60th Annual Florida Seafood Festival Weekend

Join us for our weekly Singer Songwriter night and give a warm welcome to Cat Braaten and Tom Mason on Thursday, November 2nd from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. Cat and Tom both hail from the same frozen state in the north, but somehow have never lived in the same place. Cat has called the paradise of St. George Island home for some time, and Tom just celebrated 30 years in Nashville. They've always met on the road — as they have for the last three and a half decades  and that's when the magic happens. Whether a showcase club in Chicago, a beach bar in the Virgin Islands, a barn in a remote corner of Wisconsin, a performing arts center at a small liberal arts college, or a fledgling yacht club on the Forgotten Coast, they create an elixir when their sonic chemicals mix. Both have multiple records out, but live music only happens once, and these two are a treat to see.

As the 60th Annual Florida Seafood Festival commences, local zydeco swamp pop band Hot Mess will take the stage on Friday, November 3rd from 3:00pm - 6:00pm. After Hot Mess warms you up during Happy Hour, prepare for Cheap Sunglasses to board the stage from 7:00pm - 10:00pm.Carrabelle's own Cheap Sunglasses boasts three rock legends that'll teach you a thing or two about classic rock, blues, and country.

To conclude this milestone Seafood Festival, we're pulling out all the stops with Dirty Bird & the Flu on Saturday, November 4th from 7:00pm - 10:00pm. These fellas bring a flavor of southern-fried funk from Valdosta, GA  — seasoned with jazz, blues, and folk — that'll make even a stick in the mud footloose.
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