BRADENTON – The De Soto Heritage Festival SeaFood Fest returns this weekend at its new location in Palmetto. '80s rap icon Vanilla Ice will headline the festival, performing Saturday night, while country legend Travis Tritt performs Friday evening. Admission is only $3.00; children 12 and under are free and a portion of admission fees will be donated to both the MOTS (Manasota Operation Troop Support) and ELC (Early Learning Coalition) non profit organizations.
The De Soto Heritage Festival SeaFood Fest is widely recognized as one of Florida’s most outstanding events and is attended by thousands each year. The three-day family event features some of the best seafood around along with other tasty offerings from area restaurants and food vendors.
A great lineup of continuous entertainment on two stages includes the best the local music scene has to offer as well as nationally known recording artists. Area artisans and craft vendors as well as other activities for the whole family round the offerings at the Seafood Fest.
On Sunday, the festival will be sent off by southern rockers Blue Mason Barter, swamp rockers Gator Nate & The Gladezmen, AC/DC tribute band Highway to Hell, local heroes Kettle of Fish, and other musical acts.
Click here for a festival map (including parking).
Click here for the music schedule.
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