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. Please check individual websites listed for more details:





MIAMI ART WEEK – As always, Art Basel Miami Beach is the centerpiece for what has to be the most amazing week for great art anywhere. At the main hall, 269 leading galleries from all over the world will show work by masters of modern and contemporary art, as well as the new generation of emerging artists.  Ambitious large-scale art works, films and performances become part of the city’s outdoor landscape.  Art Basel is a whirlwind of non-stop revelry with great parties hosted by luxury retailers in the Design District or on rooftops of chic South Beach boutiques. Nightclubs host celebrity-splashed soirees and “pop-up” clubs abound from South Beach to Wynwood. The number of eclectic satellite art fairs keeps growing, with 21 scheduled this year.
When: Dec. 1-4 for Art Basel Miami Beach. Between Nov. 29-Dec.11 for the satellite fairs.
Where: Miami Beach Convention Center and other Miami Beach locations for Art Basel. Various Miami Beach and mainland Miami locations for the satellite fairs.
Web: artbasel.com and miamiandbeaches.com art-basel


LET THERE BE LIGHTS! – Millions and millions of them will light up the South Florida holiday skies and here’s where to see some of the best and the brightest: Santa’s Enchanted Forest at Tropical Park in Miami; Holiday Nights at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers; Festival of Lights at Fisherman’s Village in Punta Gorda, and Symphony of Lights at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale.  You’ll see so much more, too. Examples: Santa’s Enchanted Forest features a 92-foot Christmas tree, 100 carnival rides (from tame to scary!), pony rides and a petting zoo. Holiday Nights will also feature historic decorations, nightly entertainment and river cruises.
When: Respectively – Nov. 3-Jan. 8 for Santa’s Enchanted Forest; Nov. 25-Jan. 1 for Holiday Nights at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates; Nov. 20-Dec. 31 for the Festival of Lights at Fisherman’s Village and Nov. 25-Dec. 31 for the Symphony of Lights at Gulfstream Park.
Web: santasenchantedforest.com, edisonfordwinterestates.org, fishville.com and gulfstreampark.com



SEMINOLE HARD ROCK WINTERFEST BOAT PARADE -- It’s the gold standard of holiday boat parades with the well-deserved nickname of “The Greatest Show on H20.” This year’s Grand Marshall is rapper/SoFla bon vivant Pit Bull.
When: Dec. 10
Where: Downtown Fort Lauderdale to Pompano Beach.
Web: winterfestparade.com
(EDITOR NOTE: Speaking of boat parades, you can’t swing a strand of holiday lights in SoFla without hitting a boat parade in December. Some of the other cities, just to name a few: Fort Myers, Key West, Naples, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Punta Gorda and Boca Raton. Google for dates and times.)



KEY WEST NEW YEAR’S EVE – Anybody can drop a glitter ball and call it a year. Not Key West – no way, no how. Nobody does New Year’s Eve like Key West.  This year’s highlights: Pirate Wench Drop, Giant Shoe Drop and the Conch Shell Drop. It’s all topped with a giant fireworks display.
When: Dec. 31
Where: Key West
Web: fla-keys.com



CAPTIVA HOLIDAY VILLAGE – Joyful sights and sounds will fill the beaches, bays and lanes of this cozy village. Packed with holiday activities for the entire family, this event includes nightly entertainment, tree lightings, Junkanoo Parade, Santa visits, a decorated golf cart parade, musical performances, fireworks and much more.
When: Nov. 25-Dec. 24
Where: Various locations on Captiva Island
Web: captivaholidayvillage.com


FORT LAUDERDALE CHRISTMAS PAGAENT – This celebrated event has been thrilling audiences for decades. It features a festive opening scene with traditional carols, inspirational contemporary songs and a musical drama of the nativity and life of Christ. This year’s rendition features a spectacular snow-filled winter wonderland.
When: Thursdays through Sundays, Dec. 2-16.
Where: First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale
Web: sunny.org


HOLLYWOOD BEACH CANDY CANE PARADE -- Join the fun on the famous Hollywood Broadwalk. The 61sth annual event features marching bands, floats and much more.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Hollywood Beach, Hollywood
Web: visithollywoodfl.org


SANDI LAND: HOLIDAY IN PARADISE – A 35-foot Christmas tree sculpted from 600 tons of sand is the centerpiece of this annual month-long event. She has come to be known as “Sandi” and she is strung with real lights. There are dazzling nightly musical light shows and spectators can “sync with Sandi” using LED snowflakes that bring the audience into the show. Other highlights: Snowie-Ville, where kids and adults can create their own life-size tropical snowman; Holiday FantaSEA, a giant diorama aquarium with a tropical holiday theme, and concerts.
When: Dec. 1-31
Where: On the waterfront in West Palm Beach
Web: wpb.org


ISLAMORADA HOLIDAY FESTIVAL – The 12th edition’s centerpiece is a 35-foot Christmas tree with “magical snow” blowing from its branches. Also: a 30-ton snow mountain, Santa Paws Pet Parade (prizes for best costume and best trick) and contests to choose the Best Baked Goodie, Little Miss Sugar Plum Fairy and Mr. Gingerbread Man.
When: Dec. 2
Where: Founders Park in Islamorada, Mile Marker 87
Web: islamoradachamber.com



WINTER FEST AT NAPLES ZOO – Enjoy winter activities, including animals tearing into colorfully wrapped packages packed with their favorite treats. You can also book a breakfast with Santa.
When: Dec. 16-18
Where: Naples Zoo
Web: napleszoo.org



STEVE PARKER’S TRAFFIC JAM – Highlighting a hot topic in Miami, this event is a quirky and thoughtful project that engages the community to create compositions for an ensemble of cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles and conventional musical instruments.
When: Nov. 30-Dec. 4
Where: Miami Dade College, Miami
Web: mdclivearts.org


PALM BEACH FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL – From specialty Chef Talk panels to gourmet five-course dinners with premium wine pairings, to evening karaoke cocktail gatherings, this gastronomic gala offers an unprecedented collection of talent for this four-day foodie fest.
When: Dec. 8-11
Where: Four Seasons Resort and other locations on the island city of Palm Beach.
Web: pbfoodwinefest.com



KING MANGO STRUT – The 35th Strut parade will bring offbeat, off-the-wall mango mania to a new generation of Mango Heads. Warning: No one and nothing is safe from parody and satire. Nutty characters welcome! After the parade, the King Mango Music Massacre begins with many top local bands participating.
When: Dec. 31
Where: Coconut Grove
Web: kingmangostrut.org


RIPTIDE MUSIC FESTIVAL – What’s your pleasure -- alternative or classic ’80s hits? You can celebrate good times at this two-pronged gathering that showcases both – one day of each. Saturday is alternative day, with AWOLnation, Good Charlotte, Silversun Pickups, The Struts, Motel and many more. ’80s Sunday features Earth, Wind & Fire, the B-52s, Howard Jones, A Flock of Seagulls, Lime, The Fixx and Debbie Deb. Buy a VIP cabana for up to six attendees and get to meet a band of your choice.
When: Dec. 3-4
Where: Fort Lauderdale Beach
Web: riptidefest.com


KURIOS: CABINET OF CURIOSITIES – Cirque du Soleil will re-create its newest fantasy world, featuring clockwork toys, wacky gadgets, old amusement machines, arcades and pianolas.
When: Dec.10-Jan. 8
Where: Big top tent next to Hard Rock Stadium (where the Miami Dolphins play), Miami Gardens
Web: CirqueDuSoleil.com


MICCOSUKEE INDIAN ARTS FESTIVAL – Experience the color and pageantry of costumed Native Americans from all over the country. Featured at the 42nd edition: nonstop entertainment, arts, crafts, music, native goods and more.
When: Dec. 26-Jan. 1
Where: Miccosukee Indian Village, Mile Marker 70, U.S. Highway 41 (Tamiami Trail), Miami
Web: miccosukee.com


WORLD LATIN DANCE CUP – Salsa is alive and kicking at this week-long dance-a-thon. More than a thousand dancers from 35 countries will vie for titles in 70 divisions. Dances include Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba and the Tango.
When: Dec. 11-18
Where: Deauville Beach Resort, Miami Beach
Web: worldlatindancecup.com


BONNET HOUSE ORCHID, GARDEN & GOURMET FOOD FESTIVAL – If you haven’t been to this beautiful historic house, now’s the time. In addition to the unique collection of exotic orchids and plants sold by more than 40 local vendors, also featured will be gourmet food trucks, libations, orchard care lectures, live music and cooking and gardening demonstrations.
When: Dec. 3-4
Where: Bonnet House in Fort Lauderdale
Web: bonnethouse.org


A CRAFTY TRIO – Three arts/craft shows arrive in SoFla in December, featuring exceptional works in ceramics, decorative fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, paper wearable art, wood, painting, photography and sculpture. First up is the Winter Fine Arts Festival in Englewood, followed by the Wilton Manors Holiday Craft Festival and the Delray Marketplace New Year’s Art & Craft Festival.
When: Dec. 3-4 in Englewood, Dec. 17-18 for the Wilton Manors event and Dec. 30-31 the Delray Beach gathering.
Where: Englewood, Wilton Manors, Delray Beach
Web: oldeenglewood.com and artfestival.com for the other two.


ART FORT LAUDERDALE – This event will showcase exclusive exhibits and performances at a number of waterfront properties along the city’s famed waterways. Featured will be paintings, illustrations, sculptures, installations, photographs, films, Native American art, performance arts and art & technology collaborations.
When: Dec. 1-4
Where: Fort Lauderdale
Web: sunny.org





WINTER IN THE PARK FINE ART & CRAFT SHOW – Talented artisans and craftsmen showcase and sell their one-of-a-kind creations, including acrylic paintings, unique sculpture, fascinating photography, interesting wood items and more. Enjoy the free public event under the beautiful oak trees of Riverside Park, right across from the Vero Beach Museum of Arts.
When:  Dec. 10-11
Where: Riverside Park, Vero Beach
Web: huffspromo.com


MOUNT DORA CHRISTMAS WALK & BOAT PARADE – The quaint town of Mount Dora kicks off the Christmas season with a Friday evening street party with shopping and Santa, followed by a Saturday morning Christmas parade and an evening lighted boat parade on Lake Dora in which boat owners compete for the best and most original light show.
When: Dec. 2-3
Where: Downtown Mount Dora
Web: mountdora.com


PLANT CITY BIKE FEST – In its 15th year, the Plant City Bike Fest takes over downtown, filling the streets with every motorcycle model imaginable. Along with live music, food vendors and other activities, see the best bikes competing to win categories such as custom, metric, Harley, vintage, trike, “Anything Goes” and more. Free and fun for families.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Union Station Depot, Plant City
Web: facebook.com/PlantCityBikeFest


CRYSTAL RIVER AND INVERNESS CHRISTMAS PARADES – Citrus County hosts two holiday parades – one along US Highway 19 in Crystal River and one on State Road 44 in Inverness. Crystal River’s night parade starts just after sunset, featuring lighted floats and vehicles, and anyone can participate by dressing in holiday gear. The Inverness parade begins at noon and features marching bands, Santa and elves.
When: Dec. 3 & Dec. 10
Where: Crystal River and Inverness
Web: citruscountychamber.com


HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE & WINE WALK – Arcadia’s many antique and collectibles shops stay open past dusk so people can sip wine, stroll the streets, shop for gifts and have dinner. Experience the small-town charm of one of Central Florida’s rural counties by beginning at the restored Oak Park Inn and traveling down Main Street, meeting shop owners and locals along the way.
When: Dec. 9
Where: Downtown Arcadia
Web: arcadiamainstreet.com



ATOMIC HOLIDAY BAZAAR – Handmade Buddha bracelets, vintage bottle cap magnets, ‘50s-inspired tablecloths, cupcake pillows, African wax print fabrics, natural soaps, skull mugs… this isn’t your grandma’s craft show. It’s a hip array of unique, locally made items, plus a DJ piping funky music through the auditorium, food trucks selling goodies and plenty of coffee to keep you buzzing while you shop.
When: Dec. 10-11
Where: Municipal Auditorium, Sarasota
Web: atomicholidaybazaar.com


THERE’S SNOW PLACE LIKE TARPON SPRINGS – Tarpon Springs, sponge capital of Florida, turns into a winter wonderland for a day, bringing in 20 tons of blown snow, a horse carriage, a DJ playing Christmas music, Santa Claus, dance troupes, a balloon artist and more. Finish the evening with an illuminated boat parade.
When: Dec. 2
Where: Historic Tarpon Springs
Web: ctsfl.us/snow


WINE & CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL – Pair Florida-fermented red and white wines with chocolate treats at this annual event, which is part wine tasting and tours, part arts and crafts show and part concert. Regional blues, jazz and R&B bands entertain while guests mingle about the grounds and do some Christmas shopping.
When: Dec. 10-11
Where: Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards, Clermont
Web: lakeridgewinery.com


SNOW FEST – Billing itself as the only place in Florida offering “daily snowfall,” Sarasota’s signature Snow Fest returns to its new location in Lakewood Ranch. Kids and parents can play in freshly fallen snow and on snow slides, then ride ponies, take photos with Santa, watch live Christmas-themed acts, eat fun festival foods and play games.
When: Dec. 16-18
Where: Premier Sports Campus, Lakewood Ranch
Web: snowfestsarasota.com


JOHN’S PASS JINGLE BELLS KID’S FISHING TOURNAMENT – Enjoy a typical winter Florida day, soaking up some sunshine and watching the kiddos compete in a fun and free fishing tournament off surrounding docks and piers. Bait and light tackle are provided to participants 14 and younger, who compete for prizes while getting a visit from Santa.
When: Dec. 3
Where: John’s Pass Village, Madeira Beach
Web: anglerarmory.com 


CHRISTMAS IN THE WILD – Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo stays open after dark, delighting guests with a festival of sparkling lights, Christmas carolers, live entertainment and demonstrations, and of course, lots of animals. A Christmas Lodge serves holiday treats and refreshments while Santa visits the little ones.
When: Dec. 2-3, 9-10, 16-23 and 26-30
Where: Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa
Web: lowryparkzoo.org


OKEECHOBEE CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL – Start the morning with coffee and baked goods at the arts and crafts market, pet some animals, shop for handmade candles and jewelry and meet the good people of Okeechobee before ended the night at a lighted holiday parade. Bring a camera because there’ll be lots of Christmas card photo ops.
When: Dec. 12
Where: Flagler Parks, Okeechobee
Web: okeechobeemainstreet.org


HILLY HUNDRED – One of Florida’s most popular cycling events, the Hilly Hundred draws riders from all over the state to come participate in a scenic, 100-mile ride around Hernando County. The well-marked course is full of smooth hills and wildlife, but also has several businesses along the way where you can stop to grab a drink or a bite to eat if you’re running out of fuel. End the day with some beers with fellow cyclists.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Brooksville
Web: facebook.com/hilly


ST. PETERSBURG HOLIDAY OF THE ARTS – Looking for a last-minute holiday gift? Check out this outdoor gallery of original and handmade paintings, sculptures, jewelry, ceramics, wearable art, photography, digital art, mixed-media, metalwork, woodworking and more.  Meet the artists, who come from all over Florida and the United States, at this free event.
When: Dec. 17-18
Where: South Straub Park, St. Petersburg
Web: visitstpeteclearwater.com


LEGOLAND CHRISTMAS BRICKTACULAR – LEGOLAND decks its halls with boughs of LEGOS, as well as a 30-foot-tall Christmas tree, Santa and a reindeer and sleigh, all made from the colorful and tiny bricks. Kids can participate in a holiday-themed scavenger hunt, meet life-sized LEGO characters and end the evening with a fireworks display.
When: Dec. 17-18, 24-30
Where: LEGOLAND Florida, Winter Haven
Web: legoland.com-bricktacular




GINGERBREAD EXTRAVAGANZA — This icing and candy-coated spectacle has been wowing wide-eyed children and adults in Jacksonville for 14 years. Jacksonville businesses and private citizens (including kids, of course) let their creative juices flow while they build intricate structures that are an ode to pop culture touchstones (“Star Wars” Death Star), architecture (Empire State Building) and Christmas (a quaint snow-covered cottage). All attendees get to cast a ballot for a people’s choice award winner.
When: Nov. 30 - Dec. 23
Where: Old St. Andrew’s, Jacksonville (Duval)
Web: jaxhistory.org/gingerbread


CIRQUE ITALIA — If Cirque du Soleil’s Vegas spectacular, “O,” traveled around the country with a big top and 35,000-gallon water tank for its stage, then you would have the hybrid circus that is Cirque Italia’s Aquatic Spectacular. This unique show features a moveable water stage, dancing fountains and a Jetski performance paired with traditional circus acts like contortionists and acrobatic trampoline artists.
When: Dec. 1-4
Where: Oaks Mall, Gainesville
Web: cirqueitalia.com


HOLIDAY HOME TOURS — Pound the pavement (for worthy causes, of course) in the historic districts of Fernandina Beach and St Augustine while enjoying festive holiday finery and treats at historic inns and B&Bs. The 2016 Holiday Cookie Tour of Inns features six stops with complimentary carriage rides or trolley service between each; plus participants will take home a recipe card for each venue’s signature treats to inspire their own holiday baking. The next weekend, travel an hour south on A1A to St. Augustine, for their 23rd Annual Bed & Breakfast Tour which pairs iconic B&Bs with local chefs. Each day of the tour will feature different inns and restaurants and a theme of “Christmas Through the Years.”
When: Dec. 2-3 (Fernandina Beach), Dec. 10-11 (St. Augustine) (Nassau and St. Johns)
Where: Fernandina Beach, St. Augustine
Web: ameliamuseum.org, staugustinebandbtour.com


LIGHT UP WILLISTON — Turn back time on a holiday journey to Williston, the gateway to the Nature Coast. The annual fete includes a parade with the 2016 theme being “A Christmas Past.” Also includes a tree lighting, a children’s choir, a reading of the Christmas story and a reading from the Bible.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Williston (Levy)
Web: willistonfl.com


WINTER FESTIVAL & JINGLE BELL RUN — Celebrate 30 years of holiday cheer at the annual Winter Festival. You’ll be hard pressed to hold back your hearty “Ho Ho Ho” during the 3K Jingle Bell Run/Walk, nighttime holiday parade, children’s activities, light ceremony and five stages of live entertainment.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Tallahassee (Leon)
Web: talgov.com


FALL FARM AND CANE FESTIVAL — For three generations, the Dudley family farmed 640 acres. This pioneer farm, established before the Civil War, commemorates Miss Myrtle Dudley’s birthday by grinding harvested sugar cane and boiling it into cane syrup. This is still a 325-acre working farm with 18 restored buildings and a staff that performs chores in period dress.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Dudley Farm Historic State Park, Newberry
Web: friendsofdudleyfarm.org


RAILS TO TRAILS FESTIVAL — Celebrate the conversion of the Sunshine State’s former railroad tracks to biking and hiking trails by hitting the road. Explore the trail on a guided bike ride. Festival goers will also get a chance to explore the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, which extends from Florida through North Carolina as well as enjoy live music, a farmer’s market and home cooking.
When: Dec. 3-4
Where: Armstrong Park, Elkton (St Johns)
Web: seachrc.org


DICKENS ON CENTRE — The Charles Dicken’s classic “A Christmas Carol” has become as synonymous with the most wonderful time of the year as the modern classic “It’s a Wonderful Life,” which makes it a win-win for historic Fernandina Beach when it stages the Victorian-inspired holiday festival. Guests will be able to interact with costumed characters, enjoyed themed entertainment, take the kids to visit with Saint Nick and engage in a little bit of holiday shopping.
When: Dec. 8-22
Where: Fernandina Beach (Nassau)
Web: ameliaisland.com


SOUTHERN PINES BLUES & BBQ FESTIVAL — Get slathered and sauced and enjoy a break from all things merry and bright at this annual event which pairs downhome BBQ with soulful blues. Come hungry as the People’s Choice category features pulled pork in 35 different ways. Participants will be vying for bragging rights and $15,000 in prize money.
When: Dec. 9-10
Where: Perry
Web: southernpinesblues.com


SANTA DROP — Pensacola’s gorgeous powder white sand gives sun lovers a new way to define white Christmas. Then, top it off with Santa jumping from an airplane and parachuting onto the beach. The daylong celebration allows all ages to tell Santa if they’ve been naughty or nice and join in several rounds of carols.
When: Dec. 10
Where: Flora-Bama, Pensacola
Web: florabama.com


HOLIDAY IN CARRABELLE — The twinkling reflection of millions of colorful lights will dance across the surface of the Carrabelle River during the lighted boat parade. Also includes a holiday street festival with live entertainment, holiday treats and other eats, a chance to visit with Santa and fireworks.
When: Dec. 10
Where: Carrabelle
Web: carrabelle.org


THE POSADAS OF OLD ST. AUGUSTINE — Our nation’s oldest city salutes its Spanish roots with the 400-year-old Hispanic Christmas tradition of a night, torch-lit procession through the historic district. People of all ages will be called on to reenact Mary and Joseph’s quest for lodging, or posadas, in Bethlehem.
When: Dec. 17
Where: St. Augustine
Web: floridalivinghistory.org


HISTORIC SUNSET RIVER BOAT CRUISE — Experience Florida as the Paleo-Indians originally viewed it on this ranger-led river boat journey through the treetops along the Wakulla River. Wildlife sightings are de rigeur and explorers can end the night with dinner at the Lodge if desired. Reservations are required.
When: Dec. 17
Where: Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, Wakulla Springs (Wakulla)
Web: floridastateparks.org/Wakulla-Springs


CELEBRATE TWICE — Pop the bubbly, toss the confetti and toast the end of 2016 not once, but twice. This event doesn’t boast a lighted shrimp (Fernandina Beach), a shoe with a drag queen (Key West) or hundreds of bouncing beach ball (Panama City), instead it’s a test of time for people in the Panhandle beach towns of Port St. Joe and Mexico Beach. Fireworks will boom in the sky over Port St. Joe at 10 p.m. (EST). After the first show, jump on the free trolley for the midnight (CST) festivities in Mexico Beach. Families will be able to participate in a scavenger hunt in each city to collect New Year’s themed party favors.
When: Dec. 31
Where: Port St. Joe and Mexico Beach
Web: celebratetwice.com


PENSACOLA PELICAN DROP — Join more than 50,000 revelers who are ready to ring in 2017 with fireworks, live music and restaurants in a family-friendly party zone in which the party culminates when a 14-foot-tall lighted pelican with a 20-foot wingspan drops from its sky-high perch.
When: Dec. 31
Where: Palafox Place, Pensacola
Web: pensacolapelicandrop.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.
You advertise on the link for American Indian Festival in Hollywood FL but it's no where on your page! What's up with that? Please list this if you are going to have it on the search engine!!!! disappointed in visitflorida.com
If you can't post them all at once at least post by month so you can fit them in!!
I want to visit this great Florida
my mother is coming to visit me from dec. 6th thru dec.12th and i am looking for things for us to do during her stay...prefer south florida (including key west) any suggestions please let me know
Impossible to find what you want. Why can't I put in dates to narrow search?