3rd Annual Stuart Seafood Festival Returns Nov 21 & 22

Stuart Seafood Festival

Stuart Seafood Festival

3rd Annual Stuart Seafood Festival returns Nov 21 & 22

The much-anticipated Stuart Seafood Festival returns to Memorial Park in its third year this November!

The third annual Stuart Seafood Festival is set for November 21 and 22, promising fresh seafood, live music, family rides, entertainment, nautical vendors and more. Admission is just $5 in advance and $7 at the gate, and proceeds will benefit the Rivers Coalition.

“Boating and fishing are a major attraction and a way of life here on the Treasure Coast, and with the current water quality issues in the St. Lucie River Estuary and Indian River Lagoon, we created the Stuart Seafood Festival three years ago with the intent to bring businesses together to support our River, while celebrating our beloved community” said event organizer Lainey Ruskay.

The two-day festival features musical acts Greg Hansen, Jennell Eve & Random Play, The String Assassins, Casey Raines Band, Tom Jackson Band, Moska Project and Fresh Catch.

Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to relax on the green and enjoy the live music and entertainment.

Several restaurants will be serving up fresh seafood, including Fresh Catch, The Deck, Charlies, Ian’s Tropical Grill and The Chive.

The Stuart Seafood Festival takes place from 10:00a.m. – 10:00p.m. on Saturday, November 21 and 11:00a.m. – 7:00p.m. on Sunday, November 22. Advance tickets are available for $5 – visit www.stuartseafoodfestival.com for a complete list of ticket outlets. Kids 12 and under are free, and free parking is available at designated lots downtown.

This year’s sponsors include Landshark, Southern Eagle, Fresh From Florida, Titos Vodka, Chapman & Plymale, Paradise Exteriors, Fidelity Funding – Christopher Flaherty, Discover Vacations Healthsource, Soft Tubs Express, Lifetime Exteriors, Charlie’s Bar& Grill, Fidelity Lending, Kids Need More Art, Lucido & Associates Design, CBS 12, City of Stuart, Stuart Magazine, Treasure Coast Newspapers/TCPALM, Treasure Coast Space Radio, Coastal Angler Magazine, Coast 101.3, WSTU/WPSL and Hometown News.

For more information, visit www.stuartseafoodfestival.com or call 561-847-2090.

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