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Daytona Beach Seafood Festival & Spring Jam

When: Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 10:30am
Where: Manatee Island, 351 N Beach St. Daytona Beach
seafood festival daytona beachWhat: Come enjoy delicious seafood, great entertainment and our Super Kid's Zone as you stroll the Spring Jam Fashion and Art Village at the Daytona Seafood Festival this Saturday. The Daytona Seafood Festival will host award-winning food trucks, including TJ's Seafood Shack, Super Grouper Trooper, Café Heavenly, and Lobster Roller Truck. Try chowders, a shrimp boil, and, of course, great fixings like hush puppies and coleslaw. There will be two stages of live music, a fashion show, caricature drawings, face painting and live mermaids. Most importantly for our local families, there will be a Super Kid's Zone with tons of fun for children of all ages. Have your pictures taken with live mermaids and then step into the Butterfly Tent which includes a variety of native Florida butterflies including Monarchs, Painted Ladies, and a colorful array of flying fun to enjoy. You can also get your face painted! Kids will love the playground, Water Balls and the chance to soar on the Fly-Tramp-O Bungee. There will also be a Hospitality Zone which will include a large tented area covering the dining, entertainment and vendor display areas.. Listen to the live music and take in the sights as you and your family enjoy southern hospitality at its finest. Be sure to check out the boat and automobile displays as well. See you out there!

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