The three-day Port Canaveral Seafood and Music Fest will kick off the New Year with fresh seafood, live music, an arts and crafts show and much more on Feb. 26 to the 28.
Seafood, seafood and more seafood!
The festival will showcase fresh, delicious and local seafood, which will be provided by local and national vendors. Crab legs, shrimp, tuna, lobster; you name it, the Seafood and Music Festival at Port Canaveral will have it.
Some of the Cove’s best restaurants will be collaborating to make a wide array of delicious seafood to present at this year’s Seafood and Music Fest. A seafood expert not from Port Canaveral, Gregory Firestone’s Golden Gate seafood will be presenting Crawfish, calamari, alligator, crab legs, lobster mac and cheese, a seafood boil and much more.
Other seafood experts will include the Union Jacks, British fish and chips specialists, will also be serving up fresh fish, fried to order, with chips. Richard Cockerel and his seafood team, What’s the Catch, will be grilling up some Key West Grouper, island shrimp, pan seared Ahi tuna and more. The Cousins Maine Lobster seafood crew will have Maine and Connecticut Lobster rolls, tacos, quesadillas, along with Maine Lobster tail, shrimp tacos and Lobster bisque.
The nation’s most talented seafood vendors and restaurants will be bringing their greatest seafood dishes to the Port Canaveral Seafood and Music Fest. There will also be a beer and wine garden featuring a wide array of beers, wines and liquors.
This three-day event will feature country music mega-star Clint Black, the chart-topping Dirty Heads and reggae legends the Original Wailers, Third World and Kash’d Out.
WRRJ 89.7 FM radio station will have a waterfront stage at the Port Canaveral Seafood and Music Fest. Some of Central Florida’s most loved local bands will be performing on the stage including Heritage Band, Lights Out Tribe, Fresh Squeeze, General Eyes, Coastal Breed and much more.
Individual Concert ticket prices start at $25 for General Admission for one concert. A special Weekend Concert General Admission ticket is just $57 and is good for all three days of concerts and 3 days of access to the festival. All concert tickets also include Seafood Festival access.
Day tickets only for the Seafood Festival are $10 in advance and weekend passes for the Seafood Festival are $20 in advance. Tickets for the Port Canaveral Seafood and Music Fest will go on sale Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 10 a.m. on TicketMaster.com.
MUSICAL LINE UP & SCHEDULE
• Friday, Feb. 26: Dirty Heads, plus guests The Supervillains and Kash’d Out: Gates at 5 p.m.
• Saturday, Feb. 27: Clint Black, 7 p.m. with Janna Ivey and Charee White. Gates at 11 a.m.
• Sunday, Feb. 28: The Original Wailers and Third World, 3 p.m. Gates at 11 a.m.
For more information please call (855) 386-3836.