Florida Events Calendar


Whatever your passion, Florida has something for you. Here are just some of the major events scheduled this month in the Sunshine State:

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III POINTS MUSIC, ART & TECH FESTIVAL – It’s a three-day gathering aimed at shedding light on Miami’s talented local acts, vendors, artists, thinkers, dreamers and idea people. Included: showcases, panels, demos, great BBQ and other tasty food, parties, lectures, gallery shows, street installations and a fully immersive five-stage main grounds. Headlining music acts are LCD Soundsystem, Thievery Corporation and M83.
When: Oct. 7-9
Where: Wynwood area, Miami
Web: iiipoints.com


FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW – Celebrating its 35th year, the show will feature amazing military and civilian aircraft, some doing death-defying stunts performed by some of the best pilots in the world. Also, enjoy an expanded aircraft exhibit, a kids area and great refreshments.
When: Oct. 21-23
Where: Punta Gorda Airport, Punta Gorda
Web:  floridaairshow.com

CARDBOARD BOAT RACE – Come watch this hilarious family-oriented event, or better yet, be a part of the action by creating a team name and theme for your vessel and see how far you can go. You’ll be amused and amazed as vessels – yes, made of cardboard – speed across the water in their quest for the ultimate prize – the coveted plastic trophy.
When: Oct. 15
Where: Hollywood Marina, Hollywood
Web: hollywoodfl.org

37th ANNUAL FANTASY FEST – Leave the young’uns at home and head for this non-stop, adult-themed mega-party, featuring lavish floats, parades, costume competitions (one for pets, too!), street fairs, island bands and great food. This year’s theme is “Political Voodoo & Ballot Box Barbarians.”  Book your table early for the extravagant and outrageous 34th ANNUAL HEADDRESS BALL, Fantasy Fest’s premier gay and lesbian event. The first-place prize for best costume has been doubled to $3,000 for this year’s bash.
When: Oct. 21-30 for the entire festival and Oct. 27 for the Headdress Ball
Where: Where else but Key West (various locations)
Web: fantasyfest.com and headdressballkeywest.com

MIAMI BROWARD CARNIVAL – Two great counties have joined forces to throw one amazing continuous party that showcases steel bands, parades, concerts, beauty pageants, colorful and elaborate costumes, scrumptious food and arts and crafts. The biggie events are: Carnival Sunday Parade and Concert, Junior Carnival, Steel Band competition and the King/Queen competition.
When: Oct. 1-9
Where:  Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds in Miami and Central Broward Regional Park & Stadium in Lauderhill
Web: miamibrowardcarnival.com

MIA ANIMATION – If you’re into animation, you won’t want to miss this industry conference. It focuses on computer animation, gaming, visual effects and motion graphics, web design and visual arts. It features world-renowned speakers, technology influencers and the best talent in the industry.
When: Oct. 21-22
Where: Wolfson Campus at Miami Dade College, Miami
Web: miaanimation.com


27th ANNUAL DING DARLING DAYS – Enjoy a week of fun eco-activities in this great national wildlife refuge. It features free tours (via tram, foot, kayak and paddle boards), birding, archery clinics, a butterfly house and kids crafting.
When: Oct. 16-22
Where: J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island
Web: dingdarlingsociety.org


MIAMI ATTRACTIONS MONTH – It’s the ultimate BOGO: Enjoy an amazing array of Miami’s best attractions on a buy-one, get-one-free basis or some other form of serious discount. Attractions include, among others: Zoo Miami, Monkey Jungle, Miami Seaquarium, the Biltmore Hotel, Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Miccosukee Indian Village and Jungle Island.
When: The entire month of October
Where: Throughout Miami
Web: MiamiAttractionsMonth.com


SOUTH BEACH SEAFOOD WEEK & FESTIVAL – Help kick off the annual Stone Crab season and enjoy a myriad of other seafood yummies prepared by Miami’s top chefs and restaurants. Also: live bands, culinary and mixology demonstrations, a kids zone, health village and VIP hospitality benefits.
When: Oct. 20-22
Where: Between 7th and 9th Streets on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach
Web: sobeseafoodfest.com


GOOD EATS IN NAPLES – Back to back, there’s the Naples Foodie Camp and then the Naples Stone Crab Festival. Foodie Camp is an 11-day event that features chef-led 90-minute cooking classes at top area restaurants. Besides great stone crab claws, the Stone Crab Festival (at several connecting locations on the Old Naples Waterfront) also has live music, art and fun activities for the whole family.
When: Respectively, Oct. 17-27 and Oct. 28-30
Web: Respectively, FoodieCampNaples.com and stonecrabfestival.org


AHOY, MATEYS & LASSIES – There are two noteworthy pirate fests in SoFla in October, one on the west coast and one on the east coast: 11th Annual Pirate Festival on Fort Myers Beach, Oct. 7-9, and the Boynton Beach Haunted Pirate Fest and Mermaid Splash, Oct. 21-23. Both will feature some of the usual fun pirate fare: ship battles, costume contests, magic shows, live music, treasure hunts and lots of activities for the youngsters.
Web: Respectively, fmbpiratefest.com and bbpiratefest.com


HUMPHREY BOGART FILM FESTIVAL – This year’s gathering celebrates the 75th anniversary of “The Maltese Falcon” and the 70th anniversary of “The Big Sleep.” Besides these and other great Bogie Flicks, other activities include cocktail receptions, dinners and dancing, round table discussions and tours on the original “African Queen.”
When: Oct. 12-16
Where: Various locations in Key Largo
Web: bogartfilmfestival.com


SPEAKING OF FILM FESTIVALS… -- There are two other fab film fests this month in SoFla: 14thCinema Italy at various locations in Miami Beach and the Naples International Film Festival at various locations in Naples. Both feature great flicks plus opening and closing night parties, after-show parties, documentaries, tributes, documentaries, short films, and dinners and cocktail parties.
When: Respectively, Oct. 6-11 and Oct. 27-30.
Web: Respectively, cinemaitaly.com and naplesfilmfest.com


BRAZILIAN FESTIVAL OF POMPANO BEACH – Get your Brazilian boogie on at the fifth annual fest. Two stages will feature internationally known Brazilian bands and solo performers and also the best of the local bands.  Also: a kids zone, skate board competition, more than 100 vendors and exhibitors and mouth-watering Brazilian food.
When: Oct. 22
Where: Pompano Beach Community Park in Pompano Beach
Web: brazilianfestpompano.org


FAIRCHILD’S 8th ANNUAL BIRD FESTIVAL – Birders come from far and wide as they search for their favorite fine-feathered friends. It kicks off with two days of off-site tours of great bird habitats led by Tropical Audubon Society experts and then continues at Fairchild with activities for birders of all ages, including an amateur bird photo contest.
When: Sept. 29-Oct. 2
Where: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Coral Gables
Web: fairchildgarden.org


REEF FEST – Activities include seminars, evening social gatherings, silent and live auctions and, of course, diving events along some of the best coral reef sites in the country. For non-Scuba folks, there will be snorkeling, kayaking and paddle boarding. All seminars are free, but pre-registration is recommended.
When: Sept. 29-Oct. 2
Where: Various locations in and near Key Largo
Web: reef.org/REEFFest2016


OKTOBERFEST I – Beer! Bratwurst! Live music! Kids activities! Bavarian beauties! More beer! Two big weekends of fun! 43st annual edition!
When: Oct. 7-9 and 14-16
Where: American German Club of the Palm Beaches, Lake Worth
Web: americangermanclub.org/oktoberfest


OKTOBERFEST II -- Beer! Bratwurst! Butt-kicking live music! Kids activities! Bavarian beauties! More beer! Two big weekends of fun! 31st annual edition!
When: Oct. 21-23 and 28-30
Where: German-American Social Club, Cape Coral
Web: capecoraloktoberfest.com


5th ANNUAL DOWNTOWN KEY LARGO SONGFEST – A host of elite Nashville songwriters will liven up three stages in a festival that features music in many genres besides country: jazz, blues rock ‘n’ roll and contemporary pop. Music lovers will enjoy hearing the stories behind yesterday’s favorites and today’s popular hits.
When: Oct. 7-9
Where: Various locations in Key Largo
Web: keylargosongfest.com


ARTS & CRAFTS BONANZA – The 2016-17 season kicks into high gear in October with five major fests and fairs in SoFla. You’ll get to see work by some of the finest artists, crafters and photographers in the country – all in beautiful downtown settings with superb shopping, eateries and watering holes. Here’s the lineup: The Falls Festival of the Arts in Miami, Oct.8-9; 19th Annual Lauderdale by the Sea Craft Festival, Oct. 8-9; 17th Annual Downtown Stuart Craft Festival, Oct. 15-16; 29th Annual Las Olas Art Fair in Fort Lauderdale, Oct. 22-23, and the 3rd Annual Delray Beach Marketplace Art & Craft Festival, Oct. 29-30
Web: miamieventsandfestivals.com for the first one and artfestival.com for the others





BIKETOBERFEST – See why 125,000 bikers come roaring into Daytona Beach every year for one of the country’s top bike fests. The three-day continuous party features multiple motorcycle shows and rallies, live music, scenic rides along A1A and other historic roadways, racing at Daytona International Speedway and vendors offering the latest motorcycle models, parts and accessories.
When:  Oct. 13-16
Where: Daytona Beach
Web: daytonabeach.com/biketoberfest


BREWS BY THE BAY – The Florida Aquarium’s annual beer and food festival fundraiser brings some of the best locally crafted beer together with nationally known brews and food and desserts from Tampa Bay area restaurants. Enjoy live music while you wander through the aquarium’s exhibits, closed to the public at night.
When: Oct. 7
Where: The Florida Aquarium, Tampa
Web: flaquarium.org/brews-by-the-bay

– Often confused with the Texas city bearing the same name, this small Florida town has been celebrating this Wild West-ish festival every October since 1967. The 50th promises two full days of country music, cowboy demonstrations, a snake show, gopher races, rides, games, races and food trucks.
When: Oct. 15-16
Where: San Antonio
Web: rattlesnakefestival.com

PLANT CITY BIKE FEST – As the weather drops a few degrees, Florida becomes a biker’s haven and Plant City brings back its bike fest for a 14th year. Along with the usual live music, food and crafting vendors and other activities, the bike show draws some of the most unique rides competing in such categories as Custom, Harley, Vintage, Anything Goes, Trike, Stock, and Bagger.
When: Oct. 1
Where: Downtown Plant City
Web: plantcity.org-bike-fest


FRUITVILLE GROVE’S ANNUAL PUMPKIN FESTIVAL – This outdoor fall festival takes place on a real family owned farm and is a favorite among local families who take part in the free petting zoo and pumpkin photo opps and pay anywhere from $2-7 for various activities such as pony rides, a rock climbing wall and pumpkin painting.
When: Every weekend in October
Where: Fruitville Grove, Sarasota
Web: fruitvillegrove.com


PASCO PET FEST – Bring your pets to this wine tasting fundraiser benefitting several animal rescues and shelters and do some early holiday shopping with vendors selling everything from candles to candies to crocheted items, as well as pet treats and products. Or better yet, come and adopt a new furry friend at the fest.
When: Oct. 1
Where: Florida Estates Winery, Land O’Lakes
Web: pascopetfest.com


SERBFEST – Get a dose of Eastern European culture, as well as tastes of BBQ pork and lamb, cevapcici, raznjici and other traditional Serbian dishes and sweets, while you’re entertained by jovial Kolos and Tambura music and folklore dancing by Orlando’s Serbian Crown Dance Ensemble.
When: Oct. 7-9
Where: St. Petka Orthodox Church, Longwood
Web: serb-fest.com


DAYTONA BLUES FESTIVAL – Victor Wainwright & The WildRoots, Shakura S’Aida and Marcia Ball headline three days of blues music, drawing fans from all over the country. During Saturday’s lineup, your day’s ticket will also get you three 3-ounce samples of Florida craft beer, plus many more samples available for purchase.
When: Oct. 7-9
Where: Jackie Robinson Ballpark, Daytona Beach
Web: daytonabluesfestival.com


MOUNT DORA BICYCLE FESTIVAL – Tandems, hand-cycles, road bikes, mountain bikes, hybrids, cruisers, recumbent bikes – all are welcome to join this celebration of cycling with three days of routes throughout the Mount Dora area. After your ride, hit some of the food trucks waiting in Vendor Village, where you can also shop for bike gear, gifts and other fun stuff.
When: Oct. 7-9
Where: Mount Dora
Web: mountdorabicyclefestival.com


SPACE COAST OKTOBERFEST & MUSIC FESTIVAL – Experience the combination of a traditional Oktoberfest celebration with a modern music festival, complete with steins of beer, bratwurst and other German foods, plus a dozen rock, country and pop bands. It’s also family-friendly with a huge kids’ zone play area and covered tent areas so you can relax in the shade.
When: Oct. 8-9
Where: Palm Bay Regional Park, Palm Bay
Web: spacecoastoktoberfest.com


SCARECROW FESTIVAL – Celebrate fall in Florida by stuffing your own scarecrow, participating in a pumpkin toss, riding a barrel train and petting farm animals. Kids can play carnival games and romp around in a bounce house, and at 1 p.m. a giant pumpkin will drop from a bucket truck, scattering candy and prizes.
When: Oct. 8
Where: Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, Dade City
Web: pioneerfloridamuseum.org


OKTOBERFEST ON THE BEACH – Throw on your bathing suit, slather on the sunscreen and head to Indian Rocks Beach for a good, old fashioned Oktoberfest. Enjoy live music all day at grassy Kolb Park as the kids have fun at Kinderfest and the adults compete in a stein carrying contest and keg throwing competition.
When: Oct. 8
Where: Kolb Park, Indian Rocks Beach
Web: oktoberfestonthebeach.com


WINTER SPRINGS ARTOBERFEST – Set on beautiful Blumberg Boulevard in the upscale neighborhood of Winter Springs, ARToberFEST show not only showcases award-winning pieces from locally and nationally known artists, but also has German food and beer, live entertainment from Europa, a kids’ crafts area and exhibits of student and senior art.
When: Oct. 15-16
Where: Winter Springs Town Center, Winter Springs
Web: wsfota.org

CLAYTON’S CRAB COMPANY 4TH ANNUAL SEAFOOD FESTIVAL – This free, one-day fest features lot of kid-friendly fun, including Panama Pearl's Pirate World Pirate Ship, a Home Depot kids workshop, live reptiles for kids to touch and hold, and face painting. Micah Read and Coco Locos from “American Idol” will perform while guests enjoy a car show, shop with more than 50 vendors from around the state of Florida and buy dishes and treats from some of the best restaurants in Brevard County.
When: Oct. 8
Where: Clayton’s Crab Company, Rockledge
Web: claytonscrabcompany.com


LEGOLAND’S BRICK OR TREAT – Brick or Treat returns bigger and better, bringing back the friendly-not-frightening Halloween fun for kids. Take the little ones trick-or-treating along the Brick or Treat Trail, check out the larger-than-life LEGO models, take part in build activities and a scavenger hunt, see the world's largest LEGO jack-o-lantern, and end the day with a Halloween-themed fireworks show in Pirates' Cove.
When: Every weekend in October, plus Oct. 31 (no fireworks on Oct. 31)
Where: LEGOLAND, Winter Haven
Web: legoland.com/brick-or-treat-event





OKTOBERFEST AT ANHEUSER-BUSCH — Buy a pair of lederhosen for the ultimate Oktoberfest celebration at the Anheuser-Busch plant in Jacksonville, featuring brewery tours, beer sampling, traditional German eats and live music. The TJ Ward Band, Dirty Pete, the Swinging Bavarians and DJ El are a few of the live music acts. The event will also include a brat eating contest, stein-hoisting, barrel rolling and 5K run.
When: Sept. 30 - Oct. 1
Where: Anheuser-Busch, Jacksonville
Web: oktoberfestjacksonville.com

3RD ANNUAL JAZZ, ARTS AND BLUES FESTIVAL — Held in historic Live Oak, Florida, the Jazz, Arts and Blues Festival features an exclusive music lineup and artist exhibits as well as food and beverage vendors. Thousands of music lovers from North Florida and South Georgia gather to enjoy the friendly atmosphere and exquisite arts.
When: Oct. 21 - 22
Where: Live Oak
Web: liveoakjabfest.org

CAVERNS CULTURAL CELEBRATION — Explore one of the Sunshine State’s natural wonders the dry, air-filled, caves which twinkle thanks to the stalactite, stalagmite and soda straw formations while enjoying more than 40 exhibits and living history demonstrations. Check out a Native American camp, see what life was like in the Wild (Wild) West or watch a beekeeper at work. Also includes pony rides, crafts and games.
When: Sept. 30 - Oct. 1
Where: Florida Caverns State Park, Marianna
Web: friendsoffloridacaverns.org


PENSACOLA SEAFOOD FESTIVAL — Sample a variety of mouth-watering seafood dishes and enjoy live entertainment by headliners Smithfield, Old Southern Moonshine Revival and Moon Taxi. A children's area is filled with activities for all ages. The Fiesta Seafood Grille offers cooking demonstrations where you can watch area chefs prepare local delicacies. And if you’re worrying about all that eating you’re going to do, balance things out by participating in the 5K walk/run on Saturday morning. This year’s festival is partnering with Feeding the Gulf Coast and canned goods and non-perishables will be collected to support Hunger Action Month.
When: Sept. 30 - Oct. 2
Where: Seville Square Park, Pensacola
Web: fiestaoffiveflags.org


BLOODY MARY FESTIVAL — The Sunday brunch staple finally gets a well-deserved solo fete. In keeping with when it’s typically consumed, it’s mid-morning event and will feature Emerald Coast mixologists trying to one-up each other with over-the-top creations. Just between us, we do hope at least one features a speared fresh shrimp as garnish. All the drinks will feature Cathead Vodka and for non-Bloody Mary drinkers there will be a mimosa bar (of course), Grayton Beer Company brews and Saturday’s early football games on the TVs.
When: Oct. 1
Where: Sandestin
Web: themarketshops.com


SOUTH WALTON FASHION WEEK — If you eagerly await the arrival of Vogue’s September issue and wish you had Tim Gunn or Rachel Zoe on speed dial, then reserve your VIP tickets now for SWFW. Get ready to make your friends at home jealous when you fill your Instagram feed with fab runway finds from cutting edge Florida and national designers. The event, which also features trunk shows and style seminars, raises funds for the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County. Christian Siriano from “Project Runway” will be judging the emerging designers and hosting a trunk show.
When: Oct. 5-8
Where: Sandestin
Web: swfw.org


PIRATES OF THE HIGH SEAS FEST — Set sail for the long Columbus Day weekend by celebrating a different kind of marauding sea adventurers oh, yes, ahoy mates! With three days of fun lined up, families will be busy as they seek for treasure on a scavenger hunt, prepare for pirate invasions, take photos during the kids parade and ooh and ahh during the fireworks show.
When: Oct. 7-9
Where: Panama City Beach
Web: visitpanamacitybeach.com


CORN MAZE — Sykes and Cooper call their fall spectacular agritainment — combining a nine-acres of “cornfusing” turns in this year’s maze. Other entertainment includes Friday night “Movies Under the Stars,”  a donkey named Jack, hay rides, a cow milking station, duck races and other fall-themed family fun.
When: Oct. 8-30
Where: Sykes and Cooper Farms, Elkton
Web: sycofarms.com


OWL PROWL — Owls are definitely not the first creatures that come to mind in association with Florida. Gators, flamingos, dolphin, yes owls not so much. But here’s a chance to learn more about these resident birds of the night during a guided walk with a St. Johns County Naturalist. Participants are encouraged to bring a flashlight, bug spray and water for this evening walk.
When: Oct. 14
Where: Canopy Shores Park, St. Augustine
Web: st-johns.fl.us/CountyNaturalist


ALLIGATOR WARRIOR FESTIVAL — Fun fact: Lake City was known as Alligator, Fla., in the early 1800s and its most famous resident was the Seminole commander, Alligator Warrior. In addition to celebrating the Native American people who made Florida their original home, this annual fest includes a reenactment of the 1836 battle of San Felasco Hammock, plus music, dancing, living-history camps, traders, craftsmen and food vendors.
When: Oct. 14-16
Where: Lake City
Web: alligatorfest.org


DESIGN WEEK TALLAHASSEE — Visual artists, from students to veteran freelancers, don’t need to travel to a design hub like the Big Apple to get the creative juices flowing thanks to seven days of sessions at the inaugural Design Week Tallahassee. Sessions will either be free or low-cost for all attendees and will feature topics such as UX Design, Illustration, Digital Design, Sign Design and Cartography.
When: Oct. 16-22
Where: Tallahassee
Web: designweektallahassee.com


5TH ANNUAL COUNTRY FRENCH FLEA MARKET — If you love upcycled treasures, handmade jewelry, shabby chic chairs, vintage Euro-inspired accents and local art, then bring your shopping list to the Sweet South Cottage market. More than 150 vendors will be selling items perfect for your home. There will also be free painting demonstrations and fantastic eats at a restored Queen Anne Victorian home.
When: Oct. 21-22
Where: Sweet South Cottage, near Tallahassee
Web: frenchcountryfleamarket.com


1890s FESTIVAL — Turn back time under the live oak trees in Victorian McIntosh with more than 30,000 people who arrive in town for the annual event. More than 280 arts and crafts vendors will host demonstrations by a spoon chime crafter, glassblower and basket weaver; or get a glimpse into the past at the town’s museum in the restored downtown railroad depot. Also: antique vendors; live music featuring Cajun, bluegrass and gospel tunes; plus children’s activities and food.
When: Oct. 22
Where: McIntosh
Web: friendsofmcintosh.org


QUINCY PORCHFEST — It’s like trick-or-treating for adults, except at each house there’s a different musical act performing instead of candy being passed out and you’re encouraged to stick around. Now in its fifth year, Quincy (pop. almost 7,000) will have you rocking and grooving to sweet tunes in the front yards of various homes throughout town.
When: Oct. 22
Where: Quincy
Web: quincyporchfest.com


BELLAMY BRIDGE GHOST WALKS — The restless spirit of Elizabeth Jane Croom Bellamy, who died in 1837, which accounts for numerous eyewitness tales of strange manifestations near the site of the Bellamy Bridge and proximity to Halloween, make late October’s annual Ghost Walks a spooky slam dunk. There are also the legends about a murdered moonshine runner and a headless driver that keep the spiritual lore alive. Reservations for the walks should be available starting in late September.
When: Oct. 28-29
Where: Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail
Web: bellamybridge.org


THE FEST 15 — Only 15 years ago, The Fest was an indie, underground music festival with 60 bands playing four stages. Now, the event is so large that attendees can head south to Ybor City for a two-day Pre-Fest (Oct. 26-27) to reach even more music lovers. This year’s lineup also has added a comedy showcase can professional wrestling.
When: Oct. 28-30
Where: Gainesville, various venues
Web: thefestfl.com


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Looking forward to these events. very exited !!!!
Please keep me updated on upcoming events
Hi Edward,
Thanks for reaching out.
We can’t send you emails as events are added to the calendar, but you can check back around the 11th of each month to see the latest offerings. Also, if you have interest in a particular area, its visitors’ services will often have an events calendar too—with even more offerings.
Why doesn't the VisitFlorida dot com web site allow searches by date and city? Totally lame to view entire state or regional events all at once when they do not correspond to where your resort is located!! ANSWER: Jerry, you make a good point. We're working on it!
Hello, I am traveling out for the biggest car auction in the world Mecum in Kissimmee, and the Rolex Daytona 24 hr race,
they don't seem to be on your things to do in Florida list ?
Hi Gary,
Thanks for reaching out.
There are so many events in Florida – including, as you point out, major ones -- that it’s impossible to list them all on the monthly calendar. If you go to a specific area’s visitors services they’ll have their own list of events which will cover more of them. For instance, Daytona Beach’s visitors’ services event calendar has all the races listed. Check it out: http://www.daytonabeach.com/events/
Sunny regards,
Lauren Tjaden for VISIT FLORIDA
Thank you for these infos! I can't wait for all these festivals! Pompano rocks! I just moved in the Saabia Beach residence by the beach and I love the area. I wish I moved in earlier.
Nice work, can't wait!
Your date for the Miccosukee event is incorrect. This year, the American Indian Day Festival will be held on September 24th, 2016. For future reference, the event always falls on the last Saturday of the month.