Check Out the St. Augustine Lions Seafood and Music Festival!

st. augustine lions seafood festival

So you’ve made it to hump day (AKA Wednesday). And I know your eye has been on Friday since…well, Monday, but now you can see Friday within your sights. And yes, we all love working, but we love working because it helps us appreciate our weekend so much more. So what are you going to do this weekend? Might I recommend the 32nd Annual Lions Seafood and Music Festival in St. Augustine.

I know what my Central Floridian friends are thinking…that’s sooooooo far away. Well, not really. St. Augustine, which is the oldest city in America if I am not making a fool of myself (which I rarely do), and it’s only about two hours’ drive to the north of us, perhaps even less. And trust me, with this list of stuff to do, it’ll be worth the drive: three days of live music, a huge assortment of menus from several vendors, lots and lots of seafood, an arts and crafts fair, carnival rides, contests, raffles, games, and all of that could be enjoyed by you for…wait for it…a $2 entry fee for adults and kids 12 and under are free. Now, you’ll have to buy tokens for food, but that’s still a great bargain for such an incredible day of fun.

The Festival starts on Friday, March 1 at 3pm and goes till 9pm. Then they kick things back up on Saturday from 10am to 9pm, and then they close out an awesome weekend on Sunday at 11am before wrapping it all up at 5pm. The arts and crafts village, however, will be open till sundown all three days, so shop till you can’t shop anymore! And all proceeds go to support a great cause, benefiting the Lions Club Charities. For more information, go to lionsfestival.com and be prepared to have a blast!

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