Locals Last Stand @ Watersound Origins
The Watersound Origins community will host 30A’s annual Locals Last Stand party on Sunday, May 19 from 3-7pm. The event will take place on Watersound Origins in Wind Garden Park and will feature live performances by local artists: The Wide Open, Mose Wilson and The Delta Twang and Duck Phat! Come hungry for The Big Red Food Truck and be camera ready for Epic Photo Co.
Enjoy live entertainment in the park all afternoon along with a photo booth and food trucks. Beer and wine will also be available for purchase from the Watersound Café. Guests are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, coolers, picnics and bug spray. Valet parking will also be available. Event is free and open to the public.
South Walton is home to outstanding artists performing on stage throughout the year. Visiting artists from Nashville and across the country can be seen on stages on the Emerald Coast. Do not miss 30A Songwriters Festival, an entire weekend of singers and songwriters in your favorite venues throughout Sowal on MLK holiday in January! SoWal.com Events & Music calendars will have the inside scoop.
The Watersound Origins community, located just three miles from Northwest Florida’s Emerald Coast, offers year-round, vacation-style living. Thoughtfully planned neighborhoods embrace the unique environmental resources of the land at a distinct value. Tucked away amongst nature, three miles from the pristine South Walton beaches and the excitement of Northwest Florida’s Scenic Highway 30A, the Watersound Origins community provides a coastal lifestyle—making it a place for families to connect and grow, as well as a haven for those dreaming of a new chapter in their lives. With access to standout amenities and features such as the Watersound Café, the pool at Village Commons, hiking trails, Origins Golf Course, a fitness center, and a multitude of outdoor activities, the community provides an active, coastal lifestyle. More information can be found on the website at http://watersound.com/.
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