We are always on the lookout for opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in SoWal, and combining art is a win-win!
Update 7/2/20: The CAA is accepting applications for the second round of grants from its Emergency Relief Fund for Artists (ERFA). The Fund was established in April to address the immediate economic needs of local, professional artists who have experienced loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications will be accepted weekly through August 28th through the CAA’s website, and grant awards will be available within one week of approval.
The SoWal town of Alys Beach has a diverse collection of outdoor art and sculpture, placed as an open invitation for a unique experience of beauty and culture. Grab the camera and the kids and seek out each installation along the trails and pedestrian paths leading to parks, fountains, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Stop by the Rosemary Beach Town Administration Building and pick up a map for a walking tour to check out the 2019-2020 edition of the outdoor sculpture exhibit.
The Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation (MKAF) is pleased to announce a new 2020 Concerts in the Village lineup. With the safety and well-being of guests, artists, and staff as a top priority, MKAF asks that concertgoers adhere to the following social distancing measures.
Spring is here and so is one of the most beautiful events of the year!
We have a lot of great spots to catch live music in SoWal, but it's hard to match the atmosphere and intimacy of the REP Theatre main stage in Seaside. Every seat in the house is a good one, there's only 75, which almost gives it a living room atmosphere. Exceptional artists in an intimate setting, with beer & wine served! Be sure to catch a show at The REP before or after dining at one of Seaside's excellent restaurants.
South Walton has something great going on every month of the year, and every weekend. While there are tons of great activities and events all Summer during the busy season, the major festivals are in the off season. That's great for locals and visitors. Temperatures are cooler and rentals and restaurants are less crowded.
The 30A Songwriters Festival returns toSouth Walton January 17-20, 2020, with a stellar group of artists on the schedule.
Headliners represent a range of music genres, including John Prine, Brian Wilson, Indigo Girls, and Tanya Tucker. Wilson will bring his nine-piece band to perform some of his Beach Boys classics, and Prine will have his own band backing him on his much-loved catalog of songs. Meanwhile, Indigo Girls will give a preview of an upcoming studio album and Tucker will fearure the one she recently released, While I’m Livin’.