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Seabreeze Jazz Festival April 20-24

The “Ultimate Weekend of Smooth Jazz" returns to Panama City Beach with an incredible lineup of musicians at Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater next to Pier Park, 15 minutes east of SoWal.

The 23rd annual Seabreeze Jazz Festival is presented by Visit Panama City Beach, and also sponsored by WSBZ 106.3 FM -- The Seabreeze. Organizers of the Seabreeze Jazz Festival are showcasing the top names in contemporary smooth jazz, along with select vocal acts in the pop and classic R n B genre.   

Hilton Sandestin Beach Gala & Golf Weekend March 12

The Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center (ECCAC) is hosting their signature Golf & Gala weekend on March 12 & 13. Purchase your tickets today to reserve your spot at https://cbo.io/tickets/eccac/tickets.

The Gala takes place on Saturday, March 12th at the Hilton Sandestin with a cocktail hour starting at 5 PM. Guests will enjoy great food, signature cocktails and get the chance to bid on lots of fabulous experiences during the live auction, which all goes to benefit every child who visits the center.

Staying Safe at the Beach in South Walton

At SoWal.com, we are committed to helping locals and visitors stay safe while enjoying our beautiful beaches. The beach is such a wonderful place to relax. At the beach, life is beautiful and we slip into a state of mind where we feel comfortable, carefree, and secure. That's what a vacation is all about!

However, the gulf waters can be dangerous and it's important to always put safety first. For detailed information about Beach Safety go here >

DeFuniak Springs Farmer’s Market Begins with Tractor Parade March 19

Main Street DeFuniak Springs will once again kick off its 2022 Farmer’s Market Season with a rare and restored Tractor Parade. Taking place on Saturday, March 19, 2022, on Baldwin Avenue in Downtown DeFuniak Springs, the market will begin at 8:00 a.m., followed by the tractor parade at 10:00 a.m. All vendors and tractors will be onsite until 12:00 p.m.

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