Brrr! Beware the chilly temps out there! We're keeping it nice and toasty at the Apalachicola Yacht Club — complete with a state of the art, handcrafted S&S Fire Pit under the Hangar!
Singer Songwriter night this week brings us the Swamp Rats on Thursday, November 30th from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. The Swamp Rats take intricate clawhammer banjo and blends it with a driving punk rhythm fronted by gritty & soothing harmonizing vocals. Some have said the music sounds like a type of haunted that makes them happy. Folk with an edge is what most people say about these Floridians.
Friday, December 1st brings back local favorite zydeco swamp pop aficionados Hot Mess from 6:00pm - 9:00pm! These cats light it up with collective blend of blues, soul, pop, and more. Come by and see some familiar faces and check out our selection of AYC merch for all your holiday gifting needs — the Flagship Collection is almost sold totally out!
Join us in welcoming Evan Barber to the Yacht Club stage for a debut performance on Saturday, December 2nd from 7:00pm - 10:00pm. Evan is an Albany, GA boy that's been writing, recording, and touring across his native territory for the better part of the past decade. He’s cut his teeth sharing the stage with the likes of Chris Stapleton, BlackBerry Smoke, Jason Isbell, and the Drive-By-Truckers — just to name a few.
You won't want to miss any of the shows at the Club this weekend — but wait, there's more!
Mark your calendars and come out to celebrate the Apalachicola Riverkeeper's 25th Birthday Bash on Sunday, December 3rd from 2:00pm - 4:00pm! 25 years ago a group of people concerned with the ecological threats facing the Apalachicola River and Bay began discussing what actions they could take to make sure that the Apalachicola River and Bay had an independent "voice." They begin hearing from others who also wanted to protect the river and bay for the long term. Then a community forum was hosted in December 1998. 25 people attended and $610 was donated to support the newly formed Apalachicola Bay and River Water, which would grow into Apalachicola Riverkeeper.