The Palm Coast Seafood Festival is set to kick off for the first weekend of the 76th Annual Daytona Bike week, and we can’t wait to dish out all of the deliciousness that will be available to you during the festival! The Seafood Fest will run Saturday March 11th and Sunday March 12th from 12:00PM to 8:00PM, at Town Center. It will boast reserved motorcycle parking, as well as putting the emphasis on a classic car show, a kids zone, a corn hole competition and, of course, the seafood- coconut shrimp, peel-and-eat-shrimp, fried shrimp, shrimp and grits; lobster bisque and lobster rolls; crab cakes, crawfish, calamari and conch chowder.
The posted lineup for Daytona Bike Week 2017’s Seafood Festival includes more than a dozen vendors, and will be a decent mix of local restaurants, food trucks and carnival-type concessionaires. Admission to the Palm Coast Seafood Festival, which will be produced by Southern Promotions & Events, is $5 for adults 13 years of age and older, and will be free for kids 12 years of age and younger. The festival will even have hamburgers, hotdogs, bar-b-que and some scrumptious desserts thrown in – but remember, attendees are prohibited from bringing coolers into the festival.
As if fresh seafood, local eats, and delicious grilled foods isn’t enough, the festival will also feature musical talent from the local area and across the southeast. The stage will host everything from Southern Rock and Country to Jazz, and the festival’s featured entertainer will be Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton. Bill will bring his own New Orleans style steel guitar sound along with his famous gumbo recipe, that he will make on stage while performing. The crowd even gets to sample his famous gumbo after the show!
Check out the official promo for the fest below, and tell us in the comments how much you’re looking forward to the Palm Coast Seafood Festival at this year’s 76 Annual Daytona Beach Bike Week! For more information, visit the website for the Palm Coast Seafood Festival here.