with the freshest seafood items to choose from, paired with complimentary open bars for 21 and over, live music, fun and games, culinary demos. Benefits EAT SMART program, providing healthy meals and nutritional guidance to youth. General admission: $49; VIP: $150. Both include open bar. Advance sale discounts. Noon to 7 p.m., Lummus Park (14th Street and Ocean Drive).
Dates TBA. St. Marks Stone Crab Festival. Gulfside fishing community serves up fresh, local delicacies, and vendors selling everything from custom jewelry to hand-crafted furniture. Every year on the 4th Saturday in October. Festival proceeds go to charitable organizations in St. Marks and the surrounding area. 10 am to 5 p.m. 788 Port Leon Dr, St. Marks.
Dates TBA. Dunedin Stone Crab Festival. Serving stone crabs, blue crabs, shrimp, grouper, ceviche, fish tacos, hot dogs, pizza, craft beer & wine and live musical entertainment. Free admission. Chairs and blankets OK. “Socially conscious pets are very welcomed.” Olde Bay Cafe and Hog Island Fish Camp.
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Dates TBA. Frenchy’s 38th Annual Stone Crab Weekend. Every October, for one weekend only, Clearwater Beach closes Baymont Street for Frenchy’s annual Stone Crab Weekend. In addition to fresh-off-the-boat claws the two-day block party features live music on stage.The block party is from 12 noon – 10 pm both Friday and Saturday. Admission is free. Food, drinks and merchandise will be for sale. Parking at North Beach Park Plaza (600+ spaces, $3 per hour.) Also, public street parking and metered lots are available within several blocks.
Dates TBA. Naples Stone Crab Festival. Celebrate the kickoff of stone crab season on the waterfront in Naples. Sponsored by the Old Naples Waterfront Association, the festival shows off the historic center of Naples. It also helps that this area of the Gulf Coast, especially the Ten Thousand Islands, is one of Florida’s prime stone crab harvesting regions. Most of the events are hosted at waterfront businesses. Free water taxis will transport you to all waterfront locations participating in the festival. Tin City, Downtown Naples.
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November 2023 Seafood Festivals in Florida
Nov. 18-19, 2023. Yankeetown Arts, Crafts and Seafood Festival – If you’re looking for “Old Florida,” this could be your destination on the banks of the Lower Withlacoochee River, just three miles from the Gulf. The festival, which usually takes place on the weekend before Thanksgiving, features locally caught Gulf seafood, entertainment, arts and crafts. Free admission and free parking. Riverside Drive on the banks of the Lower Withlacoochee, Yankeetown.
Dates TBA. Florida Seafood Festival. One of Florida’s major seafood events in one of Florida’s most historic fishing villages. Seafood, oyster eating and oyster shucking contests, blue crab races, parade, 5k Redfish Run, Blessing of the Fleet, musical entertainment. Battery Park, Apalachicola.
Dates TBA. Marathon Stone Crab Eating Contest, Be the first to eat 25 stone crab claws, and you could be a winner. Every year, the Keys Fisheries restaurant in Marathon sponsors this event to mark the opening of stone crab season. How fast can you crack and cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws? Test your munching mettle at this zany contest. Individuals must be at least 18 years old to enter. Registration starts at 11 am and contest begins at 12 noon. Keys Fisheries, 3502 Gulfview Avenue, Marathon.
Dates TBA. Stone Crab Jam. Historic Downtown Crystal River is closed off for this festival. Features fresh stone crabs, cold beer and wine, 6 live Bands on three stages, craft vendors, artists and food trucks along the historic downtown streets of Crystal River. Nearly 10 thousand attendees support this 100% non-profit event presented by the Kings Bay Rotary Club Charitable Foundation. General admission: $10 (12 and under free). 560 North Citrus Ave., Crystal River, FL.
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Dates TBA. Sponge Docks Seafood Festival. Tons of local seafood, arts and crafts, live music all weekend. Free admission. Friday, Noon to 9 pm; Saturday, 10 am-10 pm; Sunday, 10 am-5 pm. Sponge Docks, Tarpon Springs.
Dates TBA. Homosassa Seafood Fest. Stone crab, grouper, shrimp, gumbos, chowders, lobster rolls, seafood platters. Civic Club Festival Grounds, 5530 South Mason Creek Road, 9 am-5 pm. Homosassa.
Dates TBA. Ormond Beach Riverfest Seafood Festival. Fried shrimp to fresh fish tacos, poke bowls to authentic Philly cheesesteaks. Held along Ormond’s riverfront, the event features activities, a popular kids fishing clinic, chef demonstrations, a kids’ zone, vendors and . Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm. Rockefeller Gardens and Fortunato Park, Granada Blvd. at the Intracoastal bridge, Ormond Beach.
December 2023 Seafood Festivals
Dates TBA. Siesta Beach Seafood and Music Festival, Siesta Beach. Fresh seafood creations sourced in the Gulf of Mexico. Musical performances by local and regional musicians in a diversity of genres from R&B, blues, jazz, rock and Caribbean sounds. Arts and crafts. Friday 12 noon-9 pm; Saturday, 11 am-9 pm; and Sunday, 11am-6pm. Admission, $5. 948 Beach Road, Siesta Beach, FL
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Sources: Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs; Florida State Parks; festival sponsors and organizers. Many readers have contributed to this calendar, as well.
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