Why We Love Jacksonville in the Spring

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Home of Fresh Seafood & So Much More. 

Feeling the need for a vacation? Look no further than your own backyard! The weather is beautiful, the beer is cold and there’s always something to do here in Northeast Florida. To help kick off warm weather, we've listed a few of our favorite upcoming events taking place in the Jacksonville area. While you're at it, swing by our three locations and grab a shrimp basket to re-fuel your stay-cay. 

1. Welcome to Rockville. If you’re a rock music lover, this is the event for you. Welcome to Rockville is a music festival that takes place April 27, 28 & 29 in Metropolitan Park. Hear some of the world’s best rock bands as they converge in Jacksonville during this two-day outdoor music frenzy. Look forward to artists such as the Foo Fighters, Ozzy Osbourne, Avenged Sevenfold and Queens of the Stone Age.. For tickets and more information on the event click here.

2. THE PLAYERS Championship. Calling all golf lovers! This event is an annual golfing tournament that takes place May 8-13 at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach. Watch as golf’s best players descend upon Ponte Vedra in attempt to beat the world-famous 17th hole. For tickets and more information click here. 

3. Funk Fest. Enjoy live music and entertainment next to the St. Johns River in Downtown Jacksonville on May 11 & 12 in Metropolitan Park. Get down to upbeat, fun and funky music to welcome springtime, and hear tunes from artists like XSCAPE, Anthony Halilton, Tank, Brandy and Lil Kim. For tickets and more information click here.

4. The Great Atlantic Country Music Festival. Celebrate Jacksonville Beach’s long-standing tradition of local music and fresh seafood at this free, family-friendly festival. Enjoy bands, food vendors, a surf contest and fun with family and friends on June 16 at Seawalk Pavilion in Jacksonville beach. For VIP tickets and more information click here.

Hint: Order online now while you're planning your spring & summer activities!

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