Historic City News readers should get ready for great seafood nearly any way you want it; tap your toes to live bluegrass, folk and country music, then stroll through more than 100 arts and crafts exhibitors this weekend at the 31st Annual Lions Club Seafood and Music Festival.
This three-day event, drawing well over 20,000 people is a favorite throughout northeast Florida and features tons of delicious seafood, outstanding music and affordable arts & crafts.
There is even a special Kid Zone with games and activities.
It all takes place at Francis Field, located at 29 West Castillo Drive adjacent to the St Augustine Historic Downtown Parking Facility.
Admission is $2 and kids under 12 are free.
All net proceeds go to benefit Lions Club charities.
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