Crocodile Rock – the party of the year!
Historic City News has been informed that on Saturday, October 10, 2008, 6:30 pm at The Alligator Farm, EPIC community services will celebrate their 35th anniversary with a spectacular 1970’s show — Crocodile Rock; hosted by Sheriff David “Elton John” Shoar.
Music by Cloud 9
Catered by saira (St. Augustine Independent Restaurant Association)
Menu Items include: Whole Pigs, Barbeque Pork Ribs, Fried Catfish, Chicken Etouffe, Sausage & Shrimp Low Boil, Dirty Rice, Marinated Vegetable Skewers, Cajun Cole Slaw, Jalapeno Cornbread,Salmon Cerviche, Fish Dip, Fresh Fruit, Ice Cream Stations with Cherry Garcia, Phish Food and Chunky Monkey
The contestant who raises the most money and survives our judge’s comments will be named “Vinyl Idol”!
Come hear our Idol contestants sing songs from 1973 (such as Crocodile Rock, Bad Bad Leroy Brown, Let’s Get it On, Ramblin’ Man, You’re so Vain, Superstition, midnight Train to Georgia)
Celebrity Look-a-Like Contest
Ever been told you look like Elton John? Diana Ross? Radar O’Reilly? Sonny & Cher? Gladys Knight & the Pips? Kojak? Mary Tyler Moore? Richard M. Nixon? Elvis? ‘The cast of MASH’? Tony Orlando & Dawn? Fat Albert, Mick Jagger, Smurf, George Forman, characters from the ‘Sting’ movie, Archie & Edith Bunker, the Jetsons? Or other celebrities from 1973? Enter…Come show off your 70’s self!!
Best Dressed Contest
You knew you were holding on to your 70’s garb for a reason! This is your chance to shine!
70’s Trivia Contest
Do you know things like the first names of Mr. & Mrs. Jetson? The top music single of 1973? Who won Best Picture in 1973? Enter…and show off your 70’s knowledge!
Alligator Feeding Show
One of the most popular activities at the Alligator Farm!
Admission to the Alligator Farm, Food from St. Augustine’s Best Restaurants, Live Music and Dancing, and All the Above Activities
all for only $75 per person!
Guests must be 21 and over. All proceeds benefit EPIC Community Services.
Call (904) 829-3295 or purchase tickets at The Alligator Farm, EPIC Community Services, Tre Sebastian and Prosperity Bank Branches in St. Augustine, Mandarin and Jacksonville Beach.