Florida Seafood Festival all set to captivate visitors this Nov
The two-day Florida Seafood Festival is all set to captivate the visitors. Book cheap flights to Florida to take part in the state’s oldest maritime celebration, which is being held from November 1 to 2, 2013!
The festival will be attracting thousands of visitors from around the world to the scenic seaside historic town of Apalachicola in Florida’s scenic Franklin County. The 2-day festivity will see the people having good time feasting on delicious seafood. This will offer the visitors to see the arts and crafts exhibits and participate in the seafood-related events and displays.
The Florida Seafood Festival is held annually at the mouth of the Apalachicola River under the shady oaks of Apalachicola’s Battery Park. Apart from musical entertainment, among other notable events taking place here include History of the Festival Exhibit, Oyster Eating and Oyster Shucking contest, The Blessing of the Fleet, 5k Redfish Run, Photo Contest, Blue Crab Races, Fireworks Show and King Retsyo’s Ball.
The Seafood Festival Parade is the major highlight of the Florida Seafood Festival. The parade will be featuring bands, floats and dignitaries from throughout the region. The colorful parade is a visual treat for the kids and is a great festive way to begin your day in historic Apalachicola. The Large Carnival, located at the south end of the festival grounds, promises to keep the kids and others busy for hours with many different types of rides and games. Every year more and more rides and games are introduced by the carnival provider for the community to enjoy.