Annual Florida Azalea Festival

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Mar 7-8, 2015

Downtown Palatka 32177
Palatka, Florida
2015-03-07 12:00:00 2015-03-08 12:00:00 America/New_York Annual Florida Azalea Festival

The Florida Azalea Festival is held the first full weekend in March in Historic Downtown Palatka, Florida. One of the oldest festivals in Florida, the Florida Azalea Festival was first begun in 1936. It is located along the banks of the beautiful St. Johns River. This event is free for the whole family with live entertainment, arts & crafts vendors, and azaleas in bloom.

Enjoy a glimpse of that southern hospitality you’ve heard so much about! The festival will have food, the Florida Azalea Beauty Pageant, an Antique Automobile Club of America Car Show, a Bowling Tournament, a Shriners’ Parade, and a whole lot more! The festival has changed though the years and now averages 35,000 – 40,000 people over the two days.

More details: https://festivalrooster.com/festivals/annual-florida-azalea-festival/
Historic Downtown Palatka, Florida Sam Deputy at Graphics II (623 St Johns Ave) Phone: 386-312-6266 Email: graphicsiii@bellsouth.net Kathy Griffin at Lady Bug's Gift Shoppe (114 South 2nd Street) Phone: 386-328-7502 Email: kmg15@att.net manager.dpi@comcast.net

Sam Deputy at Graphics II (623 St Johns Ave) Phone: 386-312-6266 Email: graphicsiii@bellsouth.net Kathy Griffin at Lady Bug's Gift Shoppe (114 South 2nd Street) Phone: 386-328-7502 Email: kmg15@att.net

manager.dpi@comcast.net

(386) 328-0909

Palatka, Florida

The Florida Azalea Festival is held the first full weekend in March in Historic Downtown Palatka, Florida. One of the oldest festivals in Florida, the Florida Azalea Festival was first begun in 1936. It is located along the banks of the beautiful St. Johns River. This event is free for the whole family with live entertainment, arts & crafts vendors, and azaleas in bloom.

Enjoy a glimpse of that southern hospitality you’ve heard so much about! The festival will have food, the Florida Azalea Beauty Pageant, an Antique Automobile Club of America Car Show, a Bowling Tournament, a Shriners’ Parade, and a whole lot more! The festival has changed though the years and now averages 35,000 – 40,000 people over the two days.

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