Fun – ✓
Music – ✓
Seafood – ✓✓✓ !
Enjoy a weekend full of authentic blues music featuring national and local recording artists served up with a side of fresh, mouth-watering seafood at the annual Clearwater Sea-Blues Festival this weekend, February 22 – 23, 2020. The festival will be on downtown Clearwater’s beautiful waterfront in Coachman Park.
As always, general admission to the Sea-Blues Festival is free, with the option to purchase reserved seating or VIP packages. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Sea-Blues.com.
Artist Lineup Times:
Saturday, Feb. 22
2 p.m. Gates Open
2:15 p.m. Someday Honey
3:15 p.m. Reverend Barry & The Funk
4:15 p.m. RJ Howson
5:30 p.m. Brandon Santini
7 p.m. Southern Avenue
8:45 p.m. Allen Stone
Sunday, Feb. 23
2 p.m. Gates Open
2:15 p.m. The Broadcast
3:15 p.m. Betty Fox Horn Band
4:30 p.m. Heather Gillis
6 p.m. Victor Wainwright & the Train
8 p.m. Tab Benoit
* Times subject to change
Fans entering Coachman Park will go through a metal detector and wand screening process at the gate. Bags will also be subject to search. Please allow yourself time to get through security lines by arriving to the venue early.
Tickets are not necessary to attend the event as general admission is free. If you bought tickets, make sure to have them printed out in order to access the reserved seating, VIP or Captain’s Crewe areas.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to park in the free parking garages in downtown Clearwater. Garages and lots are located at:
28 N. Garden Ave. (Garden Avenue Parking Garage)
220 Pierce St. (Lot)
640 Pierce St. (Municipal Services Building Parking Garage)
112 S. Osceola Ave. (Lot)
123 S. Garden Ave. (Lot)
Acceptable Items: Factory-sealed water bottles, empty water containers, small bags, blankets, palm-size cameras and chairs are allowed into Coachman Park.
Prohibited Items: Pets (except for assistance animals), grills, illegal drugs, weapons, coolers, umbrellas, large bags, fireworks, tents and glass are not allowed into Coachman Park.
Feature photo by Kaleb Nimz on UnSplash