After a popular debut at its new location in 2016, the Jupiter Seafood Festival will return to Carlin Park for its fifth year of family fun. Make sure to show up hungry – festivalgoers can eat their fill of fresh, locally caught seafood from Palm Beach County caterers and restaurants while they meander past nautical-themed booths of local art, gifts, and more. With booths geared towards children, the Jupiter Seafood Festival makes for a perfect family outing – you can even bring the dog, as long as it’s leashed.
During the first day of the festival, South Florida Cornhole will host a $1000 Cornhole Tournament with two skill level divisions. Gather your team and register your spot here for a chance to win (and one drink ticket per teammate).
For your listening pleasure, there will also be live music throughout both of the festival’s two days, with performances by Whiskey Six, Rogue Theory, Bryce Allyn Band and more.
Proceeds will benefit the Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation, which helps insure the long-term health and vibrancy of our local ocean by building artificial reefs in the waters – see the booth at the festival for more details.
For more information, visit jupiterseafoodfestival.net.
- When: Sat. March 4 (10 a.m. to 10 p.m.) and Sun. March 5 (11 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
- Where: Carlin Park, 400 Florida A1A, Jupiter
- Price: $10 per day for adults, free for children under 12
- Why You Should Go: The Jupiter Seafood Festival is an event for all ages – with booths geared towards children, a relaxed atmosphere, and mouthwatering local bites, it’s something for the whole family to enjoy.